What Can You Expect When You Visit Boerne TX?
I can almost smell the barbecue now with Texas on my mind. I can see the sprawling ranches, and I can spot the ten gallon hats, boots and big trucks. Boerne TX is Hill Country, and it’s a place I’ve been to before. I lived not too far away from it for nine years. It’s rustic scenery out in those parts, but it’s nice. There are still plenty of things to do in Boerne, and just like any Texas city, there are some great restaurants.
It’s hot in Texas, so if you’re not from Boerne think about buying a house from Koehler Real Estate, think about then when you plan your visit. We’re talking the summers are hot and humid, and my warning would be to visit during the fall or spring if you can plan that way. You will have a great time during the summer, but the Texas heat is no joke. The #1 attraction in Boerne is very intriguing to say the least. It is the Cave Without A Name. That’s a travel story for sure that you would end up telling people.
River Road Park is another top attraction in Boerne, and according to the picture and the review, you can expect to see plenty of ducks there. With Cascade Caverns and Cibolo Nature Center, you start to get the idea that there are plenty of outdoor adventures that await you in Boerne TX. I told you about how food comes to mind when I think about Texas, too. Let’s look at some of the restaurants in Boerne.
There is Cypress Grille, Mary’s Tacos, The Creek Restaurant, The Dodging Duck Brewhaus and Bear Moon Bakery and Cafe are the top five restaurants in Boerne. You may not have even realized it, but I did, that there was a home cooked meal restaurant, a bakery, a Mexican taco place and a German restaurant, all in the top five. That is exactly what I would expect not just from Boerne but most of the cities in the Hill Country and the surrounding area.