In the heart of the Hill Country directly on top of the Guadalupe River, Kerrville is a beautiful city for both families and retirees. Founded in the mid 1800’s Kerrville was a major trade hub for the early Texas Hill Country settlers. Our homebuilders love working in Kerrville because of the gorgeous scenic river views, laid back community and historic landmarks. Home to the annual Texas State Arts and Crafts Fair, golf courses, art galleries, and museums you will never find yourself running out of activities to do. For more information about Kerrville see our links below.
City of Kerrville
Information on Kerrville’s government and community.
Kerrville Convention and Visitors Bureau
Resources for all things Kerrville. Learn where to go for dining, entertainment, and shopping.
Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library
Public library for the city of Kerrville.
Kerrville Daily Times
Official newspaper of the city of Kerrville.
Information on Kerrville’s public schools including:
Tivy High School
Hill Country High School
Hal Peterson Middle School
BT Wilson 6thGrade
Talley Elementary School
Notre Dame Catholic Elementary School
Private Catholic school for PreK-8
Our lady of the hills Catholic High School
Private Catholic school for 9-12
Private Christian school for K-12
Large well known Texas University
Parks and Entertainment
Louis Hays Park
Playground, interactive fountain, trails, pavilions, picnic areas, and dance stage.
Large park with playground, butterfly garden, camping, fishing, hiking, basketball, sand volleyball, bike trails, and kayaking.
Texas State Arts and Crafts Fair
Large arts and crafts festival along the Guadalupe River.
Rio 10 Cinema
Local movie theatre.
Scott Schreiner Golf Course
Full 18 courses with pro shop.
Riverhill Country Club
Full 18 courses golf country club.
6 lane Olympic size pool with small baby pool as well.
Symphony of the Hills Orchestra
Orchestra featuring over 75 Kerrville musicians.
Museum of Western Art
Large museum featuring Western Art.