Hill Country Escape: Kerrville, Ingram, Hunt, and Y.O. Ranch Professional Review and Guide
"Kerrville is popular with retirees, hunters, Winter Texans, and campers. The town of 19,000 residents is home to a 500-acre state park and many privately owned camps catering to youth and church groups. Whether you’re looking for cowboys or for culture, you’ll find it in the city that many consider the capital of the Hill Country. Kerrville offers visitors plenty of fun with attractions ranging from fine art to outdoor fun to some of the top festivals in the state. The high quality of the artwork available in Kerrville attests to the community’s status as a magnet for artists from across the Southwest. For a look at more Western art, make a visit to the Cowboy Artists of America Museum. This hilltop museum features work by members of the Cowboy Artists of America. Western-themed paintings and sculpture fill the museum.
Old Ingram is home to many art galleries and antique shops. Ingram proper lies along TX 27, and it features stores and outfitters catering to white-tailed deer, turkey, and quail hunters. The town is particularly busy during deer season, from November to early January."