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“Once you’ve found Wimberley,

you’ll discover why it’s called

“a little bit of heaven.”

There are no major highways running through town and being

far away from the hustle and bustle of the big city is one of the

reasons people love it here. Although Wimberley is very accessible

to Austin and San Antonio and only three hours from Houston, it’s

tucked away in the rolling hills of the beautiful Texas Hill Country.

Cross the Blanco River and the beautiful Cypress Creek and you’ll

understand that you have escaped for a while – maybe for a lifetime.

If you’re a first-timer or a life-timer, you are always invited to

a warm welcome at the Wimberley Valley Visitor Center where

generous and Texas-friendly volunteers will greet you with a smile.

A wealth of information on places to see, things to do, where to

eat and where to stay is available at the center. Drop by, rest in our

beautiful art-filled lobby and chat with those who love to share their

love of Wimberley. The Visitor Center located conveniently at

14100 Ranch Road 12. It is open Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to

4 p.m. and on Sundays 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The center is also home to

the Wimberley Valley Chamber of Commerce. The Visitor Center

can be reached at (512) 847-2201 or online at

www.wimberley.org.

The Wimberley Way Bootiful Mural is located at 13911 Ranch Road

12 on the side of the Wimberley Way ice cream and gift shop near the

Wimberley Square. It was painted by Denice Calley in 2015. Her art can

be found at

www.denicecalley.com. Th

e photo of the mural was taken

by photographer Clay E. Ewing. His photography can be found at

www. clayewing.photodeck.com.

DROP BY THE

VISITOR CENTER

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2017

WIMBERLEY SPRING & SUMMER

GUIDE