Lost Maples Park
You may know Lost Maples for its fall color, but it is spectacular year-round.
Garner State Park
Fun traditions and beautiful scenery bring visitors back time after time.
Frio Bat Flight
Second largest bat population in the world open to the public.
Lost Maples Winery
at Polvadeau Vineyards, LLC. Stop in, relax, enjoy some wine.
Bandera - Cowboy Capital
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Frontier Times Museum
The only public museum in Bandera County has amazed visitors for 80 years
Bandera Natural History Museum
Replicas of Dinosaurs, Ice Age animals, and educational play stations
Lone Star Motorcycle Museum
We display a wonderful collection of machines from around the world
Additional links to areas of interest
- Utopia Golf Course
- Concan Country Club Golf course and restaurant
- Hill Country Adentures nature tours
- Hill Country State Natural Area
- Utopia Public Library
- Real County Historical Museum
- Real County Public Library
- Lost Maples Cafe, Utopia
- The Laurel Tree, Utopia, Reservations only, open Saturday
- Mill Creek Café, Leakey
- The Friends Grill, Leakey
- Mama Chole’s Mexican Restaurant, Leakey
- Bent Rim Grill, Leakey
- Buckhorn Bar & Grill, Leakey, Food and Live Music
- Mac and Ernie's Roadside Eatery, Tarpley, open weekends and Fridays
- House Pasture Restaurant and Live Music Venue, Concan
- Neal’s Café, Concan
Other things to do
Market Square Antiques with Tea Room (in Uvalde) – over 30 antique dealers under one roof.
Memorial Park (in Uvalde) – municipal golf course and lighted tennis courts (open to the public).
Shopping in Fredericksburg – an hour and a half drive.
Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino – an hour and a half drive.
Swimming, tubing & snorkeling – in the clean, crystal-clear Frio River.
Tube rentals & shuttle - Andy's on River Road
Fishing for catfish, perch or bass – the water is so clear you can actually see the fish you're after.
Amistad National Recreation Area – consists of the US portion of the International Amistad Reservoir, best known for excellent water-based recreation, camping, hiking, rock art viewing, and its rich cultural history. Amistad is also home to a wide variety of plant and animal life above and below the water.
Bird watching – The Audubon Society rates this area as one of the best bird watching areas in the United States.
3 Sisters Scenic drive , bicycling – "top of the mountain" views, hairpin curves and deep canyons cut by the Frio and Sabinal Rivers make the east and west route of FM 337 one of the most breathtaking in the Texas Hill Country.
Horseback riding & hayrides – Elm Creek Stables (830) 232-5365
Rock and fossil hunting – search for evidence of prehistoric sea life or enjoy the simple pleasure of skipping rocks.