When we stay at Jellystone Park Guadalupe River, we'll spend time: enjoying the river; playing some rounds of competitive games of washers or horseshoes; and having fun at the water park and pools. And then head to the River Rock Saloon for some pizza and a cold drink.
A fun way to spend a few hours in Kerrville is to rent a kayak or canoe from Kerrville Kayak and Canoe and enjoy the Guadalupe River.
We also enjoy a round of golf at Scott Schreiner Municipal Golf Course in Kerrville or Tapatio Springs in Boerne. See this Kerrville Golf Map to find some golf courses and read our reviews of the courses.
For nightlife, we enjoy the country bands and dancing at Inn of the Hills. And of course we always head over to the Park's River Rock Pub & Pizzeria for a cold beer, good friends, and music - and no need to worry about driving home.
We can't leave town without having an excellent dinner on the outdoor patio overlooking the Guadalupe River at 1011 Bistro. Every table has an excellent view of the river from floor to ceiling windows, but you can't beat sitting outside on the balcony just above the river and enjoying a great meal of anything from steaks, to a rack of lamb, to sea bass. Don't leave without enjoying one of the desserts like the delicious creme brulee. The service is excellent.
If we have our bikes, Kerrville has lots of excellent bike trails - some of our favorites are in Kerrville Schreiner Park.
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