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Boerne, TX 78006
Phone:
  • (830) 248-1617

Welcome to Art al Fresco, Boerne’s public art program!  What is Art al Fresco? It is an outdoor, or "fresh air", exhibit of public art.

Boerne’s 1st Annual Art al Fresco Public Art Exhibition will opened to the public on September 19, 2015 . Art al Fresco is an exciting “art on loan” program, created by the City of Boerne and juried by the Public Art Competition Committee.

The sculptures are located throughout our historic downtown—known as Boerne’s Hill Country Mile—and along Boerne’s Trail system, making the discovery of each piece a walkable adventure for visitors and residents.

Help pick "Boerne's Choice" by voting for your favorite sculpture! The artist voted “Boerne’s Choice” will be recognized by the City at the close of the competition.

The sculptures are for sale and the City will have the option to purchase at least one of the sculptures for its permanent collection.

Boerne's Art al Fresco Public Art Competition is sponsored by the City of Boerne and Boerne’s Hill Country Mile in partnership with The Boerne Convention and Visitors Bureau.

This program is the result of years of collaboration between the City of Boerne and the local arts community. Special thanks to everyone involved for your vision and dedication to the arts and Boerne’s quality of life.

City Lake Park
1 City Lake Road
Boerne, TX 78006
Phone:
  • (210) 816-2386

It's a playground on water for the whole family. Climb, slide, jump or lounge... IT'S FLOATIN' FUN!!

BEE Inflatable water park is where all the action is at on Boerne City Lake!
All ages -- BIG FUN!!

 

1 City Lake Rd
Boerne, TX 78006
Phone:
  • (830) 249-9511

Boerne City Lake Park provides a wonderful recreation area for swimming, fishing and non motorized boating. The park has picnic areas with grills next to the lake, a boat ramp and parking lot, courtesy dock, fishing pier, volleyball court, covered pavilion, playground, butterfly garden, bird observation blind, restrooms and a frisbee golf course. Boerne City Lake is about 189 acres. Check out Hill Country Paddle Sports & Bee Inflatable Water Park for additional fun on the water!

524 Adler Street
Across from Curington Elementary School
Boerne, TX 78006
Phone:
  • (830) 249-9511

The Park is approximately 7,500 sq feet featuring a plaza style design. The City worked with the local skating community to get their input on what they would like to see in their Skate Park.  What ended up was a one of a kind streetscape plaza style.

325 Kreutzberg Road
Boerne, TX 78006
Phone:
  • (830) 537-4212

Cave Without A Name is located eleven miles northeast of Boerne. It is a natural, living cavern filled with spectacular formations of Stalactites, Stalagmites, delicate Soda Straws, Cave Drapery, magnificent Flowstones, Rimstone Dams, and more.  Enjoy a tour of the six major rooms in comfort; 66 degrees year-round, easy walkways, brilliant lighting.

140 City Park Rd.
Boerne, TX 78006
Phone:
  • (830) 249-4616

Open to the public since Earth Day 1990, the 100 acres of Hill Country trails and wilderness provides education, research, entertainment and outdoor activities for more than 100,000 visitors a year, while promoting sound stewardship of land, water and wildlife. It is also available for weddings and meetings of 100 to 150 people. Fishing on Cibolo Creek at the Nature Center is catch and release. Hunting is not permitted.

3350 Park Rd. 31
Boerne, TX 78006
Phone:
  • (830) 438-2656

 There are 4 miles of river frontage available for swimming, fishing, tubing, kayaking and canoeing. Hunting is not permitted. The 1,938-acre Guadalupe State Park and the adjoining 2,294-acre Honey Creek State Natural Area comprise more than 4,200 contiguous acres of Hill Country habitat.

Boerne City Lake Park
1 City Lake Rd.
Boerne, TX 78006
Phone:
  • (210) 842-4057

Want to surf the Hill Country? Hill Country Paddle Sports has a great variety of paddleboards & watercraft for rent and purchase. Stop by Boerne City Lake or call to make arrangements for paddleboarding in other locations.

118 River Bend Road
Comfort, TX 78013
Phone:
  • (830) 537-3470

James Kiehl Park gives access to a part of the Guadalupe River that was long known only to locals. It has created an easy take out point for a paddle trip. Enjoy fishing, paddling, swimming and relaxing. The mile and a half of trails are great for fun, exercise, bird watching, wild life viewing and nature study.Hunting is not permitted. Dogs allowed on leash. There is no drinking water. Don't forget to bring water for you and your dog.

716 FM 289
Comfort, TX 78006
Phone:
  • (830) 537-3470

There is a pond stocked with fish, bird blinds, almost 2 miles for walking or running, playgrounds, picnic areas and many undeveloped paths. Dogs are allowed on leash and horses in designated areas. There are large and small pavilions which are available for advanced rental. Additionally, Ring Mountain Event Center is located on the hill top with panoramic views of the scenic countryside. This 3,000 square feet facility will hold 150 people.

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