What is Texas Hill Country?
Texas Hill Country refers to the region of Central and South Texas. Because of its varied climate and terrain, many consider it to be the boundary between the southeast and the southwest. Exposed rocks and boulders punctuate the rolling hills, the most notable of which is Enchanted Rock, the second-largest granite dome in the United States.
Hill Country also touches major metropolitan areas. This region is bound by northern San Antonio, the western reaches of Austin, and Balcones Escarpment geographic wonder to the east. Drive through the region to discover the many things to do there, as well as the native yucca, prickly pear cactus, desert spoon, Texas live oak, and vibrant wildflowers.