Sabinal River

  • Luxury Living. Endless Activities. Unmatched Value. Here, along the banks of the Guadalupe River an exclusive golf oasis awaits. Comanche Trace is a private, 1,300... read more
    0.0 0 Reviews
  • Camping With the Comforts of Home - The Best of Both Worlds Located in beautiful Texas Hill Country, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort Hill Country... read more
    0.0 0 Reviews
  •   Imagine escaping from the real world for a while. Come discover your inner spirit at our newly built Reservation on the Guadalupe! The camp... read more
    0.0 0 Reviews
  • Mike Starks RE/MAX Town & Country If you are looking to buy or sell real estate, it’s best to be well informed and work with... read more
    0.0 0 Reviews
  • Our small group guided Wine Tours provide an intimate, yet social and lighthearted way to see and taste the best that the Texas Hill Country... read more
    0.0 0 Reviews
  • "Out of the Ordinary Vacation Properties" Water Front Properties, Guadalupe River/Lake Dunlap, Historic New Braunfels & Gruene Historic District Guadalupe River Houses strives to provide... read more
    0.0 0 Reviews
  • Richard and Lori Ferris purchased the Original Cowboy Steak House in 1977 and quickly built the RLF brand and the reputation that is now Kerrville’s... read more
    0.0 0 Reviews
  • Our Guest House & Resort Our guest house & resort is located along the majestic Guadalupe River right in the heart of the Texas Hill... read more
    0.0 0 Reviews
    Verified Listing
  • Yogi Bear and friends look forward to welcoming you to Jellystone Park™ Guadalupe River this year! We are set on 65 lush acres along the... read more
    0.0 0 Reviews
  • Sabinal River

    fissure springs

    The Sabinal River rises in fissure springs that flow from great slabs of limestone in the Lost Maples State Natural Area, seven miles north of Vanderpool in northwestern Bandera County. It flows southeast to the Balcones Escarpment, where its course changes to the east and then to the west, and thence to its mouth on the Frio River, ten miles south of Sabinal. The river is sixty miles long. In several places it sinks underground to rise again downstream.

    X
    Google Analytics Alternative