Attractions

Park in Kerrville

Louise Hays City Park

This 60-acre park may not be Kerrville's largest, but it's free and offers river access, shaded picnic tables, sports courts and barbecue pits. Also, as part of a $1.4 million renovation project completed in 2015, t…
Museum in Kerrville

Museum of Western Art

This is a nonprofit showcase of Western Americana. The quality and detail of the work, mostly paintings and bronze sculptures, is astounding; all depict scenes of cowboy and Western life, the landscape or vignettes …
Park in Kerrville

Kerrville-Schreiner Park

Three miles southeast of town, this 517-acre park is a beautiful place for cycling, hiking, canoeing, tubing and camping. For lazy floats along the Guadalupe River, rent kayaks, canoes, paddle boards and inner tubes…
Park in Kerrville

Riverside Nature Center

Near the river, at the south end of downtown, the center has walking trails, a wildflower meadow and Guadalupe River access.
Arts Center in Kerrville

Kerr Arts & Cultural Center

Step inside to catch the pulse of the Hill Country art scene. Located in the old post office, it frequently changes exhibits, which could include anything from quilts to watercolors to gourd art.
Park in Kerrville

Guadalupe Street City Park

Take a refreshing swim in the river at this spot, on the road behind the Inn of the Hills Resort. The water here is deep and not recommended for children. Also has a playground and picnic tables.
Landmark in Kerrville

Schreiner Mansion

As you explore downtown, check out the opulent former residence of Charles Schreiner, the man who built half the town. The exterior stonework is impressive.