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Road Trippn' from BoerneWe know you love Boerne, and want to see and do all that we have here. Once you have finished exploring our community we encourage you to visit some of our Texas Hill Country neighbors. Boerne is the Hub of the Hill Country so call us home base while you explore additional communities in the area that also have fabulous offerings.

259 Brantley's Bistro- BoerneWho wouldn’t want to wow their guests with a favorite appetizer from a favorite local restaurant? Chef Brantley has let the cat out of the bag and shared the recipe for their Baked Salami Chips with Bread & Butter Texas Jalapeño Dip with us and we are passing it along to you.

Dienger Trading Co. - BoerneOne of my favorite things about Boerne is how easy it is. At 30 miles west of San Antonio, it’s conveniently located in the Texas Hill County along I-10 and at the end of Highway 46, plus the city’s walkability is ideal for out-of-town visitors.

Boerne "The Key to the Hills"How could we not share such a treasure! While digging in old files left by my predecessor (thanks Wendy!). I found this historical gem promoting Boerne, the “Key to the Hills”, encouraging people to relocate and move to Boerne. We giggle now because our charming community is no longer a well-kept secret and we have plenty of residents to support our community.

Relaxed Romance in Boerne- Fine ArtA weekend of fine art, dining and shopping: Small town charm? Check. Fine dining and specialty shops? Check. Two checks later and my husband and I were raising our wine glasses. The toast was to Texas Hill Country’s answer to our prayers for the perfect weekend getaway.

I kayak. That being said, I’ve only kayaked for about a year and a bit, so I’m certainly not an expert. I won’t go anywhere I think I might be in danger, and there have been times where I thought I was in danger, where everyone else thought it was fine and I was a silly goose.

Many of the churches in Boerne today began with a handful of individuals who met in various locations throughout the area. Despite the emotional climate, religion still found a way to exist in Boerne in the early days.

"Firsts" and other interesting facts about Boerne that many long term residents may not even know!

1: The first Polo game in the U.S. was played in Boerne in the early 1870s on a field on Upper Balcones Rd- Brought by the English.

Boerne is the ideal “hub” during a visit to the Texas Hill Country because of its convenience to major airports, as well as the short distance to many other historic Texas towns. With the gorgeous summer and fall weather and a sunset that paints the Texas sky a vivid hue of orange, some people decide that they never want to leave! But if you are the adventurous type, here are some great day trip ideas.

Looking to go Ghost Hunting in Boerne? Here are a few locations that you COULD possibly run into a a past resident if you played your cards right!

The Dienger Building - 210 N. Main St. The Dienger Building

Joseph and Ida Dienger

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