Utopia offers a wide range of outdoor activities including swimming, tubing, horseback riding, hunting, hiking, cycling, and birding.
Utopia, a small Texas Hill Country community, was settled in the early 1850s in northeast Uvalde County.
It is on the crystal-clear waters of the Sabinal River among rugged canyons shaded by Bald Cypress, live oak, and pecan trees, only 12 miles south of Lost Maples State Natural Area. Utopia offers a wide range of outdoor activities including swimming, tubing, horseback riding, hunting, hiking, cycling, and birding.
You”ll love the scenic drives. Rolling hills spilling into secluded valleys make the Utopia area popular. Explore the Sabinal River Canyon along R.R. 187, F.M. 1050, and Texas 337.
The Sabinal Canyon Museum exhibits pioneer farm implements and household items, Indian artifacts, geological exhibits, including fossils and minerals from the Sabinal River Canyon. There is also a World War II exhibit. Call 830-966-3747 in Utopia, Texas for information.