Guadalupe River State Park
This expansive park is a short drive east from Boerne on State Highway 46. With more than 3 square miles along the Guadalupe River, visitors come here to swim, but the park is more than a great swimming hole. On the river, you can swim, fish, tube, and canoe. On land, there are camp grounds, hike and bike trails, bird watching and much more.
City Lake Park
A short drive from The Treehouse, Boerne City Lake offers a peaceful escape for family recreation. The park is equipped with a boat ramp, ample parking, trails, large expansive fields, a fishing pier, grills, a blind for bird observation, Frisbee Golf, restrooms, and much more!
River Road Park
This beautiful city park runs along River Road (Highway 46) and borders the Cibolo Creek. The park, with its winding trail, fishing spots, and park benches, is an easy walk from The Treehouse Wedding Venue
Cibolo Nature Center & Farm
This 100-acre nature preserve is located along the banks of the Cibolo Creek and within the city limits of Boerne. Across the Cibolo from the Nature Center is The Farm located on what once was the Herff Ranch, established in 1852 by pioneer surgeon Dr. Ferdinand Herff.
Agriculture Heritage Center
At the entrance to City Park, this venerable local park pays tribute to the State’s farming history with vintage farm equipment, special exhibits and seasonal events.
This cave is a geologically, historically, and biologically important limestone solutional cave three miles south of Boerne.
Cave Without A Name
This National Natural Landmark, is a limestone solutional cave in the Texas Hill Country just minutes from Boerne.
Old Tunnel State Park
Old Tunnel State Park is a railroad tunnel of the old Fredericksburg and Northern Railway, which ceased operations in 1942. Today, the park is home to one of the world’s largest populations of the Mexican Freetail Bat. Managed by the State Parks and Wildlife Department, tours are available throughout the year.
Boerne is only 30 miles from the Alamo! Moreover, Boerne is a hub to country roads that connect historic Texas locations. Places like Comfort, Fredericksburg, Kerrville, Blanco, New Braunfels, Johnson City, Marble Falls, to name a few, are a short drive into the spectacular Texas Hill Country.
Throughout the year, Boerne is home to family events grounded in tradition. Events like the Holiday Season’s Weihnachts Fest Parade, Berges Fest on Father’s Day weekend, Labor Day’s Kendall County Fair, the Hill Country Rod Run, antique shows, Abendkonzerte on Main Plaza featuring America’s oldest continuously active German Band, and much more.