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Plan your 4th of July Texas Hill Country Get-a-way

May 31st, 2010 by Lois Mahoney

Celebrating Freedom

Now is the time to plan your 4th of July weekend holiday.  The Village of Wimberley, TX will have many activities to make your vacation a trip to remember.  Celebrate our Nation’s Birthday Texas style and visit the Rodeo happening July 1st – 4th.  Take a chance to see the Hill Country at its finest with Wimberley Market Days July 3rd & 4th.  On Friday July 2nd be sure to enjoy a down home parade and afternoon Jubilee hosted by the charming Village of Wimberley.  To cool of during the hot Texas days you can splash into the Blue Hole or float down the Comal River.  Call now or follow this link to book your Texas Hill Country Get-a-way!

Beat the Heat with Texas Hill Country Swimming

May 25th, 2010 by Lois Mahoney

Rio Vista Dam - San Marcos, TX

Enjoy a wonderful vacation to the Texas Hill Country and remember to bring your swim suit!  There are many rivers, lakes, and swimming holes located minutes from our property.  You can take one of our delicious picnic baskets to-go and enjoy a relaxing day at the San Marcos River, or tube the restful Comal River.  Boat rentals are available at Canyon Lake and the Blue Hole is one of Wimberely’s beloved spots!  Book your reservation today and start relaxing Texas Hill Country Style!!

Blue Hole Wimberley TX

Texas Hill Country Gets Rain!!

September 2nd, 2009 by Lois Mahoney

Texas Hill Country Gets Rain!!

Texas Hill Country Gets Rain!!

After a long and horrifically hot and dry summer, the Texas Hill Country was relieved with three days of evening showers.  This is picture of our front porch during one of the wonderful showers.  The sight was so beautiful and welcoming we had to share this with our guest.  We have a light at the end of the tunnel and fall will soon approach.  Make your reservations for the cooling fall months now so you will be sure to enjoy a peaceful and relaxing trip before the busy Holidays!

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