As you make your way northward on Ranch Road 965 out of the Hill Country town of Fredericksburg, you'll soon see a pinkish rock dome rising above the horizon. That's the granite dome of Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, straddling the line between Gillespie and Llano counties. Enchanted Rock towers majestically 425 feet above the rest of the park, and 1,825 feet over sea level overall.
At long last, your hard-earned vacation in the Texas Hill Country is right around the corner! We all look forward to an escape, to some time off just for ourselves, a chance to unplug and clear our minds.
If you travel 11 miles northeast from the Texas Hill Country town of Boerne, near the junction of FM 474 and Kreutzberg Road you'll find the Cave Without a Name. Millions of years in the making, the majesty and mystery of this cave has been inspiring visitors to the area since 1939.
New visitors to the Texas Hill Country have many questions about the region when they contact us, and one of the most common is a simple one: What is there to see and do here? As you peruse our site and the articles within, you'll find there's no shortage of activities and events in our towns, parks, rivers, and various other attractions. However, as a starting point, we suggest to our guests to take a scenic drive or ride through the Hill Country itself.