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Blue Hole

Dive into the beauty of one of Texas' most beloved natural treasures—the Blue Hole. This regional park boasts 126 beautiful acres with trails, picnic tables, places to swim and much more.  

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Middleton Brewery

Everyone's favorite award-wining Belgian brewery is less than a mile away at the top of Oakwood Loop. Don't forget to bring your dog because they adore pets. 

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Jacob's Well

Another great place to swim nearby is Jacob's Well. It's an artesian spring with access to the Trinity aquifer below it. Year round the water temperature is a constant 68 degrees.

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Gourmet Dining

Both San Marcos and Wimberley are full of delicious dining options. 

Some of our favorites:

Leaning Pear  



Community Pizza

The Root Cellar

Longleaf Bistro

Patio Dolcetto

Pie Society

Creek House Kitchen & Bar


Roughhouse Brewing

Roughhouse Brewing is located literally walking distance from LaLa Park.

Stroll on over for refreshing farm beers and delicious food.  

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Silo Glass

Want to explore your creative side? Why not try your hand at glass fusing. You'll love taking a class or viewing the gallery at the stunning Silo Glass Studio. It's also located on Oakwood Loop!

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The hill country is a treasure trove of antiques! You'll find lots of charming shops in the Wimberley Square and the Quarter.

Wimberley also hosts the oldest outdoor market in the Texas Hill Country and the 2nd-largest in the state.


It features over 475 booths of everything you can't live without on the first Saturday of every month, except Feb and Jan. 

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We are in the heart of Texas' wine country. Spend a relaxing Saturday drinking local wines and enjoying the winding country roads.

Some of our favorites:

Driftwood Winery

Wimberley Valley Winery

Duchman Family Winery



San Marcos is famous for its pristine waters and laid back attitude. There are several places to rent floats and go tubin' down the river.  

Some of our favorites: 

Lions Club Tube Rentals

Don's Fish Camp

Rio Vista Park


See the Texas Hill Country like you've never see it before by ziplining through its treetops. 

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