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The Weather in Hill County
Above are the weather conditions for Hill County. In August maximum temperatures go higher than 96°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Hill County, with temperatures going under 35° The rainiest month is May while the driest month is July.
Explore America's wild west from your Texas Hill Country vacation home
The Texas Hill Country, known for its cowboy culture and outdoor attractions is a perfect choice for families visiting the American West. Vacation homes often feature spacious yards, ranch style floor plans, and scenic views.
Texas Hill Country wines
On track to become the next Napa, the Texas Hill Country is an up-and-coming region for wine production. There are over 50 wineries in the area open for tastings and tours. The Texas Wine Trail is an excellent resource for exploring the region.
A visit to Texas Hill Country's wineries makes a great day trip. Expect dining, play areas for children, outdoor activities, and edible souvenirs! The region is also known for its cheese, charcuterie, olives, and fruit.
Outdoor fun for the family
Enchanted Rock is an outstanding destination for hiking, rock climbing, and stargazing. A climb up the pink granite dome this park is famous for will reveal some of the best views in area.
Water sports enthusiasts can visit Lake Whitney State Park famous for boating, fishing, swimming, and water skiing. The park offers guided activities for children and annual fishing tournaments, and best of all kids under 12 years old get in for free.
Texas Hill Country history
No Hill Country vacation is complete without a visit to Bandera, Texas – the cowboy capital of the world. Visitors can take in a day of horseback riding, touring a working ranch, or visiting the Frontier Times Museum. Rodeos are the town's claim to fame, and guests can watch a variety of events including bronco busting, roping, and barrel racing.
Fredericksburg, Texas features a Pioneer Museum complex, the Texas Rangers heritage center, and the Living History Farm where guests can participate in seasonal activities such as canning and sausage making. The downtown area makes a great destination for architecture, authentic German cuisine, and an excellent selection of shops and boutiques.
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