- The list below includes 40 free or cheap things to do in or near Kerrville, Texas, including 34 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Art Gallery, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Movie Theaters.
- From The Coming King Sculpture Prayer Garden to Kerrville-Schreiner Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Kerrville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fredericksburg, Bandera, Comfort and Boerne.
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Work continues on the Coming King Sculpture Prayer Garden that currently includes a 77 foot 7 inch steel cross, and seven other Christian sculptures. Plans include building a 300 foot cross-shaped garden, and opening the site for Christian businesses.
The Kerrville-Schreiner Park is a 517-acre camping and recreation area. People can rent canoes and kayaks to use on the Guadalupe River, camp, view wildlife and the butterfly garden, and watch performances in the amphitheater.
Situated in a prayer garden, The Empty Cross offers visitors a 23 acre space for spiritual reflection. There are several sculptures scattered across the garden depicting Christian themes, such as a large cross and bronze statues of the disciples.
Singing Wind Park offers 100 acres of woodlands and fields for numerous outdoor activities including an olympic sized pool, skate park, shaded playground equipment, rentable pavilions, softball fields and restrooms. Nature walking trails also afford bird
The Kerrville Visitors Center offers information on the city of Kerrville. They are also in charge of helping with the many community activities that happen in this community, including convention sales and services, Kerrville meeting business selection, program coordination, and press releases.
Visiting the Museum of Western Art is a chance to see 150 sculptures, 250 paintings and many artifacts. Especially well represented at the museum is artists from the Taos school, along with Fred Harman, Robert Longheed, George Phippin, and Harold Von Schmidt.