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Why Famous
  • North of Vanderpool - A beautiful park famous for its bigtooth maples.
  • Medina Lake County Park at the end of Park Rd. 37 and Medina Lake.
  • Bandera County is 792 square miles of rolling hills, scenic open land, magnificent cypress and cedar trees, lakes and rivers.
Facts Destination
  • Formed in 1856 from Bexar and Uvalde counties.
  • Bandera is named for the Spanish word for flag.
  • Bandera County is part of the San Antonio Metropolitan Statistical Area.
  • Bandera City is well known as Cowboy Capital of the World.
Area Info
  • Bandera County is a county located in the U.S. state of Texas.
  • Its county seat is Bandera.
  • The county has a total area of 798 square miles (2,066 km²).


Why Visit
  • Hill Country State Natural Area 5400 acres for equestrian use with over 20 miles of mixed terrain trails open to horses, hikers, bicyclists and backpackers.
Best Time
  • Spring is beautiful with all the wildflowers in bloom.
  • Major highways: State Highway 16, State Highway 46, State Highway 173, Farm to Market Road 337.
  • Major Airports: Bains Airport, Cinco B Ranch Airport, ircle R Resort Ranch Airport, Eagles Roost Airport, Flying L Ranch Airport (historical).
  • Other Airports: Twin Falls Ranch Airport, Thunder Creek Airport, Lobo Mountain Ranch Airport,
  • Baltzells Las Brisas Heliport is an Airport in the state of Texas (county of Bandera).
  • The self-proclaimed \"Cowboy Capital of the World,\" the town of Bandera lies about 50 miles west of San Antonio.
  • Frontier Times Museum.