Inspiration Hill sits just off 290 at the head of the 290 Wine Road. See our special offer for Wine Tour Vouchers and Night on the Town Transportation. New wineries pop up every week, so we will let you explore and just help you with transportation!
Climb the granite dome on the summit trail or hike the perimeter trails for a couple of hours and take in the great views, followed by a stop in town for lunch.
Just four miles down the road,here you’ll find the famous old Post Office, guitar picking, longneck beers, curly fries, cherry limeade, ancient oaks, Grape Creek, and loads of atmosphere - a must!
James Kiehl Riverbend Park
Dip into the rocky Guadalupe under ancient cypress trees in this almost-secret spot.
A great collection of native wildflower and grass seeds, native plants, peach ice cream, beer, wine, and a place to enjoy them all.
Charming Old Main Street makes for perfect girlfriend or couple shopping, easy walking, loads of variety, wine and beer sipping even allowed in plastic while strolling.
Old Tunnel State Park, Nature Trail, Bat Cave
The old railroad ran from San Antonio to Cain City up to the train station, which stood on this property at the bottom of our hill. The old railroad tunnel is now home to thousands of Mexican bats and a state park for viewing in the summer just down Old San Antonio Road.
Pick your own at Marburger Orchard nearby or Studebaker Farm in the summer. They have berries and garden produce too. Call before you go.
Great for a rope swing experience and some dam sliding. Stop in at the Dam Store for supplies.
Canoe and Kayak
Hill Country Outdoor Sports on Live Oak Creek in Lady Bird Johnson Park has supplies for all.
A beauty of a spot when the water conditions are right. Check their website before making the trip.
Clear green water cascading over limestone falls is what makes this beauty of a place. Changes dramatically with rainfall, so check before you go. River swimming, scenic vistas, hiking, and more.
National Museum of the Pacific War
Visit this extraordinary museum and explore this chapter in American History.