Natural Beauty

Immerse yourself in our authentic Texas Hill Country beauty.


Outdoor Adventures

Natural wonders await in Wimberley, where the confluence of Cypress Creek and the Blanco River create a natural wonderland teeming with soaring trees, peaceful hikes and unique outdoor adventures. Protected parks gleam like jewels, while birding, star-gazing and hiking offer the opportunity to embrace your wild side and learn more about the Texas Hill Country’s fascinating natural environment.


Thriving Wildlife

Wimberley’s wildlife reflects a thriving environment that encompasses several different ecosystems. White-tail deer abound and a Mexican free-tail bat colony rivals the more famous one under the Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin. Birders will be rewarded with a diverse array of resident species, including painted buntings, golden-cheeked warblers and a number of raptors. Located along the central North American flyway, Wimberley is a popular stopover during migration season. Far removed from the night-time glare of the big city, the stars in Wimberley are big and bright, making the area a popular destination for star-gazing.


Picturesque Springs

Blue Hole Regional Park and Jacob's Well Natural Area are renowned for both their swimming holes (make reservations to ensure access) as well as their hiking trails and naturalist-led programs. Outdoor explorers also won't want to miss wandering at the EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens, spotting wildlife at the Patsy Glenn Bird Refuge, strolling along the Cypress Creek Nature Trail and climbing Old Baldy for the spectacular views from the top.