Hunt, Texas, Tourism

Hunt, Texas, Tourism
Hunt, Texas, is a small, unincorporated town on Interstate 10 about 50 miles north of San Antonio. What it lacks in size it more than makes up in tourism opportunities, with many worthwhile attractions.


Hunt is aptly named, as the area is considered part of the Golden Triangle, one of the nation's best areas for hunting big game. There are many hunting outfitters and ranches in the area.


A major attraction is the Guadalupe River. The North and South Forks of the Guadalupe come together in Hunt, making it a great river recreation location.

Summer camp

Hunt is home to at least seven camps for children. The camps are in the hills, some are around the rivers, and all of them have a rich history of summer camping.

Hill Country

Hunt is in the Texas Hill Country, which is a major tourist area of rolling hills, lakes and rivers. Hunt is just one of many historic little towns that have interesting histories.


There is a life-size replica of Stonehenge on the edge of Hunt on the North Fork of the Guadalupe River.

Famous Ties

Hunt is widely known for the Crider's Rodeo, where cowboys perform on Saturday nights during the summer.

Article Written By James Jordan

James Jordan has been a writer and photographer since 1980. He has worked for newspapers in Arkansas, Tennessee, South Carolina and Kansas, winning state press association awards for writing, photography and page design. In 1995 he received his master's in Christian education and completed two years of Ancient Greek at the graduate level. Jordan holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism.

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