Visit the Texas Hill Country, Win Prizes

Visit 18 or more of the 24 Hill Country destinations

Have your passport stamped at each location

Mail in your passport before December 31, 2017

Win prizes like tickets, outdoor adventures, tours and more

Send me a Passport!

Ready to get started? Request a Passport online or pick one up at any of our participating partner locations.

Ready to Hit the Trail?

Grab your family and friends for a fun-filled adventure through the scenic beauty of the Texas Hill Country. Passports are available for pick up at the below locations.

Bandera County

Bandera County Visitors Center

Time to awaken your cowboy spirit. Pull on your boots, don your 10-gallon hat and join us for a Yee-Hawing good time.

Bexar County

Casa Navarro State Historic Site

Explore the life of Tejano patriot and one of Texas’ most influential leaders, Jose Antonio Navarro.

Bexar County

San Antonio Official Visitor Information Center

With more than 200 attractions to enjoy, San Antonio offers visitors a world of experiences to take part in.

Bexar County

Witte Museum

Learn about the legendary story of the Wild and Vivid Land, explore a virtual San Antonio landscape, climb Mt. Witte and discover the vast expanse of South Texas heritage.

Blanco County

Old Blanco County Courthouse

See second Empire architecture at its finest. The briefly used Blanco County Courthouse, constructed in 1885, is now a Texas Historic Landmark.

Burnet County

Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce & CVB

Situated on a chain of seven lakes, Marble Falls is the coolest place to unwind. Relax on the waters of Lake LBJ or toast a day well played at a local winery or brewery.

Comal County

Natural Bridge Caverns

Get up close and personal to one of the world’s premier caverns. Explore a half-mile of the largest and most spectacular show cavern in Texas.

Gillespie County

Fort Martin Scott

Re-discover Texas as it was, and as it is at the Guardian of the Texas Frontier, Fort Martin Scott.

Gillespie County

Fredericksburg Visitor Information Center

Whether you have kids-in-tow or a romantic getaway in mind, the staff at the Visitor Information Center can create an adventure that’s just right for you.

Gillespie County

Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park

The story of Lyndon B. Johnson plays out among the trees and walls of this National Historical Park. Tour the working ranch and take in scenes of this President’s childhood.

Gillespie County

National Museum of the Pacific War

History enthusiasts add this museum to your must see list. The six-acre complex includes three museums, memorial courtyard, Japanese Garden of Peace and Plaza of Presidents.

Gillespie County

Pioneer Museum

Get a glimpse into Gillespie County’s German heritage. Discover 350,000 artifacts representing the County from 1846 to present day.

Gillespie County

The Texas Rangers Heritage Center

Dedicated to making better citizens of the youth of Texas and informing citizens, new and old, about the value based character traits that made and defined Texas and the Texas Rangers.

Hays County

The Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

Originally built as a one-room log cabin in 1854, the Pound Historical Farmstead served as a doctor’s office, school, church and the center of a working farm until 1983.

Hays County

San Marcos Convention & Visitors Bureau

Hike, bike, kayak, shop or simply kick back at a coffee shop. Whatever your fancy, you’ll find it in San Marcos. Find a great bargain at the largest Outlet Center in the US.

Kendall County

Boerne Convention and Visitors Bureau

Discover small town charm in the picturesque setting of Boerne, where friendly people and beautiful places warm your heart and enliven your spirit!

Kendall County

Cave Without a Name

The cave "too pretty to have a name" is a magnificent display of nature’s masterpieces. In 2009 the cave with its six cavernous rooms earned the designation of National Natural Landmark.

Kerr County

Kerrville Convention and Visitors Bureau

Experience a rare blend of arts, outdoor sports and festivals. Retreat, relax and enjoy the tranquility of The Guadalupe River and the uniqueness of the renovated downtown.

Lampasas County

Lampasas Chamber of Commerce

A hidden gem, Lampasas offers much to explore from art and history to nature and foodie fun. Sign up for a guided tour sure to be an authentic and exciting adventure.

Medina County

Steinbach Haus

Built in Alsace, France between 1618 and 1648, the Steinbach Haus was occupied until 1988 when it was dismantled and put into storage. In 1998, volunteers began putting it back together peg by wood peg.

Uvalde County


Take a moment to explore a rich oasis surrounded by all the adventures of Texas, including River Country, The Hill Country, state parks, hunting, fishing and more.

Williamson County

Austin Steam Train at Cedar Park

As the train rolls in, so does the fun. Climb aboard one of Austin Steam Train’s vintage flyers for an adventure that perfectly blends the past with the present.

Williamson County


Come explore the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas. Take a day, a night or more to browse the many "gotta have that" boutiques and taste the love-at-first-bite eats.

Williamson County

The Williamson Museum

History comes to life in the Williamson Museum. Nap in a Civil War-era tent, play cowboy at the chuckwagon corral, take a photo with "Three-Legged Willie" or explore ever-changing monthly exhibits.

Once you obtain 18 or more stamps from the participating Texas Hill Country destinations, mail the completed passport along with your name, mailing address and email address to the provided address. To claim your prize, completed passports must be received by the Texas Hill Country Trail Region by December 31, 2017.

Don’t worry, your Texas Hill Country Trail Passport will be mailed back to you as a keepsake along with your Texas Hill Country Trail Prize. Passports are mailed via standard U.S. postage and may take 8-10 business days.

Mail To:

Texas Hill Country Trail Passport
c/o Boerne CVB
PO Box 1677
Boerne, TX 78006