311 South Segovia Access Rd
Junction, TX 76849
Phone: (325) 446-2475
Fax: (325) 446-4232
Stonehenge II is a replica of the iconic wonder of the world located in Salisbury, England. This monument was built by Alfred Shepperd and Doug Hill on the former’s private farm in Ingram. The sculptures are about half the height of the original and much lighter in weight. This is because they are made of plaster as opposed to stone. In addition, there are two Easter Island moai statues on this site.
The Presidio San Luis de las Amarillas, built in 1757, now more commonly known as Presidio de San Sabá, is located near Menard Texas and was originally built to protect the Mission Santa Cruz de San Sabá. The presidio provided aid when the Mission was attacked by the Comanche and Wichita people in 1758, and then again participated in the ill-fated retaliatory attack about a year later. The presidio was officially abandoned in 1770. Today, visitors are welcome to tour the ruins of the presidio and enjoy recreation and activities among the beautiful nature that surrounds.
Fort McKavett State Historic Site was established to maintain and preserve the Fort McKavett. The fort played a pivotal role in protecting the settlements based in the Texas frontier area. This site chronicles and presents the entire history of Texas, right from the Early Statehood to Victorian Texas. Here tourists can view military structures that have been restored or simply enjoy the walking trail along the fort. It also has special picnic areas, a gift shop, visitors center and restrooms.
Featuring native plants of the Texas Hill Country, this unique botanical garden showcases over 100 species of trees and shrubs, over 200 species of native wildflowers, and a xeric garden with beautiful cacti and succulents.
Louise Hayes Park is a recreational park on the banks of the Guadalupe River. Expanding over 63 acres (25.4952 hectares), this park features a playground, picnic spots, BBQ pits and tennis courts, open for all to use.
The Union Church is the regular Church for the locals of Kerville, TX. It holds several events like weddings and funerals and wholeheartedly provides its services to the community.
This is one of the best spots in all of Texas to view fall foliage. Situated along the Sabinal River in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, the park is a spectacular mixture of limestone cliffs, dense woodlands, deep canyons and numerous crystal clear streams. Designated as a National Natural Landmark, it is home to the state's largest stand of big tooth maples east of the Guadalupe Mountains. During the fall, the park attracts thousands of visitors who come to view the dazzling display of colors. To be sure, the main draw of the park is the changing of the leaves from mid-October to mid-November. But the park is also popular throughout the rest of the year for camping, fishing and wildlife observation.
This 517-acre park on the Guadalupe River has boating, fishing, hiking, picnicking and camping.
14 Sunday haus cottages with king-size beds, the 5,000 square foot Nature's Spa, fine Farm Haus Bistro, Poet's Haus gift shop, featuring such garden and gift items as glycerin soaps, aroma candles, essential oils, skin products, scrubs and shampoos, colognes and books, and floral, vegetable and herb gardens are just some of what visitors of Fredericksburg Herb Farm can discover.
Established in 1996, this family owned and operated winery is known for their "150th Rose" wine, a basic picnic wine, named after Fredericksburg's 150th anniversary, the release date being on the same day. They are also known for their wine labels that tell about the history of Fredericksburg, along with other historical facts. Join them for Wine 101, and enjoy!
This little stone house is the only totally authentic restoration building in Fredericksburg, down to its lack of electricity and indoor plumbing.
The oldest brewpub in Texas, and have been proclaimed by numerous publications,