Spots in the Hill Region took prime marks in this year’s Texas Travel Awards.
The Texas Travel Awards looked at 4 regions — arts and society, people, foodies and out of doors adventures — and requested people to post their most loved locations for every single.
A panel of judges, like KSAT’s David Elder, then made the decision on the winners that “represent uniquely Texas locations and experiences worthy of any traveler’s itinerary,” in accordance to its site.
The desired destination of the year went to South Padre Island, but several of the other group winners ended up in the Hill Country.
For instance, Gruene Hall, Texas’ oldest continually operating dance corridor, gained 3 of the classes — iconic tourist attraction, stay tunes location and put to dance.
But these winners, like Schlitterbahn, Natural Bridge Caverns and the Stars and Stripes Drive-In, aren’t just for travelers — they can be for locals as well.
The destinations can be for San Antonio citizens who are on the lookout for staycation prospects or speedy outdoors visits.
Listed here are the San Antonio-location and Hill State destinations that ended up stated as winners in the Texas Journey Awards.
Dry Comal Creek Vineyards in New Braunfels
Compact Industry – Dickens on Major in Boerne
Big Market – Dia de los Muertos in New Braunfels
Very best Golfing System
Landa Park Golfing Course in New Braunfels
Iconic Tourist Attraction
Gruene Corridor in New Braunfels
Live New music Venue
Major Current market – Gruene Corridor in New Braunfels
Major Current market – Sophienburg Museum and Archives in New Braunfels
New music Festival or Party
Huge Current market – Gruene New music & Wine Fest
Large Industry – Organic Bridge Caverns (New Braunfels)
Area to Dance
Gruene Hall in New Braunfels
Hill State Mile in Boerne
Spring Fed Pool in New Braunfels
Underneath the Radar Action
Stars and Stripes Travel-In in New Braunfels
Massive Industry – Schlitterbahn Treehouses (New Braunfels)
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