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Texas Hill Country Parks & Attractions

Enjoy stunning state parks, world-class musicians, and local Texas history at these Hill Country attractions.

Comfort Heritage Foundation

Located only a few steps from Hotel Giles, this small museum offers a charming cross section of local history. Housed in the historic Comfort State Bank building. Open Tuesdays and Saturdays. 640 High St., Comfort, TX 78013.

(830) 995-2641
Hygieostatic Bat Roost

In the early 1900s, an anti-malaria campaign led the construction of this Hygieostatic Bat Roost. It remains as a fascinating historical marker visible from the highway. The bat roost is located about a mile and four-tenths east of Comfort along FM 473, approximately four hundred feet south of the highway.

James Kiehl Riverbend Park

25 acres of park, accompanying the Guadaloupe River. Featuring grassland, woodland, a picnic grove, and many opportunities for wading, fishing, and swimming. 118 River Bend Road, Comfort, TX 78013.

(830) 249-9343
Joshua Springs Park & Reserve

With over 400 acres and extensive trails, visitors may enjoy walking, hiking, and biking. Features easily accessible picnic spots, open air pavilions, restrooms, and wildlife observation blinds. 716 FM 289, Exit 533, Comfort, TX 78013.

(830) 537-3470
Old Tunnel State Park

Rustic 16-acre nature preserve featuring an abandoned railroad tunnel which now serves as a bat sanctuary. Beautiful views of the bat emergence at dusk! 10619 Old San Antonio Road, Fredericksburg, TX 78624.

(866) 978-2287
Studio Comfort

Artist studio gallery. 716 High St., Comfort, TX 78013.

(830) 995-3750
The Backyard

Located between Front and High Street, the Backyard is a common space where locals and travelers gather to enjoy a sunny afternoon, catch live music, and generally relax. 723 Front St., Comfort, TX 78013.