Things to Do in Boerne

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

James Kiehl River Bend Park is a serene 25-acre natural area with grassland, woodland, and riparian habitats. The park gives access to a 1,634 foot stretch of Guadalupe River frontage that was long known only to locals. It is now 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, wildlife viewing and nature study.

Hunting is not permitted. Dogs allowed on leash. No Potable Water - Don't forget to bring water for you and your dog. Conventional and ADA accessible latrines provided.

14492 Old Bandera Rd
Helotes, TX 78023
Phone:
  • (210) 695-8827

Just 30 minutes south of Boerne, Floore’s Country Store is perfect for guests who want to enjoy true Texas flavor without traveling far from town. Floore’s is steeped in Texas and American music history.

It is known in these parts as the “musical birthplace of Willie Nelson” as John T was instrumental in supporting Willie early in his career. In addition to the impressive list of artists who have played the venue, it has had many special guests including John Wayne, who added a pair of his boots to the collection hanging from the rafters.

See a full list of events on their website's calendar!

132 Cravey Rd
P.O. Box 1946
Boerne, TX 78006
Phone:
  • (830) 537-5090

Joshua Creek Ranch is a private hunting ranch that is open through out the year. The hunting season is from October through March, however it is complemented by year-round sporting clays. Texas fly-fishing for rainbow trout is allowed November through May.

Joshua Creek Ranch is is also a great place for rehearsal dinners, engagement parties and other events including corporate conferences are welcome on this charming and unique ranch. Maximum capacity: 50 indoor banquet, 125 outdoor patio.

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

Joshua Springs Park and Preserve has over 400 acres of park land including an enclosed dog park for small and large dogs. There are almost 2 miles of ADA trails for walking, biking, running, hiking that wind through the center of the park with convenient picnic areas nearby. The park offers a stocked pond for catch and release fishing, bird & wildlife observation blinds, restrooms, a playground, covered and uncovered 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.