The birthplace of John Wayne, Ingram is most known for its gorgeous river views and Hill Country resorts. Located just a few miles west of Kerrville, this small town has the Guadalupe River running through it and the Ingram Dam. With its art studios, galleries, antique shops, boutiques and restaurants there are plenty of activities to keep you busy in this small Hill Country town. For more information about Ingram see our links below. If you are interested in having a home built in Ingram or the surrounding Texas Hill Country, contact owner and home builder Tommy Lipe.
City of Ingram
Information on Ingram’s government and community
Ingram Volunteer Fire Department
Ingram’s volunteer fire fighters
West Kerr County Chamber of Commerce
Information on the business and communities of Hunt, Ingram, and Mountain Home.
Information on Ingram’s public schools including:
Ingram Tom Moore High School
Ingram Middle School
Ingram Elementary School
Private Christian school for K-12
Private Christian school for K3-12
Parks and Entertainment
Large dam in Ingram where people slide down and congregate for river fun.
Art replica of the original Stonehenge.
Hill Country Arts Foundation
Art gallery, theatre, restaurant, and more in this beautiful area.
Historic Old Ingram Loop
Many historic buildings of Ingram as well as lots of shops!
Museum of Western Art
Large museum featuring Western Art.
Louis Hays Park
Playground, interactive fountain, trails, pavilions, picnic areas, and dance stage.