In the heart of the Texas Hill Country, the quaint village of Wimberley sits where the Blanco River and Cypress Creek converge. Known as “A Little Bit of Heaven,” Wimberley’s natural beauty provides a welcoming retreat. Cabins and cottages are available to provide everything from a romantic getaway to a large family gathering. A wide range of amenities are available including private pools, hot tubs, river or creek access and pet friendly properties. The cabins and cottages along Cypress Creek or the Blanco River provide natural, tranquil settings with easy access to the town square where shopping, dining and entertainment options abound.
Named a Texas Cultural District by the Texas Commission on the Arts, Wimberley is a favorite Texas Hill Country retreat for artists, musicians and writers. Wimberley offers an eclectic mixture of boutique shops, art galleries and performing arts venues. Live community theater is provided by the Wimberley Players of at the Emily Ann Theatre. Shows and events are scheduled year round. View the exquisite work and watch a glass blowing demonstration at Wimberley Glass Works. The Second Saturday Gallery Trail is held on the second Saturday of each month. The galleries around the square open in the evening and provide you with wine and refreshments while viewing the art pieces.
Wimberley boasts an old fashioned outdoor movie theater, the Corral Theatre. This unique outdoor theater features movies on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Bring your own chair and enjoy a delightful evening under the stars.
A wide variety of water sports are available in Wimberley. Step out the door of your cabin to enjoy tubing or kayaking on the Blanco River or tranquil Cypress Creek. The more adventurous will enjoy the stunning views at Lone Man Creek.
Wimberley boasts two of the most famous swimming holes in Texas, Blue Hole and Jacob’s Well. Blue Hole, located in the Blue Hole Regional Park, was named one of "America's Best Swimming Holes" by Travel and Leisure Magazine. Jacob’s Well, a favorite swimming hole in Wimberley, is an artesian spring at the headwaters to Cypress Creek. The crystal clear water maintains a constant temperature of 68 degrees year round.
The oldest and second largest in the state, Wimberley Market Days offers more than 475 booths and runs from March through December on the first Saturday of each month. Join bargain hunters from all over the country in the search for the perfect treasure in the wide variety of unique booths and shops.
The Wimberley area offers a number of wineries, such as Wimberley Valley Winery and Driftwood Winery, featuring Texas wines. Sip on a cold one at one of the area microbreweries, such as Wimberley Brewing Company or Middletown Brewing. Wimberley is even host to a rum distillery, Cypress Creek Reserve. Tastings and tours are available in all of these locations.
With mild winters and hot summers, Wimberley boasts an average of 300 days of annual sunshine. Hosting a myriad of seasonal activities, Wimberley is an ideal year round destination.
Wimberley is located 160 miles west of Houston and 200 miles south of Dallas on Ranch Road 12. It is 15 miles northwest of San Marcos, 45 miles southwest of Austin and 60 northeast of San Antonio. Most people drive their personal vehicle to Wimberley. The closest regional airport is San Marcos Municipal Airport, or you can fly to Austin or San Antonio and rent a car. There is a Greyhound Bus Stop in San Marcos. The Capital Area Regional Transport System (CARTS) Country Bus service provides services to Wimberley and surrounding areas.