Get in touch with nature in Kerrville, Texas!

There’s nothing quite like a Texas hill country sunrise or sunset….or for that matter, the hours in between. After months of being bundled up inside next to the hearth, March is the perfect time of year to venture outside and take advantage of the opportunity to experience the newness of springtime in Texas. Here are just some of the things that Kerrville has to offer you when you are looking for something to do on that afternoon or day off.

BirdingWhether you are visiting, or are blessed enough to reside here, the Kerrville area is a bird watcher’s paradise. Kerr and Real counties are the best areas to see all four of these rare and endangered species: the Golden-cheeked Warbler, the Black-capped Vireo, the Green Kingfisher and the Zone-tailed Hawk.

The Guadalupe River is perfect for water sports. Kerrville Kayak & Canoe Rentals offers rentals and sales of outdoor equipment, river guided trips for fly fishing and tube rentals.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABlending cultural history with the area’s natural history, the Riverside Nature Center includes walking paths, a wildflower meadow, butterfly gardens and native plants.

The Y.O. Ranch is a native and exotic ranch that spans 50 square miles. It has fifty-six species of exotic game that can be spotted on guided tours. Call ahead for reservations.

Kerrville River ImageLocated on the Guadalupe River, Kerrville Schreiner Park, a 500+ acre park offers hiking, swimming, fishing, and boating. There are cabins, RV, and tent sites available, as well as showers.

Located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, where sparkling creeks meander through the rugged terrain and rolling hills of the Guadalupe River Valley, Kerrville is a natural place to have a great time.

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About kerrvilletx

Communications and Website Coordinator, Kerrville Convention and Visitors Bureau
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