Bandera

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  • Bandera is well known and respected as the Cowboy Capital of the World.

    Bandera was founded 1852 as a cypress shingle camp, and the site of a Mormon colony established 1854. It is one of the oldest Polish communities in the U.S.

    An authentic Western town, surrounded both by working and guest ranches, the city bills itself as the Cowboy Capital of the World. Rodeos are held at least twice weekly from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Check with the Bandera Convention and Visitors Bureau for the schedule.

    Horseback riding is available, plus swimming in resort pools or clear Hill Country lakes and rivers. Visitors enjoy fine year-round fishing, hunting in seasons for wild turkey and white-tailed deer, camping, hiking, rodeos, horse races, two 18-hole golf courses, and Country/Western dances.

    Minimum development characterizes the Hill Country State Natural Area, a 5,369-acre park in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Primitive camping is permitted in a 20-acre designated site. Horseback riding, backpacking, and hiking are popular activities. It is located on F.M. 1077, at 10600 Bandera Creek Rd, 10 miles west of town.

    Whether you call them Dude or Guest Ranches, Bandera has plenty. Some are rustic. Others are equipped with all the modern conveniences.

    Walking or driving tours of are available. See the original  jail and County Courthouse and some of the oldest buildings in Bandera County along historic Eleventh St. Also, you can watch saddle makers and blacksmiths. You can also tour a working Longhorn ranch. Information on self-guided tours can be picked up at the Bandera Convention and Visitors Bureau.

    Scenic Drives – There are beautiful Hill Country landscapes in almost any direction. Texas Monthly ranks the drive from Medina to Leakey on Ranch-to-Market Road 337 as 18th in an article titled “75 Things We Love About Texas”. Many folks rate this area as the most beautiful drive in Texas.

    Texas 173 North winds through scenic vistas to Camp Verde and Kerrville. Texas 173 South rolls to the southern edge of the hills and enters the lower South Texas Plains. Texas 46 East explores steep-shouldered scenery through community of Pipe Creek to the German-accented town of Boerne. Texas 16 and F.M. 470 West is one of the most dramatic. Blue hills enfold small green valleys threaded by sparkling creeks.

    • Bandera Country Courthouse
    • 11th Street In Bandera
    • Bandera Rodeo
    • Downtown Bandera
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    • Medina River in Bandera
    • Medina River in Bandera TX
    City/AttractionMilesApproximate Drive TimeClick Below for Directions
    Kerrville26 miles29 minDirections
    Hunt38 miles49 minDirections
    Fredericksburg50 miles54 minDirections
    Luckenbach Texas56 miles 1 hr 2 minDirections
    Comfort29 miles31 minDirections
    Boerne25 miles32 minDirections
    Leakey (on the Frio River)50 miles 1 hr 3 minDirections
    Concan (on the Frio River)57 miles1 hr 6 minDirections
    Lost Maples State Natural Area53 miles1 hr 3 minDirections 
    Garner State Park49 miles58 minDirections
    Enchanted Rock State Natural Area66 miles1 hr 15 minDirections
    The Alamo (San Antonio)55 miles1 hr 2 minDirections
    Schlitterbahn (New Braunfels)74 miles1 hr 26 minDirections
    Sea World (San Antonio)41 miles 55 minDirections
    Six Flags Fiesta Texas (San Antonio)(San Antonio)39 miles45 minDirections
    River Walk (San Antonio)55 miles1 hr 1 minDirections
    Lyndon B Johnson State Park & Historic Site64 miles1 hr 8 minDirections
    Hill Country State Natural Area12 miles 20 minDirections
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