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German-influenced Boerne, located in the Texas Hill Country, offers the rural lifestyle without sacrificing amenities.


Named after German author Ludwig Boerne, the town embraces its German-settler roots. Formed in the late 1800s, the area was popular among free-thinkers and intellectuals, and grew steadily, particularly after the San Antonio and Aransas Pass Railway came to town. By 1900, the warm and sunny climate had made the growing town popular with people with health issues who found themselves feeling better soon after moving to the area.

The town has since gained fame for its adventure activities due to its location in the Texas Hill Country, as well as its phenomenal restaurants and breweries. Just two hours from Austin and thirty minutes from San Antonio, Boerne allows residents to live a quiet, suburban lifestyle with the knowledge that the big cities are just a stone’s throw away.

What to Love

Local Lifestyle

This quaint, scenic town is the epitome of small-town Texas living. The community is full of friendly people who will stop you to chat at the grocery store, making it clear that life here is slow, relaxed, and focused on relationships, not money. It’s almost like being transported to a more wholesome time, where people hang at the malt shop – but with modern conveniences.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Enjoy elevated versions of classic Southern dishes at Peggy’s On The Green, such as their pork chop in bourbon sauce or macaroni and cheese with fresh lobster chunks. For a more casual night out, hit Cibolo Creek Brewing, where you can try one of their bright IPAs with pub food, like bratwurst or a wagyu burger. Richter Tavern offers an elevated Mediterranean-influenced menu, featuring options that include a pizza with pesto and sundried tomatoes or fresh shrimp ceviche. For a lighter meal in the summer heat, try the Cypress Grille, where you’ll find options like a salmon club sandwich or a portobello mushroom pasta.

Things to Do

One of the biggest attractions in Boerne is Six Flags Fiesta Texas, offering 5 areas full of thrilling rides, as well as an expansive waterpark. Their signature Scream ride drops people 205 feet and the Batman ride is the world’s first 4D rollercoaster, providing a ride that boggles the mind. In addition to rides, the theme park offers seasonal festivals, live performances, and plenty of carnival-style food.

Get some fresh air at Boerne City Lake Park, where guests can go fishing, play volleyball or disc golf, and take a boat out on the water. The butterfly garden is definitely worth a stop, just to see the beautiful insects fluttering around. Cascade Caverns is another fun stop where you can take a tour deep into the earth to see stalagmites and stalactites, as well as creatures who love the dark, cool, moist habitat of caves. For true wildlife lovers, the Cibolo Nature Center offers classes for all ages on local flora and fauna, the ecosystem, and the environment.


Boerne is served by the Boerne Independent School District which includes schools that have been highly rated by various news outlets.

Kendall Elementary School, PreK-5, students perform higher than the state average

Boerne Middle School South, 6-8, offers advanced STEM classes

Boerne High School, 9-12, excellent sports program

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