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The Weather in Leakey
Check out the climate diagram for Leakey. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Leakey, with temperatures going under 39° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Enjoy America's oldest wines at a vacation rental in Leakey
Cabin rentals in Leakey, Texas, situate you in a region sometimes referred to as the Texan Alps. Set among ranges towering 1,500 to 2,400 feet and marbled by the Frio and Nueces Rivers, your vacation home offers experiences such as whitewater rafting, secluded swimming, and superb fishing – and that's just the beginning.
The roots of Hill Country's revered vines can be traced all the way back to 1662, when Franciscan priests established North America's first winery in the region. In the 1800s, the population, and its viticulture, expanded. Today, Hill Country boasts more than 4,000 acres of vineyard and eight viticulture areas.
Come sample some of Hill Country's fecundity by taking a trip down Wine Road 290. You'll pass Chisholm Trail Winery, Fiesta Winery, and many more. Becker Vineyards, with lavender fields and a historic German stone barn, is one of the state's oldest and third largest – its wine has been served at the White House. Meanwhile Grape Creek Vineyards' Viognier bottles all that's great about Texas: wildflowers, fruit, and honey.
Family excursions in Frio
You and your family will find yourself in a verdant paradise in Leakey. Enjoy wildlife watching, fishing, and boating on the Frio River. Why not grab a kayak and explore the area that way? Winding mountain roads make for superlative family mountain biking, while horseback riding lets you discover more of the area's trails for yourself.
Bring your family to Garner State Park, where you can see an immense variety of wildlife. The Rio Grande wild turkey, Eastern bluebird, and Acadian flycatcher are among the species inhabiting the temperate woods near the river. The sound of the golden-cheeked warbler echoes as you walk through the woodland trails of the park. Look out for migrational sparrows on their way north. Meanwhile, the Frio River is one of the most special places in the state for swimming and floating about.
Wandering in Leakey
Look out for the markers that commemorate the town's namesake, John Leakey. Arriving in Texas in 1847, he was one of the first settlers, and a successful businessman.
The natural world nearby is no less enthralling. As you hike through the 800 acres of Hill Country, look out for the painted bunting, deer, and wild turkeys. You can see more amazing species at Frio Bat Flight Tours. Watch the second-largest population of Mexican bats wheeling in the evening sky.
Why not follow the River Oaks Nature Trail? Historic juniper woodland is wound with trails. As you wander along, look out for the ruby-crowned kinglet, Bewick's wren, and hummingbirds. Come and watch them dance about in the sunshine at the feeders near the trail's main office.
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