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Sabinal River

FISSURE SPRINGS

FIND GREAT PLACES TO STAY, EAT, PLAY & MORE IN THE SABINAL RIVER AREA

The Sabinal River supports a number of recreational areas in the Texas Hill Country

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.

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