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AHERN CREEK RANCHES: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and W of US 281, on Ahern Creek Rd, N of TX 46.

ALAMO SPRINGS: Kendall County, on Old San Antonio Rd, 11 mi SE of Fredericksburg, S of Cain City and Grapetown, N of Sisterdale, near Luckenbach, not inc. and not recorded in TSHA or Wiki. A residential area with the now well-known Alamo Springs Cafe and the Old Tunnel Wildlife Management Area with an impressive Mexican free-tailed bat colony. Profile

ALBERT: Gillespie County, RM 1623, between Blanco and Stonewall, Pop 25, Profile

ALDINE: Uvalde County, N-central part, W of Concan, SW of Reagan Wells, on FM 1051.

ALGERITA: San Saba County, Hwy 190, E of Brady, 8 mi W of San Saba, Pop 20, TSHA

ANHALT: Comal County, N of San Antonio, W of US 281, on TX 46 at 1863 intersection. Home of famous Anhalt Dance Hall (see Dance Halls). More history at: Anhalt County: Comal

ART: in E-Central Mason County, TX 29, 8 mi E of Mason, 26 mi W of Llano, Pop 20. Un-incorporated. No gas; no stores. TSHA; Wiki.
Art United Methodist Church, 325-347-5816, TX 29 W.
West Art Cemetery: TX 29 W
The Hasse House: 915-347-6463; TX 29 E
US Post Office: 325-347-6595; 7866 TX 29 E, Art, TX 76820-9817

BABY HEAD: Llano County, TX 16, near Babyhead Mountain, 10 mi N of Llano in N-C Llano County. TSHA: "A post office was established there in 1879 with Shelby Walling as postmaster; the post office was closed in 1918. Baby Head was at one time the site of an election and justice court precinct and supported several small businesses and a school. By 1968 it was a rural community of twenty people marked only by a cemetery. In 1990 the population was still twenty."

BANDERA: Bandera County, TX 16/173, W of Boerne, SW of Medina, Pop 857, Profile

BANDERA FALLS: Bandera County, FR 1283, N of Medina Lake, not inc., see Medina Lake Area Profile

BANDERA RIVER RANCH: Bandera County; residential area just E of City of Bandera, on TX 16

BANKERSMITH: S-C Gillespie County, on Old San Antonio Rd, just above the Kendall County line. Ghost town, some ranches. Renamed Bikini, see below.

BARKSDALE: Edwards County, Hwy 55, S of Rocksprings, N of Camp Wood, Pop 1081, not inc., Profile

BEAR CREEK: Hays County, Camp Ben McCullough Rd, SW of Austin, NE of Driftwood, Pop 376, Wiki

BECK RANCH: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S of TX 46 and E of US 281, S of Smithson Valley

BEE CAVE: Travis County, TX 71, Pop 1700, Profile

BEND: San Saba County and Lampasas County, FM 580, 14 mi SE of San Saba, W of Lampasas, near Colorado Bend State Park, Pop 115, not inc., Profile

BERGHEIM: Kendall County, Hwy 46 & 3351, E of Boerne, NW of Bulverde, not inc., Profile

BERTRAM: Burnet County, TX 29, E of Burnet, NW of Liberty Hill, Pop 1258, Profile

BIKINIS: SC Gillespie County, at 7905 Old San Antonio Rd, SE of Fredericksburg. 7 mi S of US 290. The old ghost town of Bankersmith (see above) was re-born in 2013 as a music and entertainment venue (includes Guller Hall, an old-style dance hall), on 1.6 acres. Wiki. There is some controversy as tho whether it is actually in Gillespie or Kendall county. www.bikinistexas.com

BLANCO: Blanco County, US 281, N of Bulverde, Pop 1,593, Profile

BLOWOUT: NW Blanco County, RR 3347 (Althaus-Davis Rd) at intersection of A Davis Ranch Rd, a ghost town settlement along Comanche Creek near Comanche Spring, NE of Willow City, and 15 mi NW of Johnson City. TSHA, Profile2. Lat: 30.44694; Long: -98.57722. Elevation: 1271. Map. Founded in 1854. Location nearby of Blowout Cave, with a resident bat population, and the source of the community name.

BLUE HAVEN: Llano County, Lake LBJ area, W of Marble Falls, SE of Sunrise Beach, CR 2831

BLUE LAKE (ESTATES): Llano County, Lake LBJ area on S shore, next to Horseshoe Bay, W of Marble Falls. Not incorporated. www.bluelaketx.org. Tax Rate (2010): 1.8026/$100. BLUE LAKE POA: 830-598-5460. Precinct 1. Water: from City of Horseshoe Bay; Sewer: Llano County MUD#1, 830-598-5460. Schools: See Llano ISD. Post Office: Served by Horseshoe Bay. Electric: PEC. Garbage: Allied Waste. Internet: Northland Cable, Zeecon, 281 Communications, Blue Mountain. EMS: Marble Falls EMS. Fire: Served by Horseshoe Bay. Police: Llano County Sheriff. Blue Haven Foundation: Charitable activities in the area. Blue Lake Golf Course, 9 holes (See listing at Golf)

BLUFFTON: Llano County, RR 261 at RR 2241, W shore of Lake Buchanan, Pop 75, not inc., Profile

BLUMENTHAL: Gillespie County, US 290, 9 mi SE of Fredericksburg, W of Stonewall, not inc., TSHA

BOERNE: Kendall County, Hwy I-1, NW of San Antonio, SE of Comfort, Pop 9414, Profile

BONANZA BEACH: Burnet County, NE side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 2341

BRACKEN: Comal County; just N of I-35 on 2252, NE of San Antonio; SW of Garden Ridge

BRADY: McCulloch County (seat), Hwy 190/87/377/283/71, N of Mason, 115 mi NW of Austin, Pop 5523, Profile

BRIARCLIFF: Travis County, RR 820 N, Lake Travis area, Pop 845, Profile

BRIDLEGATE: Bandera County; residential area on SE corner of City of Bandera, on Lariat Blaze Rd.

BRIGGS: NE Burnet County, Intersection of Hwy 183 & FR 2657, SE of Lampasas, Pop 92, not inc., Map. TSHA, Wiki: "Its elevation is 1,102 feet (336 m), and it is located at 30°53' 23" N; 97°55" 30" W (30.8896255, -97.9250199). The ZCTA for ZIP Code 78608 had a population of 279 at the 2000 census. Founded as Springs, the community was soon renamed Gum Springs. The first settler in the area, a Missourian named W. T. Gann, arrived in the area in 1855, but the community was established along the Berry Creek in the last quarter of the nineteenth century. A post office was established under the name of Taylor's Gin (named for leading settler Stephen Taylor) on 27 March 1888; it did not assume its current name until 21 June 1898, when local doctor William Hazelwood was able to have the community renamed for his mother-in-law. The community prospered in the early 1900s; although major fires and the early effects of the Great Depression seriously impacted the community, it reached its height in 1936, from which it has since declined.". Home of Fault Line Flyers (gliders), www.faultlineflyers.org. Annual car show: 512-556-1471. Tax Rate (2010): 1.745/$100; DIANE'S CAFE: 512-489-2393; 176 S Loop 308, Briggs, TX 78608. USPO: 512-489-2211; 140 Loop 308, Briggs, TX; BRIGGS VFD: 512-756-8080; 512-498-2342 512-489-2342, POB 7, 191 Loop 308, Briggs, TX 78608. BRIGGS SCHOOLHOUSE: 215 Loop 308, Briggs, TX 78608; BRIGGS COMMUNITY CENTER: 215 Loop 308; BRIGGS FOODD PANTRY; US POST OFFICE: 512-489-2211; 140 Loop 308, Briggs, TX 78608-9998; FIREFLY SPACE SYSTEMS: just off U.S. 183, near the intersection of CR 210. Specializes in customized small rocket technology primarily used to launch small satellites into space. HAROLD'S USED CARS & PARTS: 800-770-6199; 223 CR 218, Briggs, TX; GUM SPRINGS BAR & GRILL: 512-627-5717; 3225 US 183, Briggs, TX 78608, Restaurant/Cafe; HILL COUNTRY WATER WELL: 512-489-2427; 2740 CR-210, Briggs, TX, 78608; BRIGGS BAPTIST CHURCH: 505 Loop 308, Briggs, TX 78608 (A non-profit food pantry (partner with Central Texas Food Bank).)

BROOKMEADOW: Now part of the incorporated area of The City of Woodcreek.

BROWNSBORO: Kendall County. Located on River Bend Road off the highway from Comfort to Sisterdale, on north bank of the Guadalupe River. The Brownsboro Cemetery and a few houses are all that remain of Brownsboro, one of Kendall County's earliest settlements dating back to 1848. Though it had been a thriving community, a flood in the 1870's, the railroad passing it by in 1887, and another flood in 1900 led to Brownsboro's demise. The school and post office were moved to higher ground near the intersection of Hwy 473 and Old #9 in 1897, and remained there until 1944. Land was donated for a cemetery in 1870. The Comfort Heritage Foundation later acquired the cemetery, applied for and obtained a historical marker. An officially designated Texas Historical Cemetery. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~txchf/cbrown.htm

BUCHANAN DAM: Llano County, TX 29, S tip of Lake Buchanan, Pop 1814, not inc., Profile

BUCHANAN LAKE VILLAGE: Llano County, NW shore of Lake Buchanan

BUDA: E Hays County, I-35, 17 mi SW of Austin, 60 mi NE of San Antonio, Pop 2204, Profile

BUENA VISTA: Burnet County, SE side of Lake Buchanan, on N shore of Inks Lake, residential area, TX 29 and CR 690, S side of 29

BUFFALO GAP: Travis County, NW of Lakeway, W of Mansfield Dam, on S shore of Lake Travis, on 620

BULVERDE: Comal County, US 281, N of San Antonio, Pop 5023, Profile

BULVERDE ESTATES: SW Comal County, residential area, just W of US 281, N of Bulverde, on TX 46 S side, on Elm Valley Rd.

BULVERDE GARDENS: SW Comal County, residential area, just W of US 281, N of Bulverde, on TX 46 S side, on 1863 S side

BULVERDE OAKS: SW Comal County, residential area, just W of US 281, N of Bulverde, on TX 46 S side, N of 1863

BULVERDE HILLS: SW Comal County, residential area, just W of US 281, N of Bulverde, on TX 46 S side, N of 1863

BULVERDE RANCHETTES: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and just W of US 281, N of Bulverde, on TX 46 S side, on Casey Rd.

BURNET: Burnet County (seat), US 281, N of Marble Falls, S of Lampasas, Pop 5156, Profile


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CAIN CITY: S Gillespie County, 4 mi SE of Fredericksburg, on Old San Antonio Rd, N of Grapetown, near Luckenbach, TSHA

CALF CREEK: SW McCulloch County, FR 1311, S of Hwy 90, E of Menard, 12 mi SW of Brady, Pop 23, TSHA, Wiki

CALICO MEADOWS: Blanco County, just S of Blanco, US 281, residential area

CAMP LONGHORN: Burnet County, SE of Lake Buchanan, residential area, on W shore of Inks Lake, on CR 301 near TX 29

CAMP SAN SABA: Mason County, Half way between Mason and Brady, on Hwy 87; not to be confused with the much larger town of San Saba.

CAMP STEWART: Kerr County; Just of Hwy 39, a few miles W of Hunt

CAMP VERDE: Kerr County, SE of Center Point, Pop 41, Profile

CAMP WOOD: Real County, Hwy 55 & 337, N of Montell, S of Barksdale and Rocksprings, Pop 820, Profile

CAMP YOUNG JUDAEA: Now part of the incorporated area of The City of Woodcreek.

CANYON CITY: Comal County, Hwy 306, SE corner on Canyon Lake, see Canyon Lake Area
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CANYON LAKE AREA: Comal County, Hwy 306, Profile (Canyon City, Cranes Mill, Hancock, Sattler, Startzville)

CANYON LAKE MOBILE HOME ESTATES AND NORTH ESTATES: W Comal County, residential area, SW side of Canyon Lake, at Overhill and Cranes Mill Rd.

CASSIE: Burnet County, NE side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 690

CASTELL: Llano County; Intersection of RR 152 and RR 2768, on Llano River (S side), 18 mi E of Mason, 18 mi W of Llano, 3 mi S of TX 29; Pop 72. See Profile

CAVE CREEK: Gillespie County, NE of Fredericksburg, just NE of RR 2721 and 1631 intersection.
  • CAVE CREEK SCHOOL & COMMUNITY CENTER: 470 Cave Creek Rd. Rural school built in 1881, consolidated with Fredericksburg in 1950. Site for precinct polling since 1889, and clubhouse for the Cave Creek 4-H Club. Community Club organized and currently meets monthly. Rental Contact: Jan Iwanicki, 830-990-1778
  • See Friends Profile including town and school history and pictures
  • CAVE CREEK AIRSOFT & PAINTBALL PARK: 830-997-0945; 103 Cave Creek Rd
  • ST PAUL LUTHERAN OF CAVE CREEK: 830-997-2288; 9732 RR 1631. Facebook. Est 1893
CEDAR VALLEY: SW Travis County, E of Dripping Springs, W of Oak Hill, mostly along US 290. "Mark Thomas, an early settler, gave land for a school in 1867. A post office opened in 1872 with Peter Wuthrich as postmaster. By the mid-1880s Cedar Valley had two churches, a district school, and forty residents; area farmers shipped cotton, wool, and hides. The population of the community rose to 100 by the late 1930s but fell to fifty by 1949. The post office was discontinued in 1957, and mail for Cedar Valley was sent to Austin. The population increased to 150 in the late 1960s but stabilized at seventy from the 1970s through 2000.", per TSHA Profile

CENTER POINT: Kerr County, Hwy 27 & RR 480, W of Comfort, SE of Kerrville, Pop 800, Profile

CENTEX: Hays County, CR 140, near IH-35, NE of San Marcos

CHAPPEL: San Saba County; approx at intersection of FM 501, FM 1031, FM 448, SE of San Saba, SW of Bend, W of Lampasas, NE of Cherokee, on Cherokee Creek, near Colorado Bend State Park. Near Rough Creek area. Rough Creek Cemetery, off FM 1031. Location of annual Christian services "camp meeting" that started in 1858 and continues.

CHEROKEE: San Saba County; TX 16 & Ponotoc Rd, N of Llano, S of San Saba. See Profile

CHERRY MOUNTAIN LOOP: N-Central Gillespie County; Hwy 87, NW of Fredericksburg, SE of Mason.
  • CHERRY MOUNTAIN SCHOOL & COMMUNITY CENTER: 2866 Cherry Mountain Loop. Rural school built in 1926, consolidated with Fredericksburg in 1949. Includes original school building (circa 1883) now a restored log cabin and mini-museum. Community Club organized, contact: Donnie Schuch
  • See Friends Profile including town and school history and pictures
CHERRY SPRING: N-Central Gillespie County; Hwy 87, NW of Fredericksburg, SE of Mason.
  • CHERRY SPRING DANCE HALL: (see Dance Halls)
  • CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH: 1419 Cherry Spring Rd
  • CHERRY SPRING SCHOOL & COMMUNITY CENTER: 5973 RR 2323. Rural school built in 1885, pavilion built in 1935, consolidated with Fredericksburg in 1972. State historical marker. Community Club organized and currently meets monthly. Annual BBQ picnic. Rental Contact: Helen Birck, 830-669-2243
  • See Friends Profile including town and school history and pictures
  • CHERRY SPRING SMOKEHOUSE: 830-669-2426; 930 Regu Rd, Fredericksburg, 17 mi NW of Fredericksburg. Processing & Storage. Cherry Spring School: 5973 RR 2323
  • Spring Wildlife Management Area Association
CIELO SPRINGS: Blanco County, just S of Blanco, US 281, residential area

CLEAR CREEK: Burnet County, SE of Lake Buchanan, on N shore of Inks Lake, on TX 29.

CLEAR CREEK RANCHES: Blanco County, NW of Blanco, NW of Flugrath, on RR 1623

CLICK: Llano County; TX 16, N of Fredericksburg, 15 mi SE of Llano, E of TX 16 and W of TX 71; at CR 306, 306B and 315. Texas Escapes Profile

CLIFFS AT WATER RIDGE: Llano County, S shore of Lake Buchanan, on Hwy 261 near TX 29 intersection

COLINA COVE: Llano County, E side of Kingsland, on E side of Colorado River, residential area, CR 2342 and 1431

COMAL: Comal County; I-35, on SW side of New Braunfels

COMAL HILLS & COMAL HILLS UNIT 2: NW Comal County, residential area, NW of Canyon Lake, on S side of 306.

COMAL TRACE: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S side of TX 46 and just E of US 281

COMMANCHE TRAIL: Travis County, near Lake Travis, residential area; http://www.comanchetrail.org

COMFORT: Kendall County, Hwy IH-10, 87, 27, NW of San Antonio, S of Fredericksburg, Pop 2358, not inc., Profile

CONCAN: Uvalde County, Hwy 83, 27, S of Leakey, N of Uvalde, Pop 225, not inc., Profile

COTTONWOOD SHORES: Burnet County, Lake LBJ area, W of Marble Falls, Pop 1011, Profile

COUNCIL CREEK SOUTH: Burnet County, E side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 2341

COUNCIL CREEK VILLAGE: Burnet County, E side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 2341

COYOTE RIDGE: NW Comal County, residential area, W of Canyon Lake, on US 281 just N of 311 intersection.

CRABAPPLE: Gillespie County, N of Fredericksburg, at 965 and Lower Crabapple Rd intersection. Photos
  • CRABAPPLE SCHOOL & COMMUNITY CENTER: 14671 Lower Crabapple Rd. Rural school built in 1882, teacherage built in 1878, consolidated with Fredericksburg in 1957. State historical marker. Community Club organized and currently meets monthly. Rental Contact: Jeanette Beckmann, 830-997-5116
  • See Friends Profile including town and school history and pictures
CRABAPPLE GROVE: Gillespie County, NE part of Fredericksburg, at TX 16 and Lower Crabapple Rd intersection.

CRANES MILL: Comal County, see Canyon Lake Area Profile

CREEKWOOD RANCHES: W Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, at 3159, 311 and TX 46, NW of Smithson Valley.

CROSS MOUNTAIN: NW Bexar County, NW of San Antonio, bounded by TX 1604, 87/IH-10, 16. W of IH-10. 20 mi NW of downtown San Antonio. This country subdivision began in the 1980s and by 1990 had 1,112 residents. In 2000 the population was 1,524. TSHA

CROSS MOUNTAIN & CROSS MOUNTAIN WEST: Gillespie County, N part of Fredericksburg, between 965 and N Cherry Street

CROSSWIND: Travis County, near Lake Travis, residential area; Hidden Hills; www.crosswind-hiddenhills.org

CUMMINS HEARD: Uvalde County, N-central part, NW of Concan, N of Reagan Wells, on FM 1051.

CYPRESS COVE: Comal County, residential area, NW of Canyon Lake, on S side of 306.

CYPRESS LAKE GARDENS: NW Comal County, residential area, NW of Canyon Lake, on S side of 306.

CYPRESS MILL: Blanco County, NE corner, RR 962, Pop 56, not inc., Profile

CYPRESS SPRINGS ON THE GUADALUPE: SW Comal County, residential area, S of Spring Branch and just W of US 281, on Rolling Creek Rd.

DAWN VIEW ACRES: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S of TX 46 and E of US 281, S of Smithson Valley, on 1863.

DEERHAVEN: Llano County, SW shore of Lake LBJ, W of Horseshoe Bay, on Hwy 2831. Located in Horseshoe Bay's extraterritorial jurisdiction. Governed by a POA, which manages its parks, pavilion and picnic facilities. Tax Rate (2010): 1.6531/$100. Precinct 1. www.deerhavenpoa.com. Has 352 lots, and about 100 homes in the subdivision, which are equally divided between full-time permanent residences and second home "weekend retreats". Deerhaven owns its private park with a swimming pool, a basket ball court, a boat launch ramp, a restroom, a pavilion and picnic facilities. Water: from City of Horseshoe Bay; Sewer: Llano County MUD#1, 830-598-5460. Schools: See Llano ISD. Post Office: Served by Horseshoe Bay. Electric: PEC. Garbage: Allied Waste. Internet: Northland Cable, Zeecon, 281 Communications, Blue Mountain. EMS: Marble Falls EMS. Fire: Served by Horsehoe Bay. Police: Llano County Sheriff.

DEER MEADOWS: W Comal County, residential area, SW side of Canyon Lake, at Overhill and Cranes Mill Rd.

DEER RIVER: NW Comal County, residential area, NW of Canyon Lake, on N side of 306.

DEER SPRINGS: Burnet County, E of Buchanan Dam, W of Burnet, just S of TX 29

DELAWARE SPRINGS: Burnet County, N of Marble Falls, W side of US 281, includes Delaware Springs Municipal Golf Course

DELTA ACRES: Llano County; W of Llano, E of Castell on CR 152

DELTA ACRES 2: Llano County; W of Llano on TX 29

DELTA ACRES 3: Llano County; S of Llano on TX 16, S of Oxford, N of Fredericksburg

DELTA ACRES 4: Llano County; NW of Llano, between TX 16 and TX 71

DELTA ACRES 5: Llano County;

DEMARCO: Burnet County; US 281, N of Burnet, S of Lampasas

DEVIL'S HOLE: Burnet County, SE side of Lake Buchanan, on NE shore of Inks Lake, an area, TX 29 and Park Rd 4, S side of 29

DITTLINGER: Comal County; I-35, on SW side of New Braunfels

(THE) DIVIDE: Kerr County, near Ingram and Hunt. A hilltop area with historical significance, now just a ranching area. See Web

DONALL ESTATES: Burnet County, NE side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 2341

DOSS: Gillespie County, RR 648 & RR 783, NW of Fredericksburg, Pop 75, not inc., Profile

DOUBLE HORN CREEK: Burnet County; E of US 281, E of Marble Falls, W of Spicewood, on TX 71

DRIFTWOOD: Hays County, E of RR 12, N of Wimberley, S of Dripping Springs, Pop 21, not inc., Profile

DRIPPING SPRINGS: Hays County, US 290, W of Austin, E of Johnson City, Pop 1772, Profile


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ECKERT: Gillespie County, 13 mi N of Fredericksburg, TX 16 at RR 1323, not inc., Profile

EDGEWATER BEACH: Travis County, on Lake Travis, E of Spicewood, N of Point Venture, on Thurman Bend Rd.

ELM PASS: SE Kerr County, due S of Center Point, on Elm Pass Rd, about half way between TX 27 and TX 173. Unincorporated. See Profile regarding local ELM PASS VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT: Admin: 830-634-2083; 1247 Elm Pass Rd, Center Point, TX 78010. www.elmpassvfd.com. Subdivisions include: Elm Pass I, Elm Pass II and Bandera Hills

ELM RIDGE ESTATES: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and W of US 281, on Spring Branch Rd, on N side of TX 46.

ELM VALLEY: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and just W of US 281, N of Bulverde, on TX 46 S side, on Elm Valley Rd.

(THE) EMERALDS: Burnet County, E side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 690

ENCINA VISTA: W Comal County, residential area, NW of Canyon Lake, on S side of 306.

FAIR OAKS RANCH: Kendall County (southern most tip); N of IH-10, S of TX 46, SE of Boerne, NW of San Antonio. FAIRLAND: Burnet County; W of US 281, N of Marble Falls, on 1855. No Post Office

FALL CREEK ESTATES: Blanco County, far NW corner of county, 8 mi NE of Cypress Mill, at TX 71 and Fall Creek Rd.

FALL CREEK RANCHES: Blanco County, N of Blanco, S of Johnson City, E of US 281, off CR 411

FIELD CREEK: Llano County; TX 71, NW of Llano and Valley Springs, SE of Brady

FIRST CROSSING: Comal County; NW of IH-35, on NW of New Braunfels toward Canyon Lake

FISCHER: Comal County, Hwy 32, NW of Canyon Lake, Pop 20, not inc., Profile

FITZHUGH: Hays County, E of Hwy 12, N of US 290, Pop 25, not inc., Profile

FLAT CREEK RANCH: Blanco County, far E side of county, just S of Pedernales Falls State Park, on E side of RR 3232

FLATROCK FORD: Hays County, FM 1626, N of Kyle; SW of Buda

FLOYD ACRES: Llano County, W shore of Lake Buchanan, on Hwy 261

FLUGRATH: Blanco County, W of Blanco at 1623 & 1888.

FLYING L RANCH: Bandera County; residential area on SE corner of City of Bandera, on TX 173

FLYING R RANCH: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and W of US 281, on Flying R Ranch Rd, N of TX 46

FORREST LAKE ESTATES: NW Comal County, residential area, NW of Canyon Lake, on S side of 306.

FOUR POINTS: Travis County, S side of Lake Travis, just E of Marshal Ford, on FM 620 and 2222

FOX HILL: W Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, on 311, SE of Spring Branch, W of US 281, NW of Smithson Valley

FREDERICKSBURG: Gillespie County, US 290, W of Stonewall, E of Harper, N of Kerrville, Pop 10432, Profile

FREDONIA: Mason County (NW corner); TX 71, NW of Llano, SE of Brady, NE of Mason. US Post Office: 325-429-6243; 108 Main St, Fredonia, TX 76842-9998. Fredonia Peanut Company, 325-429-6211, RR 386, N of Square, at RR 1222

FREIHEIT: Comal County; I-35 and TX 1101, 3.5 mi NE of New Braunfels; History: ". . originated in 1891 as the San Geronimo School community. The school, named for a nearby creek, was on land donated by Henry A. Rose and served the blacklands farming area 3.5 miles northeast of New Braunfels. In 1906 a store opened near the school at the intersection of Eberling Lane and Prairie Lea Road. In 1910 Alonzo Nolte, owner of the store, organized the Freiheit Bowling Club, which lent its name to the crossroads community. In the reorganization of Comal County schools after World War II,qv the San Geronimo School was consolidated with the Goodwin Rural High School. The crossroads on Farm Road 1101 leading to New Braunfels Municipal Airport was still known as Freiheit (German for "freedom") in 1985."

GANDY: Burnet County; Just E of US 281, N of Burnet, S of Lampasas. No Post Office

GARDEN RIDGE: Comal County; Natural Bridge Caverns Rd, NE of San Antonio, on I-35, SW of New Braunfels

GARRET ISLAND: Burnet County, an island inside Lake Buchanan, far northern part of lake

GEOLA ESTATES: Llano County, W shore of Lake Buchanan, on Hwy 261

GOLDEN BEACH: Llano County, W shore of Lake Buchanan, on Hwy 261

GRANDVIEW BEACH: Burnet County, NE side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 2341

GRANITE HILLS: Burnet County, E side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 690, on E side

GRANITE MOUNTAIN: SW Burnet County, 3 mi W of Marble Falls, on FM 1431. TSHA: "It grew as a result of the quarries at nearby Granite Mountain. A post office called Granite was established there in 1886 with Nimrod Norton as postmaster. The post office name was changed to Granite Mountain in 1890. The Granite Mountain and Marble Falls City Railroad was chartered in October 1889 and constructed by the Austin and Northwestern Railroad Company; the new track provided easier access to the quarries by the following year. In the early 1890s Granite Mountain had a population of sixty; among the companies working in the community were the Texas Capital Granite Company, the Texas and New York Granite Company, and the Galveston Construction Company. The Granite Mountain post office was discontinued in 1911, and mail for the community was sent to Marble Falls. The number of residents was reported at twenty-five in 1933, at seventy-five in 1943, and at thirty in 1945; no population estimates were available after the 1940s."

GRANITE SHOALS: Burnet County, Lake LBJ area, W of Marble Falls, Pop 5025, Profile

GRAPETOWN: Gillespie County, SE of Fredericksburg, on Old San Antonio Rd, S of Cain City, near Luckenbach. www.grapetown.org. Annual Grapetown Family Picnic in mid-Sep, 1p at the Schoolhouse.
  • GRAPETOWN SCHOOL: 7325 Old San Antonio Road. Rural school built in 1884, consolidated in 1949. One of four schools which still has the original teacherage, the house where the teacher lived. This limestone two-room teacherage was built in 1887, and later a frame kitchen, storeroom, and smokehouse was erected. It was used until 1949 when Grapetown School District was consolidated with Rocky Hill School District as part of the rural school consolidation in Texas.
    From Historic Schools site below: "The Grapetown community began in 1857, when Ferdinand Doebbler built a stagecoach stop at the crossing of Immigrant Road and Upper South Grape Creek. As settlers moved into the community, a need arose for a school. Mr. Doebbler bought a small stone house from James William Vance, which he donated as a schoolhouse. After the Civil War, a log school was built on the Friedrich Baag property.". See Friends Profile including town and school history and picture. Also see Dance Halls
  • GRAPETOWN HALL, SHOOTING CLUB AND SHOOTING RANGE: 7349 Old San Antonio Rd.
  • GRAPETOWN COMMUNITY CLUB: Meets monthly at the hall. Hall available for rental.
    Contact Charlotte Dieke: 830-997-7298
  • GRAPETOWN CEMETERY: 0.3 mi S of town, on W side
GREENWOOD ACRES: Llano County, W shore of Lake Buchanan, on Hwy 261

GREENWOOD SHORES: Burnet County, NE of and adjacent to Granite Shoals, residential area, on 1431

GREY FOREST: NW of San Antonio, bounded by TX 1604, 87/IH-10, 16. 1 mi E of TX 16, 18 mi NW of central San Antonio. TSHA"The [suburban] community was developed around 1960 and incorporated by 1964. Grey Forest had a population of 385 in 1970, 442 in 1980, and 425 in 1990."

GRIT: Mason County, just NW of Mason, on Hwy 377 at Hwy 87 intersection, near Koockville

GRUENE: Comal County, Hwy 306, TX 46, I-35; Located inside New Branufels, Pop 20, not inc., Profile

GUADALUPE HEIGHTS: Kerr County, SE of Kerrville, S of IH-10, off TX 173; residential area

GUADALUPE HILLS RANCH: W Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, at TX 46 and US 281, W of US 281, W of Smithson Valley


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HAMMETT'S CROSSING: Travis County, at Blanco County line, where it crosses the Pedernales River, RR 3238/Hamilton Pool Rd, W of Bee Cave, E of Cypress Mill

HANCOCK: Comal County, see Canyon Lake Area Profile

HARKEYVILLE: San Saba County; Hwy 190, E of Brady, just W of San Saba

HARPER: Gillespie County, US 290, W of Fredericksburg, Pop 1006, not inc., Profile

HARWELL POINT: Llano County, SE side of Kingsland, E side of Colorado River, residential area, CR 1431

HAYS, CITY OF: Hays County; N of Buda, SW of Austin, 11 mi NW of San Marcos, between Kyle and Wimberley, on FM 1626. TSHA: " . . was perhaps the most ambitious failure in Hays County history. The community was a proposed replacement for San Marcos as the county seat and was laid out in 1908 on land owned by county-center advocate Hezekiah Williams. Within two years Hays City could boast of everything-a two-story hotel, a department store, a livery stable, a lumberyard, a church, and even a weekly newspaper (the Hays City Enterprise)-except settlers. In 1909 Williams went so far as to chart a rail route from Kyle to Hays City, but the town never attracted enough settlers to take on a life of its own, nor even to open a post office. Williams's petition for an election to make Hays City the county seat apparently failed, as did eventually all of his enterprises."

HEADWATERS RANCH: SW corner of Blanco County and NW corner of Kendall county, SW of Blanco, off CR 102

HEDWIGS HILL: S Mason County, Hwy 87, NW of Fredericksburg, SE of Mason, 5 mi S of Art. TSHA: "(Hedwig's, Hedwig) Hill, a dispersed rural community just off Hwy 87 . . is thought to be one of the oldest communities in the county. It was settled by the overflow of German settlers from nearby Fredericksburg, among them Christopher Voges and Louis Martin. Martin's mother and daughter were both named Hedwig, and the town is believed to have been named for them. One of the first post offices in the county opened at Hedwigs Hill in June 1858 with Louis Martin as postmaster; later his nephew, Charles Martin, became postmaster. In the late 1850s Charles Martin and his wife, Anna Henriette Mebus Martin, opened the community's first store. It was one of the best-stocked stores in the vicinity, and the Martins traded over a wide area, conducting a freighting business with San Antonio and Austin. The main shipments from Hedwigs Hill were cotton and livestock. The community store was also one of the first to begin selling barbed wire when the local ranchers began to fence the ranges in the late 1880s. A Methodist Episcopal church was established at Hedwigs Hill in 1870; at one time there were as many as three churches in the area. In the late 1800s and early 1900s the community also had a district school. With the establishment of better local roads, which facilitated travel to larger towns, Hedwigs Hill declined. Its post office closed in 1907, and its estimated population from the 1930s through the 1950s was only ten. The community had at least one store in the early 1960s, and by 1968 its reported population had grown to sixty-three. The last dwelling at the old Hedwigs Hill townsite, reportedly the home of Louis Martin, was moved to the Ranching Heritage Center in Lubbock at Texas Tech University in 1971. By 1974 the reported population of the Hedwigs Hill area had grown to eighty-five, but by 1990 it had dropped to ten. The population remained the same in 2000.". Llano River Fish Camp: 1255 West Ave

HENLY: Hays County, US 290, W of Dripping Springs, Pop 55, Profile

HEXT: Menard County, TX 29, SE of Menard, NW of Brady. Pop: 73; Menard ISD. TSHA; Wiki. US Post Office: 325-396-2050; 15193 TX 29, Hext, TX 76848-9870. Hext Trading Post & Cafe.

HICKORY GROVE: Mason County; in NE corner of county, about 5 mi S of Pontotoc. A "ghost" community, and includes the secluded Circle Star Ranch, nestled in a small valley entered and exited from the north and the south by one road - a bumpy, dusty (or muddy), dirt road.

HIDDEN HILLS: Travis County, near Lake Travis, residential area; Also see Crosswind.www.crosswind-hiddenhills.org

HIDDEN VALLEY RANCH: Blanco County, N of Blanco, S of Johnson City, W of US 281, off CR 203 (Miller Creek Loop)

HIGHLAND LAKES AREA: Profile (Austin Lake, Lake Buchanan, Inks Lake, Lady Bird Lake,
Lake LBJ, Lake Marble Falls, Lake Travis)

HIGHLAND HAVEN: SW Burnet County; RM 1431 and CR 125, 7 mi W of Marble Falls, E of Kingsland. www.highlandhaventx.com. Zip: 78654. Incorporated retirement community development on the upper end of Lake LBJ. Precinct 9. TSHA. Pop (2000): 450." Tax Rate (2010): 1.7418/$100. CITY HIGHLAND HAVEN: 830-265-4366; 510-A Highland Dr; City Water Dept; Most other utilities provided by agencies in Marble Falls, with details at above HH web site. 6 city-owned parks. HIGHLAND HAVENS POA: 830-265-4366; 510-B Highland Dr, Highland Haven, TX 78654. . Neighbors unincorporated Nobles Addition. CAMP CHAMPION: 830-598-2571. HIGHLAND HAVEN COMMUNITY CENTER: 118 Blackbird Dr, Highland Haven, TX 78654. No Post Office

HIGHLAND WATERS: Bandera County, 5 mi NW of Bandera, SE of Medina, off TX 16.

(THE) HIGHLANDS: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S of TX 46 on E side of US 281

HILDA: SE Mason County; .5 mi E of RR 783, W of Hwy 87, S of Mason. TSHA

HILLINGDON: A ghost town, about one third of the way from Comfort to Fredericksburg.

(THE) HILLS: Travis County, Lake Travis area, Pop 1492, Profile

(THE) HILLS OF MADRONE RANCH: Blanco County, N of Blanco, S of Johnson City, W of US 281

HILL TOP: Gillespie County; Hwy 87, N of Fredericksburg, Profile

HORSESHOE BAY: Burnet and Llano County, Lake LBJ area, W of Marble Falls, residential resort, Pop 3337, Profile

HO LE HACE: Blanco County, N of Blanco, S of Johnson City, E of US 281, off CR 411

HOOVER'S VALLEY: W edge of Burnet County, NE of Kingsland, NW of Granite Shoals, S of Inks Lake State Park and Longhorn Caverns. Residential/ranching area on FM 2342. Hoover's Valley Cafe (Tue-Sat) & Country Store at 7203 Park Road 4, Burnet, TX: 512-715-9574; Hoover Valley VFD, 303 CR118B: 830-385-1526. Hoover's Cemetery. Home of the new Perissos Vineyard & Winery (see Wine). Just W of Falkenstein Castle, but it can be seen on the hilltop from here. HOOVER VALLEY VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT: 303 Sherwood Dr,

HOUSE MOUNTAIN: S Llano County, W OF Prairie Mountain in .

HUDSON BEND: Travis County, RR 820N, Lake Travis area, Pop 2369, not inc., Profile

HUNT: Kerr County, Off Hwy 39, SW of Kerrville, Pop 798, Profile

HUNTER: E Comal County, at intersection of Hwy 1102 and Hwy 2439, and just off I-35, SW of San Marcos, NE of New Braunfels. TSHA; POP (2000): 30. Home of famous Riley's Tavern (see Dance Halls).

HYBRID RANCHES: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S of TX 46 and E of US 281, S of Smithson Valley

HYE: Blanco County, US 290, W of Johnson City, E of Fredericksburg, Pop 105, not inc., Profile

INDIAN BEND: Llano County, E of Llano, TX 29

INDIAN HILLS: Llano County, SW shore of Lake Buchanan, on Hwy 261 and 1431

INDIAN HILLS and INDIAN HILLS UNIT 2: NW Comal County, residential area, NW of Canyon Lake, on S side of 306.

INDIAN SPRINGS: Llano County, NW of Llano, RR 2241

INGRAM: Kerr County, Hwy 27 & 39, W of Kerrville, Pop 1891, Profile

INVERNESS POINT: Travis County, near Lake Travis, residential area; POA: www.ippoa.org

JINKS BRANCH: W Williamson County, Between Liberty Hill and Leander just W of Hwy 183

JO JAN VAN: Real County, E of Hwy 55, S of Rocksprings, N of Camp Wood, just N of Vance near intersection of Hwy 377 and TX 2631, near Bullhead Creek.

J0HNSON CITY: Blanco County, US 281/290, E of Fredericksburg, Pop 1528, Profile

JONESTOWN: Travis County; RM 1431, SW of Cedar Park, on N shore of Lake Travis, N of Hudson Bend; Profile

JOPPA: NE Burnet County; An unincorporated community located on the N Fork of the San Gabriel River 7 mi NE of Bertram. CR 210

JUNCTION: Kimble County, Hwy IH-10/337, Pop 2576, Profile

JUNGFRAU HILL ESTATES: Kendall County, near Welfare and Waring off IH-10, NW of Boerne, SE of Comfort, residential area

KATEMCY: Mason County; On RR 1221, 1 mi E of TX 71, W of Fredonia, S of Brady, 10 mi N of Mason. Coordinates: 30°54'46 N, 99°15'14 W, Elev: 1680 ft, Zip code: 325; Pop: 90 (2000); Unincorporated. Profiles: Wiki; TSHA; Texas Escapes; Map; Weather

KELLY EMERALDS: Burnet County, E side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 690

KENDALIA: Kendall County, RR 473/FM 3351, E of Sisterdale, W of US 281, Pop 76, not inc., Profile

KENDALIA RANCHES: SW corner of Blanco County and NW corner of Kendall county, SW of Blanco, off CR 102

KERRVILLE: Kerr County, Hwy IH-10, Pop 20425, Profile

KICKING HORSE ESTATES: Blanco County, residential area, W of Johnson City, US 290, N side

KING COVE ESTATES: Llano County, E side of Kingsland, on E side of Colorado River, residential area, CR 2342 and CR 135

KINGSLAND: Llano County, RM 1431, NW of Marble Falls, SE of Llano, Pop 4584, Profile

KINGSLAND RANCH: Llano County, E side of Kingsland, on E side of Colorado River, residential area, CR 2342

KOOCKVILLE: Mason County, just W of Mason, on Hwy 377 at Hwy 87 intersection near Grit

KOTHMAN NORTH: Blanco County, N of Blanco, S of Johnson City, E of US 281

KYLE: NE Hays County, I-35, 20 mi SW of Austin, NE of San Antonio, Pop 17770, Profile


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LAGO VISTA: Travis County, RM 1431, Lake Travis area, Pop 5573, Profile

LAGUNA VISTA: Burnet County, E of Lake Buchanan, N shore of Inks Lake, on S side of TX 29, residential area.

LAKE OF THE HILLS: Southern Blanco County and NW Comal County, residential area, NW of Canyon Lake, on N side of 306.

LAKE POINTE: Travis County; Lake Travis

LAKE ON FLAT CREEK: Blanco County, residential area, just W of and adjacent to Johnson City, US 290, N side

LAKE VICTOR: Burnet County; Just E of US 281, N of Burnet, S of Lampasas. No Post Office. LAKE VICTOR COMMUNITY CENTER: 200 Lake Ave, Lake Victor, TX 78611. LAKE VICTOR BAPTIST CHURCH: 254-547-6732; 3030 FM 2340.

LAKEHILLS: Bandera County, PR 37/FR 471, Pop 5,292, on the N shore of Lake Medina, in the Lake Hills Area; see Medina Lake Area Profile

LAKESIDE BEACH: Burnet County; E of US 281, E of Marble Falls, N of Spicewood, on Colorado River, on CR 410

LAKEVIEW ACRES: Llano County, NW shore of Lake Buchanan, on Hwy 3014, next to Buchanan Lake Village

LAKEVIEW ACRSS: Llano County, E side of Kingsland, residential area, CR 1431

LAKEWAY: Travis County, RR 820N, Lake Travis area, Pop 8852, Profile

LAKEWOOD ESTATES: Bandera County, just W of TX 1283; a residential area just N and E of Lake Medina, in the Lake Hills Area; see Medina Lake Area Profile

LAKEWOOD FOREST III: Llano County, NE side of Kingsland, on W side of Colorado River, residential area, CR 2545

LAMPASAS: Lampasas County, Hwy 183/190/281, W of Temple, SE of San Saba, Pop 7867, Profile

LAND MART: Blanco County, NW of Blanco, NW of Flugrath, S side of RR 1623

(THE) LANDING: Blanco County, 2 mi N of Blanco, US 281, residential area

LANDON CROSSING: Blanco County, near Blanco, residential area

LANTANA RIDGE: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and W of US 281, near Rolling Creek Rd.

LEGION: Kerr County; Hwy 27, SE of Kerrville, adjacent to Kerrville

LEAKEY: Real County, Hwy 83 & 337, N of Uvalde, Pop 372, Profile

LEANDER: SW Williams County, S of Liberty Hill, N of Cedar Park, just W Hwy 183. Incorporated, Pop (2000): 7596. Profile

LEANING OAKS RANCH: SW Comal County, residential area, part of Spring Branch, on W side of US 281, on Spring Branch Rd and 281.

(THE) LEGENDS: Llano County, E side of Kingsland, on E side of Colorado River, residential area, CR 2342

LEGEND HILLS: Llano County, W side of Llano, residential area, CR 152

LIBERTY HILL: SW Williamson County; TX 29, E of Burnet, NW of Leander, 15 mi W of Georgetown, 33 mi NW of Austin, between the N and S forks of San Gabriel River. Pop (2000): 1409. Profile

LINDENDALE: NE Kemdall County, near SW Blanco County. Located midway on RR 1888 (the road from Blanco to Luckenbach/Fredericksburg) between RR 1376, and RR 1623. The community has met at least once per month for potluck dinners, for the last sixty years. Historic Lindendale One-Room School House. Community Improvement Association. TSO Profile

LITTLE MIDLAND: Burnet County, E side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 690

LIVE OAK CANYON: Blanco County, far NW corner of county, just NE of Pedernales Falls State Park

LLANO: Llano County, TX 16, N of Fredericksburg, Pop 3664, Profile

LOG COUNTRY COVE: Llano County, E side of Kingsland, on E side of Colorado River, residential area, CR 2342

LOMAS ESCONDIDAS: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S of TX 46 and E of US 281, on Stahl Ln

LOMETA: Lampasas County, Hwy 190/183, E of San Saba, NW of Lampasas. Profile

LONDON: Kimble County; 337, near RR 1221, 18 mi NE of Junction; Profile

LONE GROVE: Llano County, RR 2241, W of Bluffton

LONG MOUNTAIN: W Mason County; Hwy 377 NW of Junction, W of Mason, on W county border

LONGHORN CAVERNS: Burnet County, NE of Kingsland, W of US 281, on P4 (Park Road 4)

LONGHORN VALLEY: Llano County, E side of Kingsland, on E side of Colorado River, residential area, CR 2342

LOST CREEK: SW Travis County; 7 mi W of downtown Austin. Bee Cave Rd, E of Bee Cave, W of Austin. TSHA: "Named for Lost Creek, a tributary of Barton Creek, the development began in the early 1970s with the purchase of land from W. H. Bullard. The 746-acre subdivision grew during a building boom of the late 1970s and early 1980s with the construction of a sewage treatment plant, golf course, and country club. In 1990 the population was 4,095. That number had increased to 4,729 in 2000."

LOWER SOUTH GRAPE CREEK: Gillespie County, E of Fredericksburg on US 290.
  • LOWER SOUTH GRAPE CREEK SCHOOL & COMMUNITY CENTER: 10273 E US US 290. Rural school built in 1901, consolidated with Fredericksburg in 1960. Community Club organized and currently meets monthly. Rental Contact: Myrtle Pfeiffer Riffe, 830-644-2544
  • See Friends Profile including town and school history and pictures
LOYAL VALLEY: Mason County; Hwy 87, NW of Fredericksburg, SE of Mason. Loyal Valley VFD, 325-347-7088; 18648 RR 2242, Mason, TX 76856

LUCKENBACH: Gillespie County, RR 1376 & 1888, SW of Fredericksburg, N of Sisterdale, Pop 3, Profile


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MAHOMET: Burnet County, Hwy 138, just W of Hwy 183, SE of Lampasas, 10 mi NE of Bertram. Formerly Sycamore Springs. TSHA. POP (2000): 47. No Post Office

MARBLE FALLS: Burnet County, US 281, N of Johnson City, Pop 5503, Profile

MARSHALL FORD: Travis County, S side of Lake Travis, E of Mansfield Dam, just W of Four Points, on FM 620

MASON: Mason County, N of Llano, W of Llano, NW of Fredericksburg, S of Brady, Pop 2168, Profile

MEADOWLAKES: Burnet County, SE Lake LBJ area, W of Marble Falls, Pop 1293, Profile

MEDINA: Bandera County, RR 337, E of Vanderpool, W of Bandera, Pop 2960, not inc., Profile

MEDINA LAKE SHORES/HIGHLANDS: Bandera County, FR 1283/PR 37, not inc., not part of Medina Lake Area (see below).

MEDINA LAKE AREA: Profile (Bandera Falls, Lakehills, Medina Lake, Mico); Medina County

MENARD: Menard County; Hwy 83/190, SW of Brady, N of Junction. See Portal Profile

MICO: Medina County, FR 471 Medina Lake Rd, on S shore of Lake Medina, Pop 98, see
Lake Medina Area Profile

MILL CREEK RANCH: Burnet County; W of US 281, E of Kingsland, on 1855

MISTY HILLS: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S of TX 46 and E of US 281, S of Smithson Valley, on 1863

MONTELL: Uvalde County, Hwy 55, N of Uvalde, S of Camp Wood, Pop 20, Profile

MORGAN CREEK: Burnet County, E side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 2341

MOUNT GAINOR: Western Hays County, 21 mi NW of San Marcos. "Was a school and church community from 1872 to 1879, was also the site of a post office. In the late nineteenth century the neighborhood was known as an entertainment center; its social gatherings are said to have included ice cream suppers, picnics, dances, and three-day barbecues" per TSHA Profile

MOUNT WESLEY: Kerr County, NW corner of Kerrville, S of IH-10, residential area, not inc.

MOUNTAIN CITY: Hays County, FM 2770, N of Kyle; SW of Buda

MOUNTAIN CREEK: Blanco County, far E side of county, just S of Pedernales Falls State Park, on W side of RR 3232

MOUNTAIN HOME: Kerr County, RR 479, N of IH-10, S on 290, W of Fredericksburg, SW of Harper, Pop 96, Profile

MOUNTAIN SPRINGS RANCH: W Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, at 3159, 311 and TX 46, N of Smithson Valley

MEUSEBACH CREEK: Gillespie County, S of Fredericksburg. Rural school site.
  • MEUSEBACH CREEK SCHOOL & COMMUNITY CENTER: 515 Kuhlmann Road. Rural school built in 1930s, consolidated with Fredericksburg in 1954. Community Club organized and currently meets monthly. Rental Contact: Darlene Lochte, 830-997-5755.
  • See Friends Profile including town and school history and pictures
MYSTIC SHORES: Comal County, large residential area, N and NE of Canyon Lake, on both sides of 306.

NAMELESS: W Travis County, on FM 2243, and Nameless Ranch Road. N of Jonestown, SW of Leander. Unincorporated area.

NARUNA: Burnet County, Naruna Rd, at intersection of CR 111, SW of Lampasas, on county line between Burnet and Lampasas counties. No Post Office

NEBGEN: Gillespie County, NE of Fredericksburg. Rural school site.
  • NEBGEN SCHOOL & COMMUNITY CENTER: 1718 North Grape Creek Road. Rural school built in 1936, consolidated with Fredericksburg in 1949. Community Club organized and currently meets monthly. Rental Contact: Genevieve "Jenny" Prochnow, 830-644-2343
  • See Friends Profile including town and school history and pictures
NEW BRAUNFELS: Comal County, I-35, NE of San Antonio, SW of Austin, Pop 51804, Profile

NEW FOUNTAIN: Medina County; RR 2676, N of Hwy 90, 4 mi NE of Hondo. Rural community. TSHA: " . . By the mid-1980s all that remained in the community was the church and the adjoining cemetery."

NEW SWEDEN: McCulloch County, Hwy 190, E of Brady, W of San Saba

NIX: Lampasas County, FM 580, SE of San Saba, W of Lampasas, W of Bend, near Colorado Bend State Park. No Post Office.

NOBLES ADDITION: SW Burnet County; RM 1431 and CR 125, 7 mi W of Marble Falls, E of Kingsland, next to Highland Havens. See www.highlandhaventx.com. Zip: 78654. Unincorporated residential community.

NORTH RIDGE ACRES: Llano County, N of Llano, TX 16

NORTH SHORE ACRES: Travis County, S of Lago Vista, on W shore of Lake Travis, at Lohman Ford Rd and Sylvester Ford Rd.

NORTHWEST HILLS: Gillespie County, Hwy 87, just NW of Fredericksburg, not inc.

NORTHWOOD HILLS: Gillespie County, NE part of Fredericksburg, at Northwood Hills Dr and Lower Crabapple Rd intersection

NOXVILLE: Kimble County, RR 479, N of 290, E of Seqouia

OAK CLIFF ACRES: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and W of US 281, N of Bulverde, on TX 46 S side.

(WESTERN) OAK HILL: Travis County; TX 71, 290, W of Austin. Most addresses here carry an Austin PO address. See Oak Hill City Profile.

(THE) OAK ORCHARD ENCLAVE: Now part of the incorporated area of The City of Woodcreek.

OAK RIDGE: Blanco County, 2 mi N of Johnson City, on W side of US 281, across from Cypress Mill Intersection.

OAK SPRINGS: SW Comal County, residential area, W of Spring Branch and W of US 281, on Spring Branch Rd.

OAK VILLAGE NORTH: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S of TX 46 and E of US 281, S of Smithson Valley, on 1863

OAKLAND ESTATES: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and W of US 281, on Ahern Creek Rd, on TX 46 N side.

OASIS: W Travis County; borders Lake Travis on SE shore; not inc., See Oasis Profile.

OATMAN CREEK: S Llano County; TX 16, N of Fredericksburg, 9 mi S of Llano; a ghost community. The closed Oatman Creek Baptist Church building (build 1908) remains and belongs to the Oxford Cemetery Assn.

OATMEAL: Burnet County (E side); Hwy 243, S of Bertram. No Post Office. From Facebook: "Oatmeal is an unincorporated community in Burnet County, Texas, United States. It is situated along RM 243, approximately eight miles southeast of Burnet and 56 miles northwest of Austin.

History: The area's first settlers were German families during the late 1840s. The community's name is either an alteration of a Mr. Othneil – the area's first gristmill owner, or a supposed translation of the name Habermill (Haber being a German dialect word for Hafer, "oats"). A post office was established in 1853 under the name Oatmeal. The first schoolhouse opened in 1858, only to be replaced by a second building eleven years later. A gin built in the 1870s continued to serve as a local landmark into the early 1900s. A cemetery was deeded in 1871, although burials were recorded in the area as early as 1854. In 1936, Oatmeal had a school, two churches, and scattered dwellings. By 1990, the population was around twenty – consisting mostly of families engaged in farming and ranching. That figure remained the same in 2000.

Stringtown: Following the Civil War, a colony of freed slaves, "freedmen", settled in the eastern part of Oatmeal. The settlement, known as Stringtown, included homes, a building used as a church and school, and Burnet County's only all-black cemetery. The community of Stringtown remained in existence until the early 1920s.

Oatmeal Festival: Since 1978, the community of Oatmeal and the nearby city of Bertram have celebrated an annual Oatmeal Festival. Ken Odiorne, a local resident, started the tradition by writing to the major producers of oatmeal at the time to ask for assistance. Only one company, National Oats, responded. The Oatmeal Festival has played a significant role in the continued notoriety and existence of Oatmeal, Burnet County's second oldest community."

OGDEN: Comal County; I-35, on SW side of New Braunfels

OXFORD: S Llano County; TX 16, N of Fredericksburg, S of Llano; Oxford Cemetery, Oxford Cemetery Association; Oxford Campground & RV Park. No Post Office

PARADISE POINT: Llano County, NW shore of Lake Buchanan, on Hwy 3014, next to Buchanan Lake Village

PARKVIEW ACRES: Llano County, W side of Llano, residential area, CR 152

PEBBLE BEACH: Bandera County, TX 1283; a residential area on the N shore of Lake Medina, in the Lake Hills Area; see Medina Lake Area Profile

PEBBLE BEACH: Llano County, W shore of Lake Buchanan, on Hwy 261

PECAN CREEK: Gillespie County, N of Fredericksburg. Rural school site.
  • PECAN CREEK SCHOOL & COMMUNITY CENTER: 3410 Pecan Creek Rd. Rural school built in 1916, consolidated with Fredericksburg in 1955. Community Club organized and currently meets monthly, contact: Margaret Priess: 830-997-8267. Annual picnic. Rental Contact: Helen Feller, 830-669-2546
  • See Friends Profile including town and school history and pictures
PEDERNALES: Blanco County, residential area, just W of US 281, N of Johnson City, on RR 1323 on S side

PEDERNALES RANCH ESTATES: Blanco County, residential area, just W of US 281, N of Johnson City, on RR 1323 on S side

PERSIMMON HILL: SW Comal County, residential area, just W of US 281, N of Bulverde, on TX 46 S side, on Persimmon Hill Rd, N of 1863

PEYTON COLONY: Blanco County, 9 mi E of Blanco at FM 165 & 2325. Cemetery. Historic school house (closed, but being remodeled). Historic lime kiln. Mount Horeb Baptist Church (593 Peyton Colony Rd). Peyton Colony Heritage Foundation (733 Peyton Colony Rd). Town name as also been listed as Board House, Boardhouse, Payton, and simply Peyton. See: TSHA; Profile. Info contact: Lawrence Coffee: 830-833-4183.

PIONEER TOWN: Off RR 12, SW of Wimberley. Apparently not an "official" town, but possibly a shopping area.

PIPE CREEK: Bandera County, TX 16, E of Bandera, W of Boerne, Pop 66, not inc., Profile

PLEASANT HILL (VALLEY): Blanco County, located just off US 290 on S Side on CR 205 (Rocky Rd), 7 mi W of Johnson City, E of Fredericksburg, E of Hye, near Rocky Creek and "Rocky" area. Historic Pleasant Hill-Rocky Schoolhouse (183 Rocky Rd, Johnson City). Pleasant Hill-Rocky Community Club, 830-868-7323. Popular annual Smorgasbord. Pleasant Hill-Rocky Schoolhouse. See Rocky Hill.

POINT VENTURE: Travis County; Lake Travis; www.pointventure.com

PONTOTOC: Mason County; at junction of TX 71 and FR 501, near Pontotoc Creek, NW of Llano, SE of Brady, far NE part of county. Locally pronounced: "panny-e-talk". Unincorporated. Historic ruins remaining from epidemic of 1891. Pop" ~40 per locals. TSHA Profile. Map, Pictures. Many images available at Google. Events: Sep: PONTOTOC VFD BBQ: at Community Center, 11a-1p. 325-247-5354. http://llanochamber.org. Annual fundraiser event. US Post Office: 325-251-6667; 17658 College St, Pontotoc, TX 76869-9814. Pontotoc Community Center. Pontotoc Volunteer Fire Department: 325-347-5252. Pontotoc Volunteer Fire Association Community Center Bldg, Pontotoc, TX 76869-0066. Pontotoc Vineyard: 512-658-0023; 17519 College St, Pontotoc, TX 76869. Web. Circle Star Land & Cattle Ranch: 325-251-6688; 8307 Hickory Grove Rd, Pontotoc, TX 76869. www.circlestarranch.com. Reubin Ake Farm: 325-251-6694; 16458 TX 71, Pontotoc, TX 76869. Pontotoc Church of Christ: Pontotoc, TX 76869-9814. Old Pontotoc Cemetery: N Hickory Grove Rd. New Pontotoc Cemetery: Off TX 71, SW of town

POST OAK: Blanco County, RR 2721, 1 mi W of RR 1320, 4 mi N of US 290; Old schoolhouse now actively serves as a community center; cemetery at same location. Was an active social gathering point in early days. Not incorporated, no government, no stores or businesses, just nearby ranches.

PRAIRIE MOUNTAIN: Llano County (SW), about 20 mi SW of Llano on 2323. All that remains is the old school house converted into a community center. Visible from TX 16 is the abandoned, dilapidated, two-story Rountree-Marschall sandstone ranch house (circa 1880s). The town was previously called Starks then Putnam.

(THE) PRESERVE AT WALNUT SPRINGS: Blanco County, residential area, W of Johnson City, S of US 290

QUAIL HOLLOW: Llano County, NW of Llano, RR 2241, W of Lone Grove

QUIHI: Medina County; RR 2676, N of Hwy 90, NE of Hondo. Home of famous Quihi Gun Club & Dance Hall (see Dance Halls).


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RANCHER'S ESTATES: Blanco County, residential area, just S of US 290, in Johnson City

RANCHES OF BRUSHY TOP: Blanco County, between Johnson City and Blanco, US 281, residential area

REAGAN WELLS: Uvalde County; RR 1051, W of Concan,

RHEINGOLD: Gillespie County, NE of Fredericksburg. Rural school site.
  • RHEINGOLD SCHOOL & COMMUNITY CENTER: 334 Rheingold School Road. Rural school built in 1900, Log cabin teacherage built in 1891, Consolidated with Fredericksburg in 1949. Community Club organized and currently meets monthly. Rental Contact: Christy Jaster, 830-456-9320, Sheree Burrow, 830-990-9580
  • See Friends Profile including town and school history and pictures
RICHLAND SPRINGS: San Saba County, US 190, E of Brady, W of San Saba. See Profile.

RIDGE HARBOR: Burnet County (E edge), Western Lake Travis area, CR 414; www.ridgeharbor.com

RIDGEVIEW OAKS EAST: W Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, at 3159, 311 and TX 46, NW of Smithson Valley

RIM ROCK RANCH: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S of TX 46 and E of US 281, SW of Smithson Valley

RIO FRIO: Real County, Hwy 83/1120, S of Leakey, N of Uvalde, Pop 50, not inc., Profile

RIO LLANO: Llano County, W of Llano at intersection of TX 29 and TX 71, on Llano River

RIOMEDINA: Medina County, RR 471, N of Castroville

RIVER CROSSING: W Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, at TX 46 and US 281, W of US 281, W of Smithson Valley

RIVER PLACE SQUARE: Llano County, E side of Kingsland, residential area, CR 2342 and 1431

RIVERWOOD ESTATES: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and W of US 281, on Rolling Creek Rd.

ROCHELLE: McCulloch County, Hwy 190, 10 mi NE of Brady, 5 mi W of San Saba. Wiki Profile. TSA Profile. City Data Profile. Texas Escapes Profile. Pop: 163 (year 2000). Unincorporated. Coord: 31°13'29 N 99°12'40 W (31.2246097, -99.2111613). Zip: 76872. Area code: 325. 261 sq miles. Mar 2012 cost of living index: 80.3. Rochelle ISD: students: 178; location: 5902 Lafayette; grades: KG-12, www.rochelleisd.net, sbutler@rochelleisd.net, 325-243-5224; US Post Office: 325-243-5280; 5702 Crew Ave, Rochelle, TX 76872-9802

ROCKSPRINGS: Edwards County, Hwy 55, N of Uvalde and Montell, Pop 1216, Profile

ROCKY CREEK: Blanco County, US 290, 8.5 mi W of Johnson City, E of Stonewall, 1.5 mi E of Hye, near Pleasant Hill. Rocky Community Church, Rocky Rd. Cemetery

ROCKY HILL: Gillespie County, US 290, E of Fredericksburg, W of Blumenthal.

ROCKY POINT: Burnet County, E side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 690 on E side

ROCKY RIDGE: Burnet County, E side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 690 on W side

ROCKING J: Blanco County, approx. 4.5 miles South East of Blanco off of RR 32, residential area

ROLLING HILLS: W Comal County, residential area, SW side of Canyon Lake, at Overhill and Cranes Mill Rd.

ROUGH CREEK: San Saba County; FM 1031, SE of San Saba, W of Bend, NW of Chappel, W of Lampasas, near Colorado Bend State Park

ROUND MOUNTAIN: Blanco County, US 281, S of Marble Falls, N of Johnson City, Pop 111, Profile

ROYAL FOREST: Comal County; NW of I-35, on NW of New Braunfels toward Canyon Lake

SADDLERIDGE: SW Comal County, residential area, just W of US 281, N of Bulverde, on TX 46 S side, N of 1863

SAN MARCOS: Caldwell & Guadalupe Counties, I-35, SW of Austin, NE of New Braunfels, 50373, Profile

SAN GERONIMO: TX 16, NW of San Antonio, SE of Pipe Creek, NW of Helotes; Not profiled in TSHA; not same as "Geronimo" S of San Marcos.

SAN SABA: San Saba County; TX 16/190, N of Llano. See Profile

(THE) SANCTUARY: Blanco County, 8.5 miles West of Blanco on RM 1623, residential area

SANDY: Blanco County, RR 1320/1323, NW of Johnson City, Pop 25, not inc., Profile

SANDY HARBOR: SE Llano County, Lake LBJ area, W of Marble Falls, S of Sunrise Beach, CR 311. A 207-acre community on Sandy Creek, located 2 mi off TX 71, with about 165 property owners and 95 homes. Sandy Harbor VFD

SATTLER: Comal County, Sattler Rd., SE corner on Canyon Lake, see Canyon Lake Area Profile

SCENIC HARBOUR ESTATES: Bandera County, TX 1283; a residential area just N of the shore of Lake Medina, in the Lake Hills Area; see Medina Lake Area Profile

SCENIC OAKS: NW Bexar County; SW of IH-10, S of 46, SE of Boerne, 24 mi NW of downtown San Antonio. Suburban community. TSHA: "Residential development began in this area sometime in the 1980s. In 1990 the population was 2,352. That figure increased to 3,279 in 2000."

SCOBEE: Burnet County; W of US 281, N of Marble Falls. No Post Office

SECOND CROSSING: Comal County; NW of I-35, on NW of New Braunfels toward Canyon Lake

SEGOVIA: Kimble County, Hwy IH-10, SE of Junction, not inc.; TSHA. Segovia Truck Stop, Restaurant & Motel, 325-446-3191, IH-10 E, exit 465, 115 S Segovia Access Rd, open 24x7.

SEWARD JUNCTION: W Williamson County, Between Liberty Hill and Leander, at intersection of Hwy 183 and TX 29

SHADY CREEK RANCH: Burnet County (E edge), Western Lake Travis area, CR 414

SHADY GROVE: Burnet County; CR 200 near TX 1174 intersection, N of Bertram

SHADY OAKS: Burnet County, NE side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 2341

SANDY OAKS: Blanco County, residential area, just W of US 281, N of Johnson City, on RR 1323 on N side; not inc.

SHANGRI LA: Llano County, E side of Kingsland, E side of Colorado River, residential area, CR 2342

SHAW ISLAND: Llano County, W shore of Lake Buchanan, on Hwy 225

SHEPHERDS RANCH: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and W of US 281, N of Bulverde, on TX 46 S side.

SHERWOOD SHORES: Burnet County, E of Granite Shoals, residential area, on 1431. No Post Office

SHERWOOD SHORES III: Burnet County, E of Granite Shoals, E of Sherwood Shores, residential area, on 2342. No Post Office

SILVER CREEK VILLAGE: Burnet County, NE side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 2341

SISTERDALE: Kendall County, RR 473/1376, Sisterdale Rd, N of Boerne, E of Comfort, S of Luckenbach, W of Kendalia, Pop 63, not inc., Profile

SKYRIDGE: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S of TX 46 and E of US 281, S of Smithson Valley, on 1863

SLOAN: San Saba County; SW of San Saba

SMITHSON VALLEY: South-Central Comal County, E of US 281, N of Hwy 46, at intersection of Cranes Mill Rd, Rebecca Creek Rd, FM 3159 & FM 311. SW of Canyon Lake. Near Bulverde and Spring Branch.

SMITHWICK: Burnet County; RM 1431, approx 10 mi E of Marble Falls, S of Bertram. CEMETERY, COOKIN'ON WOOD PIT BBQ & SMITHWICK MARKET: FM 1431, Smithwick, TX; CAPPS BACKYARD BBQ: 830-693-2888; 9329 RM 1431 E, Smithwick, TX; SMITHWICK CHURCH OF CHRIST: 10804 FM 1431 E, Smithwick, TX: 281-693-7100. SMITHWICK COMMUNITY CENTER: 10800 E FM 1431, Smithwick, TX 78654. DAN POGUE SCULPTURE GALLERY & FOUNDRY: 830-693-9544; 7670 RR 1431 E, Smithwick, TX. www.danpoguesculpture.com. No Post Office

SMOKEY MOUNTAIN RANCH: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S of TX 46 and E of US 281, S of Smithson Valley, on 1863

SOLMS: Comal County; I-35, on SW side of New Braunfels

SOUTH JONESTOWN HILLS: Travis County; RM 1431, SW of Jonestown

SOUTH SILVER CREEK VILLAGE #1, 2 & 3: Burnet County, NE side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 2341

SPICEWOOD: Burnet County, TX 71, Pop 5527, not inc., Profile

SPICEWOOD BEACH: Burnet County; E of US 281, E of Marble Falls, N of Spicewood, on Colorado River, on CR 410

SPIDER MOUNTAIN: Burnet County, E side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 2341

SPRING BRANCH: Comal County, US 281, N of Bulverde, S of Blanco, Pop 200, Profile

SPRING BRANCH ACRES: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and W of US 281, on Ahern Creek Rd, on TX 46 N side.

SPRING BRANCH ESTATES: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and W of US 281, on Rolling Creek Rd.

SPRING CREEK HILLS: Burnet County, E of Buchanan Dam, W of Burnet, just N of TX 29

SPRING OAKS ESTATES: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and W of US 281, N of Bulverde, on TX 46 S side.

(THE) SPRINGS AT REBECCA CREEK: NW Comal County, residential area, NW of Canyon Lake, on S side of 306.

STALLION ESTATES: Southern Blanco County and NW Comal County, residential area, NE of Canyon Lake, 8 mil S of Blanco, on N side of 306.

STARTZVILLE: Comal County, Sattler Rd, S side of Canyon Lake, see Canyon Lake Area Profile

STEINER RANCH: W Travis County; Lake Travis; See Oasis.

STOLZ: Llano County; TX 29, E of Llano

STONE RIDGE: Gillespie County, NE part of Fredericksburg, N of TX 16 at Ellebracht Dr.

STONEWALL: Gillespie County, US 290, E of Fredericksburg, Pop 527, not inc., Profile

STONEY CREEK: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S of TX 46 and E of US 281, S of Smithson Valley

STONEY RIDGE: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S of TX 46 and E of US 281, S of Smithson Valley

STREETER: W Mason County; Hwy 337, W of Mason a few miles, E of Long Mountain

SUDDATH: Burnet County; US 281, N of Burnet, S of Lampasas. No Post Office

SUMMIT AT CYPRESS MILL: Blanco County, NE corner, subdivision established in 2012, Profile

SUNRISE BEACH: Llano County, Lake LBJ area, W of Marble Falls, Pop 704, Profile

SUN VALLEY VILLAGE: W Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, at 311 and TX 46, E of US 281, NW of Smithson Valley

SUZANN: Burnet County, E side of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 690 on E side

SWISS VILALGE: Burnet County, N shore of Lake Buchanan, residential area, CR 2341


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TARPLEY: Bandera County, RR 471, E of Utopia, W of Bandera, Pop 30, not inc., Profile

TEACUP: Kimble County; Hwy 377 N of Junction

TELEGRAPH: Kimble County, 337, NE of Rocksprings, SW of Junction

THIRD CROSSING: Comal County; NW of I-35, on NW of New Braunfels toward Canyon Lake

THREADGILL: Llano County (W county line); W of Llano, N on TX 29, on CR 405 and 405B

TIERA LINDA: SW Gillespie County, S US 290, SW of Fredericksburg, on 783. Tierra Linda Volunteer Fire Dept: 830-792-3533; 406 Oak Alley, Kerrville/Tierra Linda, TX 78028. www.tlvfd.com. Contact: Ed Marker, Chief.

TIMBER RIDGE: Burnet County; W of US 281, N of Marble Falls, off CR 121

TIMBERWOOD PARK: Off 281, S of Bulverde, N of San Antonio. TSHA: "[aka] Timberwood, is a suburban residential community located west of U. S. Highway 281 about twenty miles north of San Antonio in northern Bexar County. Development had begun by the 1980s, and in 1990 Timberwood Park had a population of 2,578. That figure had more than doubled to 5,889 by 2000."

TIVYDALE: Gillespie County, S US 290, W of Fredericksburg, on FM 2093. TIVYDALE SHOOTING RANGE: FM 2093 (Tivydale Rd, 15.3 mi from Fredericksburg)

TOM CREEK ACRES: W Comal County, residential area, SW side of Canyon Lake, at Overhill and Cranes Mill Rd.

TOW: Llano County, RR 261, NW shore of Lake Buchanan, Pop 305, not inc., Profile

TOSCA: N Blanco County, on what was and still is the August Grote ranch, that existed as a US Post Office, since closed.

TRAVIS LANDING: Travis County, near Lake Travis, residential area; POA: www.tlpoa.org

TUFF: Central Bandera County, abandoned town W of Medina. TSHA. The old general store/PO structure remains, but long closed.

TWIN CREEKS: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, S of TX 46 and E of US 281, S of Smithson Valley, on 1863

TWIN SISTERS: Blanco County, US 281, S of Blanco, Pop 78, not inc., Profile

UNION BAND: On Mason and San Saba County line; TX 71, E of Fredonia, W of Pontotoc

UTOPIA: Uvalde County, Hwy 187/1051, S of Vanderpool, N of Sabinal, Pop 241, not inc., Profile

VALERO ESTATES: NW Comal County, residential area, NE of Canyon Lake, on N side of 306.

VALLEY SPRING: Llano County; TX 71, 13 mi NW of Llano, SE of Brady and Pontotoc. First United Methodist Church: Hwy 171 & Main, Valley Spring, 76885; Primitive Baptist Church: CR 407; Valley Spring Volunteer Fire Department; US Post Office: 325-247-4879; 11936 TX 71 W, Valley Spring, TX 76885-9998

VALLEY VIEW: Comal County; NW of New Braunfels on TX 46 and TX 3009; N of Garden Ridge

VANCE: Real County, E of Hwy 55, S of Rocksprings, N of Camp Wood, Pop 20, Profile

VANDERPOOL: Bandera County, RR 337/187, E of Leakey, W of Medina, N of Utopia, Pop 20, not inc., Profile

VISTAS AT ROUND MOUNTAIN: Blanco County, US 281, S of Marble Falls, N of Johnson City. A recent subdivision development.

VOCA: McCulloch County; TX 71, NW of Llano, SE of Brady. US Post Office: 325-239-5522; 255 N FM 1851, Voca, TX 76887-9814. Southern Baptist - Liberty: 915-239-5575; POB 89, Voca, TX 76887. There are several sand (proppants) mining companies here: Cadre Proppants: 325-239-5023; 153 CR 220, Voca, TX 76887. www.cadreproppants.com; FTSI Proppants: 325-239-5600; POB 238, Voca, TX 76887; UNIMIN Corporation: 325-239-5401; 6680 TX 71, Voca, TX 76887

VOLENTE, Village of: Travis County; S of RM 1431 on FR 2769, SW of Cedar Park, on N shore of Lake Travis, N of Hudson Bend, S of Jonestown. Pop (2008): 395, Profile

WALDEN MEADOWS: NW of San Antonio, bounded by TX 1604, 87/IH-10, 16

WALNUT CREEK: Blanco County, FM 3347, Just S of RR 962 W, NW of Johnson City, not incorporated. Walnut Creek Methodist Church. Walnut Creek.

WALNUT GROVE: Kendall County, N of Boerne, S of Sisterdale, on 1376

WARESVILLE: Uvalde County, in NW corner, just S of Utopia. Has a cemetery.

WARING: Kendall County, in triangle between Comfort, Boerne, Sisterdale, Pop 73, not inc., Profile

WATSON: NE Burnet County; Hwy 183, SE of Lampasas. No Post Office. P&R Processing & Taxidermy: 512-566-9749

WELFARE: Kendall County, 4 mi SE of Waring; Near IH-10 and Comfort, Pop 36, Profile

WESTERN EDGE: Gillespie County, W part of Fredericksburg, S side of Hwy87, at Bob Moritz

WHARTON'S DOCK: Bandera County, NE corner of Medina Lake

WHISPERING HILLS: W Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, at 3159, 311 and TX 46, NW of Smithson Valley

WHISPERING OAKS: W Comal County, residential area, SW of Canyon Lake, at 3159, 311 and TX 46, NW of Smithson Valley

WHITE OAK: Gillespie County, 15 mi SW of Fredericksburg, not inc. Former rural school house moved to Fredericksburg. See Friends Profile including town and school history and pictures.

WHITEWATER SPRINGS: Burnet County; E of US 281, NE of Marble Falls, off 1174

WHITMIRE ESTATES: Blanco County, 6 mi SE of Blanco off of RR 32, residential area

WILLOW CITY: Gillespie County, N of Fredericksburg, 3 mi E of Eckert, on RR 1323, Pop 75, not inc., Profile

(THE) WILLOWS: Burnet County, SE of Lake Buchanan, NW of Inks Lake, residential area, on TX 29

WIMBERLEY: Hays County, RR 12, S of Dripping Springs & Woodcreek, W of Kyle, Pop 5423, Profile

WINDWOOD ESTATES: S of IH-10, S of 46, SE of Boerne, NW of San Antonio. Not profiled in TSHA.

WOLF CREEK RANCH: Burnet County, just W Burnet, W of US 281, N of TX 29, on RR 2341; www.wolfcreektexas.com

WOODCREEK: Hays County, RR 12, N of Wimberley, Pop 1565, See Portal: Profile. The City of Woodcreek includes Brookmeadow, the original 18-hole Woodcreek golf course, the homes in what was originally called Woodcreek Resort Subdivision, the Oak Orchard Enclave, and Camp Young Judaea

CAMP YOUNG JUDAEA: Now part of the incorporated area of The City of Woodcreek.

WOODCREEK RESORT: Now part of the incorporated area of The City of Woodcreek.

WOODS AT SPRING BRANCH: SW Comal County, residential area, SW of Spring Branch and W of US 281, on Rolling Creek Rd.

WOODS OF LAKE TRAVIS: Travis County, near Lake Travis, residential area; HOA: www.ippoa.org

WREDE: Gillespie County, S of Fredericksburg near Lady Bird Park. Rural school site.
  • WREDE SCHOOL & COMMUNITY CENTER: 3828 S TX 16. Rural school built in 1896, consolidated with Fredericksburg in 1960. Community Club organized and currently meets monthly. Annual community Christmas party. For rental contact: Marjorie Otte, 830-644-2655
  • See Friends Profile including town and school history and pictures
YATES: Kimble County, RR 385, near 337, 10 mi NE of Junction, 8 mi S of London, not inc.


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TEXAS MUNICIPAL LEAGUE: www.tml.org

NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES: www.nlc.org/nlc_org/site

INTERNATIONAL CITY/COUNTY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION: www.icma.org



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