Canyon Lake Enjoy the reflection of a hill country sunset, while gazing into the depths of one of Texas’ most breathtaking water scenes. Fed from the Guadalupe River, Canyon Lake began construction in 1958 by the Army Corp of Engineers, and served as a reservoir to control flooding and water ... » Learn More about Waterfront
Kissing Tree, San Marcos Kissing Tree is built for boomers. Carved into the foothills of the Texas Hill Country, the 55+ community is perfectly placed between Austin and San Antonio in the charming town of San Marcos. Built with a Texas attitude, the 20-acre unique collection of indoor ... » Learn More about Over 55!
Wimberley started as a trading post settlement near Cypress Creek in 1848, the year Hays County was organized. After William Carvin Winters built a gristmill at the site in 1856, it took on the name "Winters' Mill". When the mill was sold in 1864 to the Cude family, its name was changed to "Cude's ... » Learn More about Wimberley
San Marcos is located on the I35 corridor and is the Hays County seat. Founded on the banks of the San Marcos River, the area is thought to be among the oldest continuously inhabited sites in the Americas. San Marcos is home to Texas State University and the Meadows Center for Water and the ... » Learn More about San Marcos
It is also called "The Front Porch of the Texas Hill Country". The first people here were Native Americans and I'll bet you didn't know that Bulverde is named after a type of arrowhead known as the Bulverde Point! Bulverde was settled in 1850 and called "Pieper Settlement", after Anton Pieper. It ... » Learn More about Bulverde