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The Texas Hill Country is a regionally recognized location that spans from Wimberley, New Braunfels and runs north through Boerne, up to Fredericksburg and beyond; including over a dozen counties. With the abundance of land and property and wide open Texas plains, it has become a haven for ex-city slickers looking to leave behind the ever expanding metropolis of San Antonio and family ranchers hanging onto a way of life away from the hustle and bustle.

Who needs a stadium when there’s a band in the house?  A halftime extravaganza beginning with the ancient rhythms of the world’s first drummers will fly on the wings of time only to be re-invented in the sound and fury of a band of musicians…hence, a new drumline is born! 

Downtown Boerne, Texas becomes a magical destination for 2 weekends after Thanksgiving. Delight in the Snow every hour, music, theater groups, artisans, horse-drawn carriages (a small fee applies), & of course, Santa Claus outside the Little Nature Store! Take the Stocking Stoll on November 23rd and fill your stocking with goodies from participating merchants.  Enjoy the Brothers of the Flame-the popular "Fire Jugglers" will once again return-they will be located nightly in downtown Boerne. The first Annual Wassail Walk will be on November 30 from 5-8pm at participating stores.

The leaves are changing, the air is brisk, there is no better time to take a getaway trip to the Hill Country than the fall. Pack your bags and head to Boerne and set your goals to relax and indulge in a cozy B&B or Inn, stroll the streets and maybe even pick up a few things on your holiday gift list, there are tons of great shops and galleries to get ideas from. Take a road trip through the back roads, visit Lost Maple State Park, or Guadalpe River State Park,  or visit some of our neighboring towns, there's lots to do!

Boerne has been named one of the top 10 small towns in the United States in a new national ranking.

Boerne, about 15 minutes northwest of San Antonio was ranked fourth by, a national website that highlights more than 500 of America’s best places to live and visit.


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