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Kerrville, Texas, is located 65 miles northwest of San Antonio, 100 miles southwest of Austin, in a region called the Texas Hill Country, known for its camping, hunting, and outdoor activities. I-10 transcets the Texas Hill Country diagonally, and Kerrville has three exits off the interstate. The Guadalupe River is the main geographic feature of the area.
The Guadalupe River draws thousands each year, offering boating, fishing, rafting and swimming opportunities throughout Kerr County. Kerrville Schreiner Park, near downtown, offers campsites and a few cabins.
The Museum of Western Art is a showcase for Western art and artists. The Kerr Arts & Cultural Center, housed in an old post office, provides a location for artists, sculptors, painters, crafters, quilters, and furniture makers. James Avery Craftsman has been a part of the Kerrville landscape for over 50 years. Playhouse 2000 is a local theater company that produces theatrical shows throughout the year. The outdoor stage of The Point Theater in Ingram has been drawing families to the banks of the Guadalupe River for theatrical performances for over 50 years.
The Cailloux City Center for the Performing recently underwent a major restoration. Other attractions include the Kerrville Performing Arts Society, Symphony of the Hills, the Hill Country Chorale, and the Hill Country Youth Orchestra.
A number of restaurants overlook the Guadalupe River. Several are downtown and on Texas Highways 16 and 27. Shopping is found in several small strip centers as well as River Hills Mall. Nearby Old Ingram Loop is a cluster of specialty shops and galleries.
Kerrville's population hovers around 20,425, with double that many in the outlying communities of Ingram, Hunt, Center Point and Mountain Home.