Hunt Texas is located in the heart of Texas Hill Country.
Hunt is located at the junction of the north and south forks of the Guadalupe River in the heart of the Texas Hill Country where the rugged limestone hills separate the coastal plain from the Edwards Plateau. It was named for the friend of the founder, Alvie Joy, in 1912. Alvie Joy built the first post office for Hunt residents, who were mostly farmers and shingle makers.
Dating from the 1920’s private camps were built along the banks of the river and still thrive every season.
The Stonehenge II replica was built on the North Fork north of Hunt. In the summer of 2012, Stonehenge II it was moved to the front yard of the Point Theater in nearby Ingram. Stonehenge II is 60 percent as tall as the original and 90 percent as large in circumference. Easter Island-type statues accompany the Stonehenge replica to add an upbeat mood to the art piece.
Enjoy a relaxing drive through the spectacular Texas Hill Country on wide-open roads lined with breath-taking flowers and trees. Relish views only available in the Hill Country. You’ll feel like you’re light years away from a crowded freeway…because you are.
And, you won’t have to pick up and move. No packing and unpacking. You can make yourself at home and still experience a multitude of adventures that are fun for the whole family.
Here are just a few of the possibilities: