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Cowboy capital of the world

We love the Wild West atmosphere that still pervades in Bandera's rustic architecture. The cowboy capital of the world offers dude ranches tucked away in the hills while the local honky tonk spouts lively country music in town. Set amid ruggedly beautiful landscape, Bandera is a slice of a bygone era. Enjoy the collection of old west, pioneer, and Indian artefacts at the Frontier Museum, including shrunken heads and Indian arrowheads.

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Highlights of Bandera

The Bandera Breakfast Run

The Bandera Breakfast Run began sometime in the 1960s, when owners of Harleys, Nortons, and Triumphs met at the petrol station on Bandera Road and headed up into the Hill Country for a motorcycle ride. Every Sunday since then, a large group of motor bikers meet and head northwest for an unofficial group ride to the scenic Edwards Plateau region of Texas, where the mountains are covered with ancient maples, oaks, and cypress trees, and the pavement is a black-topped ribbon of roller-coaster asphalt.

Bandera City Park

This city park is situated on the banks of the Medina River in central Bandera. The park offers picnic areas with barbecue pits, fishing, and river swimming below a canopy of cypress trees. The river is also popular as a starting point for kayaking trips.

Hill Country State Natural Area

Hill Country State Natural Area is tucked away in rugged terrain just 12 miles southwest of Bandera. 40 miles of trails wind up steep, limestone hills, through grassy valleys, and across spring-fed streams. This recreational area is the setting for camping, backpacking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and hiking, as well as swimming and fishing.

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Excursions in and around Bandera

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