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JUNCTION, TEXAS, known as the "Land of Living Waters" was established in 1876 and is a vibrant West Texas town of 2,618. Located on the western edge of the Texas Hill Country on Interstate Highway 10, Junction offers plenty to do for the outdoor enthusiast including camping, hunting, fishing, canoeing, and more. If you need a convenient location to explore the many attractions of the Texas Hill Country, Junction is the perfect hub. Junction offers travelers a friendly and casual small town atmosphere, inexpensive lodging, good places to eat out, great rivers to play in, a beautiful area with endless scenic drives, limited traffic, and a convenient location to explore the Texas Hill Country.

Here is Texas Outside's Top Ten List of Fun Things To See and Do when you visit Junction and the surrounding area.

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    Resources Guide For Junction

    Hill Country Golf Quickly find a nearby golf course to play
    Junction Area Events Check out the Junction calendar of events
    Llano River
    The North and South Llano River meet in Junction and both rivers are great for tubing, canoeing, fishing, kayaking, and swimming
    San Saba River Adventurers
    Enjoy a guided fishing trip or an exciting kayak trip on the scenic San Saba River with towering oaks, rocky cliffs, waterfalls, and deep pools with lots of fish
    Here is a list of nearby golf courses with more information in each caption box when you click on the golf map icon
    Lakes & Camping A listing of some of the Hill Country campgrounds and lakes
    524 acre park with two miles of Llano riverfront and 20 miles of hiking trails, 15 miles of which are excellent for mountain biking
    Llano River Fly Fishing The LLano River offers plenty of spots for fly fishing, here is a map and listing of some of them
    Fort McKavett State Historic Site
    Visit this nearby well preserved military post built in 1852 to protect settlers and travelers on the road between San Antonio and El Paso
    Good Junction Restaurants
    Try Coopers for BBQ, Sunshine Cafe & Bakery, and Isaack's for the Saturday night sirloin steak with all the trimmings for $8.95
    The Legends Inn
    Owned by family of U.S. Vets, the Legends Inn guarantees you a warm Texas welcome and one of the best hotel or motel values in the Texas Hill Country. They offer you a friendly & casual atmosphere, family-style service, clean comfortable remodeled rooms, and a convenient location to explore the Hill Country


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