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We have a little bit of everything here at Roddy Tree.
And everything else is a short drive away!  


Things to do near roddy tree ranch

Hunt * Fredericksburg * Ingram * Kerrville * Comfort * Johnson City * San Antonio


LAZY DAYS CANTEEN-MUSIC-SWIM-FISH-PLAY-FAMILY REUNIONS & MORE!
Roddy Tree Ranch has 2 swimming pool areas, perfect fishing spots (including a catch and release fishing pond), horseshoes, washer pitching, volleyball court, badminton court, playscapes, and playground areas, canoeing and nature walks.

We can help plan a day trip or even make reservations for wine tours or tee times.  Just ask our friendly staff.

Day Trips - Comfort
Comfort- Antiquing in a quaint historical town, the only town in Texas that did not secede from the union during the Civil War. Find out why.
Day Trips - Enchanted Rock
Enchanted Rock- A great climb less than an hour away
Day Trips - Garner State Park
Garner State Park- A great place to visit just up the road
Day Trips - Johnson City
Johnson City is just an 75 miles away and whether you are treasure hunting in their many antique stores or looking at their awesome Christmas lights and having a hot chocolate in a carriage around the square, you must check it out.
Day Trips - Lost Maples
Lost Maples-See the beautiful colors in the fall and hike the trails any part of the year, just 40 minutes down the road.
Day Trips - Luckenback Texas
Luckenback Texas- A great place to go for the day. Find Luckenbach and have a beer with "Willie and the boys"
Day Trips - New Braunfels
New Braunfels- Shopping and Schlitterbahn Waterpark - Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort, located in the beautiful Hill Country town of New Braunfels, Texas, is America's #1 waterpark according to The Travel Channel! With over 3 miles of tubing adventures, 7 children's water playgrounds,17 water slides, the world's first surfing machine, and 3 uphill water coasters, Schlitterbahn has plenty to please everyone in the family! Open daily 10 am to 8 pm. http://www.schlitterbahn.com/
Fredericksburg - Gillespie County Fair & Festivals
Gillespie County Fair & Festivals - Home of the oldest continuous county fair in Texas, class 3 pari-mutuel horse races, and simulcast dog & horse races. Facilities and grounds are available to the public for lease. Including these events: Concerts * Fredericksburg Easter Fires Pageant * Gillespie County Youth Stock Show * Texas Presentations Antique Shows * Texas Fest * Country Peddler Shows * Texas Gun & Knife Show * Texas Woodcarvers Guild * Antique Tractor & Engine Show. http://www.gillespiefair.com/
Fredericksburg - Lady Bird Johnson Golf Course
Lady Bird Johnson Golf Course is a par-72, 6,432-yard, championship 18-hole golf course with practice facilities featuring 20 hitting stations, 2 practice greens, and a practice bunker to work on those tricky little shots around the green or those long sand shots that we all love. http://www.golffredericksburg.com/pro/Default.aspx
Fredericksburg - Nemitz Museum
Fredericksburg - Whistlepik Galleries
Whistlepik Galleries - The finest in traditional painting and sculpture, featuring nationally acclaimed and regional artists from the Texas Hill Country and around the world; unique antique accessories and furniture, and limited-edition prints from selected artists. http://www.whistlepik.com/
Fredericksburg - Wildseed Farms - Wildseed Farms
Wildseed Farms - Wildseed Farms is the nation's largest working wildflower seed farm, where you can purchase wildflower seeds directly from the grower. Our 2010 catalog can be viewed online or a free printed copy can be mailed to you. The catalog features seeds for over 90 varieties of wildflowers, native grasses, regional wildflower mixes, exotic garden varieties, and herbs. Visit Wildseed Farms in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, just 7 miles east of Fredericksburg on US Hwy 290! Open to the public 7 days a week 9:30 am to 5:00 pm (CST) (winter hours) No charge for admission to the farm! http://www.wildseedfarms.com/
Hill Country Wine Tours
Hunt - Area Camps
Area Camps Hunt is famous for a well-known secret by Texans and those in the know, and that is the many area camps. Hunt has been the vacation spot in the Hill Country for many generations of Texans, and it has been called "our Aspen" by Texas Monthly. Some of our favorite camps are Camp La Junta, Camp Rio Vista and Camp Stewart for boys, Camp Arrowhead, Camp Heart of the Hills, Mystic, & Camp Waldemar for girls.
Hunt - Criders Rodeo & Dance
Criders Rodeo & Dance If you want a real taste of the area, you will want to check out Criders Rodeo. It is the longest running rodeo in the State of Texas, started by Mr. & Mrs. Crider back in the 1920s. It opens in mid-May and runs every Saturday night through mid-September. There is a live country/rock band afterwards and plenty of food to eat. They also serve food on Friday nights. This is the ultimate Hunt institution that can't be missed and is a total blast.
Hunt - Elaine's Table
Elaine's Table This restaurant has hill country charm and elegance. Nestled along the banks of the Guadalupe in a cozy stone house, you can have a lunch, a great dinner, or brunch on Sundays. Elaine's desserts are to die for. Reservations accepted.
Hunt - Schumakers Hole
Schumakers Hole There aren't many spots on the Guadalupe where you can play in the river and this is a local favorite. There is a rope swing and some rapids next to a public park with picnic tables. Beware of the sharp currents though, the river can be rough. You can thank the late John Schumacher for damming up this little section of the Guadalupe in the early 1920’s to prevent flooding, which inadvertently created quite the swimming hole. Schumacher Crossing along the Guadalupe River is a true beauty, with a panoramic cascade of short waterfalls enveloped by towering cypress trees.
Hunt Store
Hunt Store The Hunt Rock Café is another local tradition that has been frequented by camp parents, vacation home owners, and colorful locals for over 75 years and has the best cheeseburgers you can find. Great for the kids!
Ingram - Hill Country Art Foundation & Stonehenge II
Stonehenge II Just when you thought you'd seen everything; there it is, just as large as life and built to scale. Stonehenge II should be on everyone's must-see list. You can get out and walk around and imagine you are back with the pagans. Check out Easter Island statues as well. Stonehenge II One of the most visited sites in the Texas Hill Country! Stonehenge II is the site of several special events. Please call first to see if Stonehenge II is open to the public on the dates you plan to visit. (830) 367-5121 Stonehenge II is a replica of the original Stonehenge monument and is located in the Texas Hill Country. Stonehenge II was conceived by Al Shepperd and built with the help of his friend and neighbor, Doug Hill. Address: 120 Point Theatre Rd S, Ingram, TX 78025 Phone: (830) 367-5120
Ingram - Hill Country Arts Foundation & the Point Theatre
Hill Country Arts Foundation & the Point Theatre: The HCAF including the Point Theatre is one of the most esteemed attractions of this part of the Hill Country. There are theatre productions all year round with two musical extravaganzas under the stars in the outdoor theatre every summer. Fine Arts classes are scheduled at various times as well as gallery showings. The Christmas Bazaar in November offers local artisans crafts. Their gift shop, the Gazebo was started by Miss Allie Roddy and offers local goods. Don't miss it. 120 Point Theatre Rd S (830) 367-5121
Ingram - Old Ingram Loop
Old Ingram Loop This is the cutest little shopping spot you ever saw and if you blink you'll miss it. Charming Antiques & Art Galleries line this wonderful spot down in historical Old Ingram which is currently celebrating it's 125th anniversary. There are many & varied Artisan's shops, Antique, Mexican, Western & Primitives Stores, local Art Galleries & places to eat in this circle off the beaten path on the Guadalupe River.
Ingram Dam & Lake
Ingram Lake - Just minutes away from downtown Kerrville on Highway 39 toward Hunt, you can launch your sail boat, water ski and swim in the cool waters. Don't miss the chance to take a thrilling slide down the Ingram
Kerrville - Callioux Center and Playhouse 2000
Callioux Center and Playhouse 2000: The Callioux Center is the municipal auditorium redux. There are many concerts, events, and Playhouse 2000 original productions such as “Fiddler on the Roof” and the award-winning “To Kill a Mockingbird” throughout the year. Check out the original production of “Watership Down” coming this summer.
Kerrville - Kerr County Fair
Kerr County Fair - The annual Kerr County Fair provides the residents of Kerr County and adjacent counties an opportunity to exhibit their finished skills and recognizes their achievements. Among the activities featured are a parade through Downtown Kerrville, a carnival, contests, scholarship pageants, 4H & FFA livestock exhibits, food & drink, music, dancing, team roping, and the exciting bull and barrel contest. Chili and barbeque cook-offs (CASI & CTBA sanctioned), petting zoo, and pony rides. Old-fashioned family fun with something for everyone! http://www.kerrcountyfair.com/
Kerrville - Kerrville Folk Festival
Kerrville Folk Festival: Enjoy eighteen great days of musical events, starting the Thursday before Memorial Day at the outdoor theater at Quiet Valley Ranch. Listen to excellent music on the scenic campgrounds. Food and beverages are available. Fees vary according to days attended. Quiet Valley Ranch is located 9 miles south of Kerrville on Hwy. 16.
Kerrville - Kerrville Wine & Folk Music Festival
Kerrville Wine & Folk Music Festival - Labor Day Weekend. A four-day condensed version of the internationally famous 18-day Folk Festival. Original songwriters and entertainers from all over the nation perform. Wine tasting, crafts, food services are available. http://www.kerrville-music.com/
Kerrville - Texas Heritage Day
Texas Heritage Day Traditional country music festival held in the fall of each year. This one-day event was established in July 1987 to preserve and perpetuate the traditions of Texas music and to examine the background of Texas heritage. Celebrate using stories & songs, see chuck wagons and teepees, Texas Ranger camp, Indians, vaqueros, trick roping, armadillo lore, and more! Held in Louise Hays Park off Thompson Drive in Downtown Kerrville. http://www.texasheritagemusic.org/
Kerrville - Texas State Arts and Crafts Fair
Texas State Arts and Crafts Fair - Two hundred of the state's best artists and craftsmen are carefully selected to exhibit. On-site demonstrations of authentic Texas crafts, children's activities, food, and entertainment. Memorial Day Weekend at River Star Arts & Event Park. http://www.tacef.org/ https://txartsandcraftsfair.com/
Kerrville - The Museum of Western Art
The Museum of Western Art - The Cowboys, the Native Americans, the Settlers, the Mountain Men, and others who tamed the West...share their adventures through the rotating exhibits on display at the Museum of Western Art, where the legend of the American West lives on. http://www.caamuseum.com/ Where the Legend Lives .... 1550 Bandera Highway Kerrville, Texas 78028 Tel: (830) 896-2553 Fax: (830) 257-5206 Open Tuesday thru Saturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm (CST)
Onsite Activities
And don't forget to take time to relax. • Swimming Pools • Fishing • Washer Pitching • Nature Walks • Horseshoes • Covered Pavilion with Jukebox and Picnic Tables • Basketball • Volleyball • Canoeing • Playscapes • Swimming in the Guadalupe • Convenient to Area Activities • Visit our barnyard animals in the back • Take day trips to see the Hill Country
Onsite Activities
Roddy Tree Ranch has 2 swimming pools, perfect fishing spots (including a catch and release fishing pond), petting zoo, horseshoes, volleyball court, badminton court, playscape, and playground area, canoeing, nature walks, and washer pitching.
Roddy Tree Ranch Friday Night Kareoke Night
Roddy Tree Ranch Saturday Family Fun Nights & 4th of July Fireworks Whether you are staying at Roddy Tree Ranch or not, come out for the party on Saturday nights during the summer to listen to the jamming live music of the River Rats and try your hand at some karaoke. Food and sodas are served for an extra charge. A treat for all ages and not to be missed.
San Antonio - Fiesta Texas - A Six Flags Theme Park
Fiesta Texas - A Six Flags Theme Park - Visitors at Six Flags Fiesta Texas will be thrilled and refreshed as they "tube the funnel" on Tornado, the park's new award-winning extreme tubing experience. Visible from the parking area, Tornado looks much like a giant, 60-foot tall household funnel that's been turned on its side. Tornado is now open at Armadillo Beach Waterpark, Six Flags Fiesta Texas' two-level waterpark that is free with park admission. Plus more!!! http://www.sixflags.com/parks/fiestatexas/index.asp
San Antonio - San Antonio Riverwalk
San Antonio Riverwalk - In Texas, water has been a lifeline for many generations for centuries past. The San Antonio River is a source of a South Texas Treasure, The San Antonio RiverWalk. Development of San Antonio and its most popular tourism attraction have come along way together. http://thesanantonioriverwalk.com/
San Antonio - SeaWorld San Antonio
SeaWorld San Antonio - In addition to being the world’s largest marine life adventure park, SeaWorld San Antonio also is an eco-adventure park. Built upon a 40-year tradition of wildlife conservation, its animal encounters are thrilling, interactive, fun for all ages, educational and perhaps most important, inspirational. http://www.seaworld.com/seaworld/tx/
San Antonio - The Alamo
The Alamo - San Antonio and the Alamo played a critical role in the Texas Revolution, The desperate struggle continued until the defenders were overwhelmed. By sunrise, the battle had ended and Santa Anna entered the Alamo compound to survey the scene of his victory. http://www.thealamo.org/
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