Lasso up your brood and head to the hills. We’re talkin’ Texas with a capital T, where ranches and rodeos will get your brood a-bonding in Hill Country. The sun peeks through leafy overhangs and gleeful shrieks fill the air as the tykes splash in cool spring-fed water at Schumacher’s Crossing. Grab your partner and two-step over to the old-time dancehall to catch some toe-tapping Lone Star ditties. Your smiles will be as wide as the welcoming Guadalupe River Valley.

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Key Features

· 24-Hour Front Desk
· Air Conditioning
· Wi-Fi Internet Access


· 2 Swimming Pools (Outdoor)
· Barbecue Area
· Catch-And-Release Pond
· Fire Pit
· Fitness Center
· Hot Tub (Outdoor)

Before You Go


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Things To See and Do



Boerne is home to four major attractions. The acclaimed Cibolo Nature Center with it’s four distinct eco systems is popular for birding, hiking and exploring. And there are two natural living caves- Cave Without A Name and Cascade Caverns.


Stonehenge II

Originally erected for fun by two locals residents, Stonehenge II is 90% as wide as the original and 60% high. It has recently been relocated to the grounds of the Hill Country Arts Foundation along with two 13-ft. tall Easter Island heads and is well worth a visit.



Founded in 1846 by German immigrants, Fredericksburg has retained much of its German history, with many of the older buildings keeping their original German styles. The town boasts a rich history, — including Fort Martin Scott, Pioneer Museum Complex and the Lyndon B. Johnson State and National Historical Parks — a booming shopping scene, known as Magic Mile (with over 150 shops, including antique retailers, candy shops and boutiques), an ever-growing art scene and an amazing central location to Texas’s blossoming wine industry.