Main Plaza is in the heart of Boerne and serves as the site of numerous festivals, concerts, car shows, and celebrations. The park is home to the landmark gazebo, numerous shade trees, and a trailhead for the Cibolo Trail.
- Open green space
- Pond and water feature
- Trail access
- Paved sidewalks
- Public restrooms
- WiFi (limited)
Main Plaza hosts numerous events throughout the year and is available for rentals and reservations.
Main Plaza hosts Market Days on the second Saturday and Sunday of every month, with the exception of June and October when it is held at the court house. More than 100 craft booths and food vendors line the plaza for this monthly event. Learn more about Market Days.
The park may be reserved by contacting the Parks and Recreation office by phone at (830) 248-1635 or in person at 1017 Adler Road in Boerne. Uses are primarily intended for nonprofit, nonsectarian organizations for a maximum of 24 hours. Learn more about reservations.
Main Plaza was the first area designated in the City of Boerne to serve as a community park. It was established around 1852 and was known as the Common Area. The area was fenced and utilized by citizens to water horses and livestock while in town. This area was much larger than the remaining park, which is now known as Main Plaza.