Explore: The Hill Country Trail Region
Enjoy the feel of a 19th-century Fredericksburg —due to excellent preservation and restoration work—while you indulge in shopping, museums, historic walking tours, vineyards, brew pubs, art galleries, and more than 300 bed-and-breakfasts.
The original birthplace of the 36th President of the U.S., a board and batten dog-trot, had no modern conveniences and a bare dirt yard (kept “swept” in the rural fashion of the 19th century). LBJ took pride in the place and, once President,...
February 25, 2017 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Do you like inventing and problem solving? How about being imaginative and creative? Explore how engineers use innovation and imagination and celebrate National Engineers Week at the Science Mill's Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day.
March 10, 2017 (All day) to March 13, 2017 (All day)
The Llano Earth Art Fest (LEAF) is an arts and music festival focusing on natural art. LEAF is also home to the Rockstacking World Championship.
March 18, 2017 (All day)
Come try to catch a Texas born Wild hog! Fun for the entire family from Bacon Bingo and or Arts & Crafts vendors to our Wild Hog catch and Lone Star BBQ Cook off! All proceeds go to Kronkosky Library of Bandera Texas! See y'all there!...
About the Hill Country Trail Region
Our region is a geographically diverse 19-county area that abounds with natural resources—from tranquil lakes and rivers fed by underground springs, to canyons, hills, and roadways hewn from the natural limestone; from lush fields brimming with the fruits of her rich earth, to the plentiful wildlife that roams free. Our region embraces the rich history of our forefathers who struggled to bring the traditions and crafts of their ancestors to a new land. They were full of hopes and dreams and the energy to make them happen. We are fortunate many people labored to preserve that past, and we welcome you as you discover the history, the culture, and the beauty that is the Texas Hill Country Trail Region!
The Hill Country Trail Region works with a variety of organizations to promote heritage travel throughout the region.