This community in northeast Uvalde County was settled in the early 1850s. It is on the Sabinal River among rugged canyons shaded by bald cypress, live oak and pecan trees. Just 12 miles south of the Lost Maples State Natural Area, it offers many activities including swimming, tubing, horseback riding, hunting, hiking, cycling and birding.


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