- TripBuzz discovered 89 different types of activities for couples in the Wimberley area, including Theaters (like Corral Theatre), Farms & Ranches (like Bella Vista Ranch), Parks (like Jacob's Well Natural Area) and Ziplines (like Wimberley Zipline Adventures), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 112 date ideas in or near Wimberley, Texas, including 96 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like New Braunfels, Canyon Lake, San Marcos and Dripping Springs.
Alligators, birds, cats, exotic hoof stock, and primates are found at the Animal World and Snake Farm Zoo. Visitors can watch alligator and crocodile feedings, as well as watch as snakes are handled and fed.
Located on a hilltop, high above Canyon Lake, Overlook Park provides the perfect viewing area to see the lake and the Canyon Dam. The park features a hiking trail that leads down to a small beach, and another accesses a walking trail across the Dam.
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26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road, San Antonio, TX 78266 MoreLess Info
At the Natural Bridge Caverns, visitors can pan for gemstones, go on one of three different cave tours 180 feet below the ground, and climb the canopy tower before ziplining to the bottom. Visitors entering the cave see soda straw' stalactites, cave ribbon, and welt and turnip shields.
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26515 Natural Bridge Caverns RD, San Antonio, TX 78266 MoreLess Info
Visitors can drive through the Natural Bridge Wildlife Park to see animals including lemurs, kangaroos, ostriches, and rhinoceroses. Visitors can also visit the petting zoo and pet African Pygmy Goats, llamas, ostriches, and emu, as well as visit the walk-a-bout, and a gift shop.
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26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road, Natural Bridge Caverns, South Padre Island, TX 78266 MoreLess Info
The Natural Bridge Caverns of South Padre Island are a unique and awe-inspiring way to see some of Texas' natural beauty. The company offers various tours of caverns, located 108 feet below ground.
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5808 McKinney Falls Parkway, Austin, TX 78744 MoreLess Info
With 726-acres of land acquired from private donation, McKinney Falls State Park, opened to the public in 1976. Visitors enjoy the abundant camping, hiking, fishing, and swimming, among the cypress trees and wildlife.
Swimming, camping, picnicking, educational programs, hiking and fishing are available at Lockhart State Park. In addition, the park is home to a 9-hole staff operated golf course and a group recreation hall with a kitchen.
Texas Hills Vineyard produces wines with grapes grown in their own vineyards. They were the first in Texas to produce Pinot Grigio, and have one of the largest acreages in Texas dedicated to growing Sangiovese for Chianti wines.
Once home to Lyndon B. Johnson, former U.S. president, Texas White House offers guided tours of his estate. Visitors can get an inside glimpse to the life of this historical figure by viewing the artifacts in his house.