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|Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce|
|Excerpt from website: Canyon Lake and the Guadalupe River area host many types of activities and businesses just waiting to welcome you! This Water Recreation Capital of Texas is only 15 minutes from Interstate Highway 35 or from Highway 281, and these two highways are connected by FM 306|
|Canyon Lake Gorge|
Excerpt from website: The Canyon Lake Gorge is open to the public for guided tours only. Each 3-hour tour is led by a volunteer certified Gorge Preservation Society Guide with assistance from trained Docents.
Public and group tours are available to ages 7 and up only. Chaperones are required for ages 7-20: Ages 7-10, one adult for every child, ages 11-15, one adult for every three children and ages 16-20, one adult for every five teens.
|Enchanted Rock State Natural Area|
|Excerpt from website: The massive pink granite dome rising above Central Texas has drawn people for thousands of years. But there’s more at Enchanted Rock State Natural Area than just the dome. The scenery, rock formations and legends are magical, too!|
|Fredericksburg Visitors Bureau|
|Excerpt from website: When you arrive in Fredericksburg and Gillespie County, we invite you to make our Visitor Information Center, conveniently located in the historic downtown district at 302 East Austin Street, just one block off of Main Street, your first stop. Our lovely limestone building is located between North Lincoln and North Washington Streets, across the street from the George H.W. Bush Gallery of the National Museum of the Pacific War.|
|Gruene Historic District|
Gruene is a small town in the New Braunfels area noted for shopping, food, entertainment and refreshments.
See link for detail.
|Central site for tubing, eating and other info.|
|Guadalupe River State Park|
Excerpt from website: With four miles of river frontage, the Guadalupe River takes center stage at the park. Step away from the river to find the more peaceful areas.
On the river, you can swim, fish, tube and canoe. While on land, you can camp, hike, ride mountain bikes or horses, picnic, geocache, and bird watch. We loan fishing gear for use in the park.
Adult: $7 Daily
Child 12 Years and Under: Free
|Hill Country Visitor|
|Local events calendar and sites in the area|
|Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center|
|Excerpt from website: Welcome to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin, where we use native plants to restore and create healthy, beautiful landscapes. We carry out our mission to inspire the conservation of native plants through our gardens, research, education, consulting and outreach programs. In doing so, we improve water quality, provide habitat for wildlife and enhance human health and happiness. Visit, learn and make a better world with us.|
Excerpt from website: President Johnson had a deep attachment for place and heritage. The LBJ Ranch was where he was born, lived, died, and was buried. After the President's death in 1973, Mrs. Johnson continued to live at the Ranch part time until her death in 2007.
Visitors are now able to tour the Ranch at their own pace in their private vehicle with the ability to stop at sites along the way such as the President's birthplace, Johnson family cemetery, and the Johnson's ranch house known as the Texas White House.
|National Museum of the Pacific War|
Home of the Admiral Nimitz Museum featuring exhibits from the war in the pacific.
See the link for additional information.
|Natural Bridge Caverns|
|Amusement park with caves, zip lines and other attractions.|
|Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch|
|Excerpt from website: That’s Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch - one of Texas’ most recognized family entertainment attractions. Meander through 450 acres of rolling hills, creek beds, and magnificent live oak trees, and witness the behavior of over 500 animals from 40 exotic, native and endangered animal species worldwide.|
|New Braunfels Info|
|Events calendar and thigs to do in New Braunfels|
|San Antonio Missions National Historical Park|
|A collections of missions around San Antonio. See website for detail.|
|San Antonio Riverwalk|
Excerpt from website: Walk, shop, dine, and enjoy the hospitality of our world-renowned urban waterway.
Hop aboard a river taxi and discover for yourself why millions visit every year.
See website for detail.
|San Antonio Zoo|
|Excerpt from website: San Antonio Zoo®, operated by San Antonio Zoological Society, is a non-profit organization committed to securing a future for wildlife.|
|Aquarium and amusement park. Please see link for details|
|Six Flags Fiesta Texas|
|This is an amusement park in the Six Flags company located in San Antonio off of I-10. See the link below for additional info.|
Excerpt from website: Today the Alamo is the heart of San Antonio and it is Texas' most visited historic landmark.
Home of the famous 1836 battle and to living history demonstrations and special events throughout the year, the beautiful 300-year-old former Spanish mission turned fortress is open year-round and is free for families, school groups and everyone to visit, experience the battlefield first hand, and "remember the Alamo."
|The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country|
|Excerpt from website: The museum has over 200 dinosaur tracks and 28 separate trackways made approximately 110 million years ago. They are a part of the upper Glen Rose Formation of the early Cretaceoues period. The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country is a multi-acre layout located midway between Startzville and Sattler on FM 2673|
|Wonder World Park|
|This is an amusement park in San Marcos. Please see the web link for more detail.|