Your mini travel guide to the Texas Hill Country is filled with fantastic views of rolling hills, granite and limestone rocks, and beautiful running water. Reaching far into the northern portions of San Antonio and the western portions of Austin there is so much to see and do, that it can be overwhelming. That is why we at Hill Country Premier Lodging have created a Mini Travel Guide. So you know what to do, what to bring, and most importantly what luxury cabins in TX you should stay in. It truly is as simple as that. Three steps and you will be wanting to book your vacation to the Texas Hill Country.
What To Do
Your mini travel guide to the Texas Hill Country must include Enchanted Rock. This enormous, pink granite pluton, includes the granite rock and surrounding land that spans the border between Gillespie County and Llano County. Enchanted Rock covers approximately 425 feet above the surrounding terrain to an elevation of 1,825 feet above sea level. It is the largest such pink granite hill in the United States. Perfect for the whole family to explore and see the fantastic sites in the Texas Hill Country.
Jacob’s Well is a popular swimming spot for the locals and tourists. Located northwest of Wimberley, Texas, the cave descends vertically for about 30 feet, then downwards through a series of chambers, finally reaching an average depth of 120 feet. The place to relax and explore the wonders of the Texas Hill Country. The water is deep, so non-swimmers are recommended to wear a life jacket.
Discover the History: The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country is dedicated to the conservation, preservation, and display of materials collected and associated with the natural and cultural history of the Texas Hill Country. It is a multi-acre layout featuring over 200 dinosaur tracks, and 28 separate trackways made approximately 110 million years ago.
What To Bring
Now that you what there is to do; it is important to know what to bring. Do you want to go hiking? Bring hiking boots and a backpack to hold your water bottle, sunscreen, extra layers, snacks, and a mini first aid kit. This way there won’t be anything holding you back from scaling the granite rock.
If you want to do everything that is water, suit up. Bring a swimsuit that you are comfortable in and can handle any activity from swimming to water sports. Sandals are helpful when swimming for a secure grip and easy to go from water to land and a beach towel to dry off with. If you want to explore the towns, bring comfy shoes to put some miles on while you shop till you drop or explore the historic sites. Don’t worry if you forget something because there are plenty of shops for your wants and needs.
Where To Stay
Finally, whether you are staying in Wimberley Texas and driving to the amazing sites, or staying in one place and doing everything that town has to offer. We offer beautiful vacation homes all over the Texas Hill Country with great amenities from pools to hot tubs to pet-friendly homes. With fully equipped kitchens there is no need to pack up everything but the kitchen sink. We provide sheets for every bed, towels for all bathrooms, and kitchen linens. All you truly have to bring are your clothes for all the fun activities the Texas Hill Country has to offer. Call today, 512-847-7460, to make your Texas Hill Country vacation a reality!