An outdoor, or "fresh air", exhibit of public art!
Check out camping, kayaking, canoeing, and tubing rentals for one of the best Guadalupe River experiences available.
The park offers picnic areas with grills, a boat ramp, a fishing pier, a covered pavilion, a playground, a Frisbee golf course, and more!
Walk or bike along the trail system that meanders throughout Boerne. Pick up a map of all the trails at the Boerne Visitors Center!
Enjoy a cave tour through 5 major rooms as well as the on-site gift shop, nature trails, pavilion, and picnic tables!
This living cavern hosts 6 major rooms and boasts monthly concerts in the Queen's Throne Room.
100 acres of Hill Country trails and wilderness provide education, research, entertainment, and outdoor activities!
Diamond C has horses suited to every experience level, so you can thoroughly enjoy your trail ride experience!
If it’s homemade, handmade, or fresh and tasty, get it at the weekly farmers market at the Cibolo!
Swim, fish, tube, and canoe! While on land, take advantage of camping, hiking, bird watching, and more.
60 acres of historically significant land are available for exploration on Saturdays (March-October) during the Farmers Market at the Cibolo.
Your one-stop shop for paddleboard and non-motorized watercraft rentals at Boerne City Lake!
Enjoy fishing, paddling, swimming, and relaxing. The mile-and-a-half of trails are great for fun, exercise, bird watching, wildlife viewing, and nature study!
A premier hunting ranch offering year-round sporting clays, fishing, and more!
This park offers a stocked pond for catch-and-release fishing, observation blinds, a playground, walking trails, and more!
Perfect for small birthday parties and gatherings, this fenced and shaded park is very popular for families with younger children.
This area contains 1,700 feet of Guadalupe River frontage, allowing access to river recreation! There are also three miles of multi-use trails for fun, exercise, and more!
The Plaza serves as the site of numerous festivals, concerts, car shows, and celebrations!
The Old Tunnel Wildlife Management Area is open year-round from sunrise to sunset for general patron use! Bat viewing times are nightly from May through October.
River Road Park is located on the banks of the Cibolo Creek and is a popular location for picnics and fishing.
The Roundup is a full bar, and it is family-friendly. They also have a playground, are pet-friendly, and they host national acts on a regular basis!
Private and group sailing lessons are offered as well as chartered rides.
Veterans Plaza is filled with a variety of trees and sidewalks that lead to the center of the park, where the Veterans War Memorial is located.