About Boerne

Wild Bill statue at Main Plaza photographed by Mark Holly

Boerne at a Glance

Boerne (pronounced “Bernie”) is only a few minutes north of San Antonio, off Interstate 10. The delightful small-town ambiance enlivens the spirit and warms the heart.

  • Population: 14,725 (2016)
  • Land Area: 5.82 Square Miles
  • Settled in 1849 by German Immigrants

Boerne History

Over 150 years ago, German immigrants first settled this land near the cool waters of the Cibolo Creek. Today, more than 140 historic structures remain in Boerne. Learn more about the town's history.

We are The Hill Country Hub

Boerne is centrally located to some of the most sought-after destinations in the Texas Hill Country.

  • 25 min from San Antonio
  • 20 min from Comfort
  • 45 min from Fredericksburg
  • 35 min from Kerrville
  • 1 hour to New Braunfels
  • 1 hour and 20 min to San Marcos

Boerne Weather

Boerne, Texas, gets 34 inches of rain per year. The US average is 37.
Snowfall is 1 inch. The average US city gets 25 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 76. Read more about Boerne's climate.

Climate MeasurementBoerne Annual AverageUnited States Annual Average
Rainfall (inches)34.336.5
Snowfall (inches)0.925
Precipitation Days76100
Sunny Days228205
Average July High Temperature93 Fahrenheit86.5 Fahrenheit
Average January Low Temperature36.6 Fahrenheit20.5 Fahrenheit
Comfort Index (higher = better)2944
UV Index6.14.3
Elevation1,403 feet1,443 feet
Annual climate data for Boerne vs. United States on average.