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The Texas Hill Country is one of the most scenic and unique areas of Texas with rolling hills, rugged terrain, forests, plains, and a diverse range of fauna. The Texas Hill Country has got to be the best place to have fun, enjoy the natural and man made attractions, listen to Texas country music, enjoy the lakes and rivers, and retire!  You'll find a wide variety of fun cities to explore - from Bandera- the Cowboy Capital of Texas to the Tourist Capital of Texas (San Antonio) to the Live Music Capital of the Universe (Austin). Most of the Hill Country cities have their own unique heritage, attractions, and culture and offer a wide variety of fun things to experience.



Largemouth bass are always a favorite of many anglers. Smallmouth bass can be found around rocky outcrops. The hybrid striped bass population is currently very good in the reservoir, with many keeper-sized fish ready to strike. Quality white bass are present in small numbers and can be caught using small spoons or shad imitating jigs off open water points. There are also good numbers of sizable channel and blue catfish in the 2-5 pound range with a few much bigger.  ​*Per the Texas Parks & Wildlife Fishing Report for Medina Lake webpage: ​



The Texas Hill Country  is one of the most popular and most beautiful riding areas in the country.  Scenic highways and back roads curve around mountain sides with deep gullies, sharp turns and picturesque scenery, especially when the wildflowers bloom in the Spring.  The Hill Country is a biker-friendly community with many memorable rides including:  The Good Ol' Texas loop, The Gruene-Fredericksburg-Bandera Loop and Twisted Sisters.



The public boat ramp at the Bandera County Park at Medina Lake allows visitors to launch their boat or other water toys.  The park also has a swimming area, picnic tables, and restrooms. For hours of operation, fees and rules & regulations:

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