One of the best hunting areas for white tail and exotics.
Owned and operated by Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife Department. Free self-guided car tours, maps available at front gate, native wildlife species, birds, wildlife management education. Open year round, except closed for Special Permit hunts. For more information, call 830-238-4483.
Located on Highway 27 with the entrance between Wells Fargo and Edward Jones Building. The park offers a playground, access to the Guadalupe River, walking path and a pavilion.
There are many areas to view species of birds. Call your birding associations for organized scheduled tours for access to private ranches or Kerr Wildlife Management Area 830-238-4483, located 18 miles west of Ingram on Highway 1340.
Ingram Dam - put your boat in 1/2 mile west of the dam on Highway 39. Also Johnson Creek Bridge on Highway 39, or Indian Creek Crossing, just off Old Ingram Loop.
Variety of shops including silversmith shop, art galleries, antiques, trading post, lamps & shades, home decor, jewelry. Just park and walk the shops and wander. Call 830-367-4322 for specific informati
Indoor/Outdoor productions, summer youth programs, art exhibitions, art workshops. For more information call: 830-367-5121.
Located on the grounds of the Point Theater & Hill Country Arts Foundation. Read about the men who built the replica and walk the grounds of HCAF for arts & culture.
Tell the history of area ranching, shingle making, Dowdy Indian massacre, old town. Located on the walls of the TJ Moore Lumber in the heart of downtown Ingram (both sides on Highway 39 and Highway 27)
Ingram Dam, the rope swing at Hunt crossing and Schumachers Crossing are great public places on the river to beat the summer heat.
Call 830-367-4322 for additional information.