April 18 - 22, 2007.
We are staying in the Kerrville Schreiner City Park in Kerrville. A few years ago this was Kerrville Schreiner State Park. It is located on the Guadalupe River in the city limits of Kerrville on SR-173 one of the two highways between Kerrville and Bandera. Our site is FHU costing $15 per-night plus a $5 entrance fee (annual fee is only $25) so is insignificant if spending more than a few days.
Kerrville welcome sign at the I-10 exit
I-10 around Kerrville complete with magnificent limestone road cuts
Deer in Kerrville Schreiner City Park in Kerrville, Texas
Kerrville Schreiner Park in Kerrville has all that we are looking for in a campsite. Quiet and peaceful with abundant wildlife including whitetail deer, antelope, jack rabbit, turkey, and the occasional road runner. Plus it has location and a reasonable price. Kerrville Schreiner Park is exactly what we are looking for in a campsite.
Old Wagon outside the Y.O. Ranch Inn in Kerrville
Everyone must schedule a visit to the Y.O. Ranch Inn in Kerrville. Stop in and stroll through the Y.O. Ranch Inn's lobby where you can admire all the beautiful mounts and Texas memorabelia. You might also want to include a lunch or dinner.
Magnificent stair spiral in lobby of Inn Of the Hills in Kerrville
This is a simply awesome spiral stair case that spirals around a unique fireplace in the lobby of the Inn of the Hills hotel in Kerrville.
The Inn of the Hills hotel is a local favorite. They have a Sunday Brunch that is totally to die for. WOW! Awesome? Scrumptious! Magnificent! none of those adequately describe the Sunday Brunch at Inn of the Hills in Kerrville.
The Inn of the Hills also has a hotel "Bar-Saloon" with a great dance floor that attracts country music folks from miles around.
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