7A Ranch Resort

333 Wayside Drive, Wimberley, Texas, United States | Campground
 

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Shop Till You Drop Texas Style

A travel blog entry by 2texastravelers

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... there's also a number of nice boutiques, specially stores and wine tasting shops.

Scenic Cypress Creek winds through town before it empties into the Blanco River within Wimberley's city limits. The spring fed creek was the reason a grist mill was built here in 1856 and operated until 1925.

Nearby Canyon Lake is a popular Central Texas recreation and ...

Texas Hill Country

A travel blog entry by ahartry

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... 8211; but most were of bronze. My favorite bronze piece, along Congress, near the hotel, is of a woman who, when she learned that Sam Houston’s men were planning to steal the state archives and move the capital to Houston, fired the town cannon, alerting the population, which came to stop Houston’s men. I love so much about this story: the fact that either a cannon sitting loaded and primed or that she knew how to load and fire it. I love ...

Keep Austin Weird

A travel blog entry by liamandkelsey

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... at narwhals. Kelsey also yelled expecto patronum (did I get that right?) at a large statue of an elk. That's pretty weird too. We walked up and down the SoCo district - south Congress - for a good couple of hours, making sure we stopped in all the quasi-famous Austin digs; Lucy in Disguise, Monkey See Monkey Do, Allen's Boots, and Parts & Labour. We also made a brief detour on our way back north, heading off SoCo to a little food truck called Gordough's Donuts - a food truck ...

A lazy river kinda day :)

A travel blog entry by sdunat

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... I pulled him out for a few snapshots, everyone around me started staring at me like I was nuts. Now, I don't understand why... What's wrong with a 30-something girl traveling around with a gnome?? Get a life, people!!!!!!!

The park is HUGE and we only saw a sliver of it. The rides we chose started in one place and let you off about a 20 minute walk away from where you started. We rode a few lazy rivers, ...

Susie-Q on Bar-B-Q

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... the lake, the original "on the hill." With sunset coming on, I drove out to Bee Cave Road, yes, I wanted barbecue with a view. "Our homemade bread is worth the price" the menu boasts, though complimentary bread comes with your meal. The homemade stuff is OMG, soft, fragrant, and such a loaf of it you have to take some home. Known for beef brisket, that's what I tried, extra sauce, potato ...

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This campground, located on 333 Wayside Drive, Wimberley, is near Wimberley Glass Works, Corral Theatre, and Central Texas Bonsai Exhibit at Jade Gardens.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good