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Mayhem on the Medina!
It had to happen! Bandera being recognized as The Cowboy Capital of the World by the State of Texas this past year just means it opened the door to more ideas for Bandera to live up to the title! Bandera has never turned down an opportunity to show off our cowboys! Read More
Mayhem on the Medina!
It had to happen! Bandera being recognized as The Cowboy Capital of the World by the State of Texas this past year just means it opened the door to more ideas for Bandera to live up to the title! Bandera has never turned down an opportunity to show off our cowboys! Read More
Bandera Library Celebrates 12th Annual Wild Hog Explosion
It’s time for squeals and spills at the 12th annual Wild Hog Explosion and All Bike Rally scheduled for March 14th and 15th! You just have to see the hilarious Wild Hog Catch, the always crowd pleasing Lone Star Bar B Que Society Cook-Off and an awesome All Bike Rally! Read More
51st Annual Hunters BBQ & Outdoor Expo
Friday, November 1st, at Mansfield Park in Bandera. Since 1962 the community of Bandera County has demonstrated its appreciation to the thousands of hunters who call Bandera “home” for the whitetail deer-hunting season each year. Fifty-one years ago, the Bandera County Chamber of Commerce decided it was high time to show appreciation to the hundreds of deer hunters who visited Bandera County each fall. Read More
Celebrate Bandera! An Old West Adventure
Plan for something really special this Labor Day Weekend and head for Bandera, the Cowboy Capital of the World, to experience this small, classic Old West town, with its honky-tonks, cowboy culture, surrounding dude ranches, and horse-friendly hitching posts. It’s time for Celebrate Bandera, when the town will turn back the clock on the pages of history to the 1860s, 1870s, and 1880s.  The clock will tick back to cattle drives, rodeo skills, Native American Indians, and Buffalo Bill’s Wild ... Read More
Fun on the Medina River: 16th Annual Bandera Riverfest
OH MY GOSH! The recent rains have thrown a hankerings on just about everybody to head to the nearest river and GET WET!!!! If you love floating the river, head to Bandera for the 16th Annual Bandera RIVERFEST, scheduled for Saturday June 29th on the banks of the beautiful Medina River at Bandera City Park. Read More
50th Annual Hunters BBQ & Outdoor Expo Set for Nov. 2 at Bandera’s Mansfield Park
Since 1962, the community of Bandera County has demonstrated its appreciation to the thousands of hunters who call Bandera “home” for the whitetail deer hunting season each year. Fifty years ago, the Bandera County Chamber of Commerce decided it was high time to show appreciation to the hundreds of deer hunters who visited Bandera County each fall. Read More
Come to the Old West
Come to Celebrate Bandera
Step back in time this Labor Day Weekend as Bandera, Cowboy Capital of the World will be transformed into a town of yesteryear, celebrating the Cowboys and Indians who tamed the Texas countryside. This small, classic Old West town, with its honky-tonks, cowboy culture, surrounding dude ranches, and horse-friendly hitching posts, will turn back the clock to the 1860s, 1870s, and 1880s, bringing back old-fashioned cattle drives, rodeo skills, Native American Indians, and Buffalo Bill’s Wild Wes ... Read More
Celebrating the Cowboy Life
In Texas, traditions are as big as the state, and nothing says Texas tradition like good music, ice cold beer, and great friends gathering at a good ol’ cowboy bar. One of the best ones - it’s been confirmed by the American Cowboy magazine - in Texas is 11th Street Cowboy Bar, located in downtown Bandera. Only three bars in Texas received the honor, and once you’ve been to 11th Street Cowboy Bar, you know exactly why this unassuming watering hole made that list. From the street, one wo ... Read More
Honoring the American Cowboy
Working from sunup to sundown, taming the wilderness so that we could make our homes and build our lives, the American Cowboys are the pioneers who worked hard and persevered so that future generations might enjoy this great country of ours. A resolution passed by United States Senate in 2005 began the tradition of celebrating our Western heritage and the pioneering spirit of the first cowboys as well as those who carry on: ranchers, present-day cowboys, Western musicians and artists, cowboy p ... Read More
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The Texas Hill Country, sun splashed hills rolling into the distance, is home to historic towns bursting with character, personalities, and great things to do.
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