12 Hours in Wimberley

Wimberley
Wimberley offers quaint shops, breathtaking views, and a variety of attractions for the true Texas traveler to enjoy. And did we mention the food?

Wimberley is the quintessential Texas Hill Country town: it offers quaint shops, breathtaking views, and a variety of both indoor and outdoor attractions for the true Texas traveler to enjoy. And did we mention the food? Take a look at some of Tex Traveler’s favorite spots in Wimberley, and get ready to see the best in just 12 hours.

Breakfast: Wimberley Café

101 A Wimberley Square

Because what’s more Texan than huevos rancheros and biscuits and gravy? Start your Wimberley adventure off right with a hearty breakfast at this local favorite, and gaze out on the beautiful town square while you eat.

Wimberley Zipline Adventures

300 Winn Valley Drive

Challenge your fear of heights by trying a zipline! TripAdvisor ranks Wimberley Zipline #1, and it’s easy to see why – what’s not to love about soaring above the peaks and valleys of the Hill Country? You’ll get to ride TEN ziplines over the course of 1 ½ – 2 hours!

Lunch: The Leaning Pear

111 River Road #10

Treat yourself to Hill Country-inspiried cuisine with a view at The Leaning Pear. They offer an extensive menu featuring fresh, seasonal, and local foods, and it’s even owned by native Texans.

Bella Vista Ranch

3101 Mt Sharp Road

Continue your locally-sourced cuisine experience and sample the award-winning olive oils at Bella Vista Ranch. Their orchard has over 1000 trees of 10 different varieties, and they press their own fresh oil that you can try in the tasting room. They press each fall, so now’s a great time to go!

Dinner: Marco’s Italian Restaurant

303 Wimberley Square

Head back to the square for a relaxing dinner at Marco’s. Another local and tourist favorite, Marco’s has all of your favorite Italian dishes, and a casual atmosphere that’s great for families and solo travelers alike.

Corral Theatre

100 Flite Acres Road

The Houston Chronicle wants you to “Think of it as a drive-in without cars…But unlike a drive-in, this theater brings people together rather than separating them.” This outdoor theatre is quite literally in a corral that’s packed with history dating back to the 1940s. Watching a movie at the Corral is the perfect way to unwind from a busy day in Wimberley.

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