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Natural Bridge Caverns

Just a few minutes northeast of San Antonio lies a geological wonder that attracts tourists from around the globe. Natural Bridge Caverns, designated both a U.S. Natural Landmark as well as a Texas Historic Site, contains some of the most phenomenal cave formations in the country. Giant stalactites resembling enormous chandeliers and stalagmites that look like fried eggs are just a few of the more than 10,000 formations contained within this living cave. Special rates are available for groups of 25 or more.

Guadalupe River State Park

Lined by a network of trails, the Guadalupe River State Park is a marvelous retreat that sits along the banks of the Guadalupe River. The rippling water of the river reflects the surrounding rock formations and colorful vegetation, making it appear as though painted in a collage of colors. Extending over four miles (6.5 kilometers) of this tranquil river, the park offers an uninterrupted swimming experience for those who are fond of the sport. Aside from that, activities like canoeing and fishing are also popular among visitors. The park is known to be an excellent spot for bird-watching with an opportunity to spot even the occasional rare golden-cheeked warbler. There are also ample campsites, liked by a network of trails, for those seeking to spend the night in the midst of nature.

Gruene Hall

Only about a 30-minute drive from downtown San Antonio, this hall's tiny stage has hosted more legendary musicians than you'd think possible. It is also not uncommon to encounter a film crew using the historic hall as a backdrop for a major motion picture or music video. The hall is basic, with its wooden floor, long bar, and cold beer, but it is also authentic. The building was constructed in the late 1880s as the social center of a small cotton farming community. In the 1970s it was saved from sure destruction by its current owners, and it has since become an institution in Texas music. Past performers have included Jerry Jeff Walker, Willie Nelson, Kelly Willis, Marty Stuart, Joe Ely and many, many more.

Gruene General Store

Gruene General Store started as a small store for the sharecroppers who worked on Henry Gruene's land in the 20th Century. As the town lost its population over the years, the store lay forgotten in a corner until the 1980s, when it was restored as a souvenir shop. Today, it is home to an array of Texan treasures. When in town, visit the store to explore colorful paraphernalia such as local handicraft products, interesting souvenirs and memorabilia, old advertisement signs, Texan music collections, and other knickknacks. You can also try and take home their delicious gourmet coffee, jams, peanut butter, fudge, and other treats. Featuring historic wall paintings and antique wooden décor, Gruene General Store is an unmissable hidden gem.

Old Gruene Water Tower

This old steel tower stands at a height of 100 feet (30.48 meters), towering above Gruene's quaint historic district. Serving as an unmissable attraction of this once-booming cotton industry town, the tower was built in the early 1920s under the guidance of H.D. Gruene, to meet the water supply demands of irrigation and local industries. The famous dent on its roof was created as a result of a crane that was being used to demolish the tower due to a legal dispute. Today, the Old Gruene Water Tower forms the defining landmark of Gruene's old heritage.

Blue Hole Regional Park

Blue Hole Regional Park is a stretch of lush green forest in the city of Wimberley. This 126-acre (50.9 hectare) park is a great place to seek a moment of serenity, with just the soothing sounds of leaves rustling in the breeze and chirping birds. Peppered with a number of meandering trails that lead through the forest, this is a great place for a peaceful walk through the woods. Its vast stretches of shaded lawns make perfect picnic spots. Beat the summer heat with a refreshing dip in the swimming area in the park. Certain sections of the park can also be rented for private events.

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