Shop, Eat, Learn & Play
Perfectly placed between Austin and San Antonio at the gateway to the Texas Hill Country. Anthem offers residents the ‘Best of Texas’ in any direction. Click on the blue map locators below to learn more.
As the fifth fastest growing city in the state of Texas, Kyle is striving to maintain the small Town Texas charm while positioning itself to be a vital part of the corridor economic development. A gateway to the Hill Country, Kyle is just a few miles away from many natural attractions, shopping and historic landmarks.
From the early 1850s until the 1880s, Mountain City was a sprawling community on the old Stagecoach Road that served as an important hub in the ranching and farming industries of the newly formed Hays County. The original Mountain City was centered near the modern community of the same name, but stretched from the Blanco River around present-day Kyle all the way to Manchaca Springs northeast of present-day Buda.
Texas Pie Company
Chef, Julie Albertson has been baking since long before opening her first bakery in 1986. Texas Pie Company pies come from her Grandmother’s cherished recipes that have been handed down through generations of her Texas family. True Southern comfort food served in a fun, vibrant and colorful atmosphere.
Kyle Railroad Depot & Heritage Center
The town of Kyle emerged in the 1880s when the International and Great Northern Railroad (I&GN) established a townsite and a depot. The Kyle Depot and the early history of Kyle are inextricably linked, and one could not have existed without the other.
Ascension Seton Hays
From the moment you walk through their doors, you’ll hear the sounds of hope, health and strength, because they’re more than just hospitals, ERs and clinics. Ascension care teams start by understanding you, your health and your life to deliver care that’s right for you. The compassionate, personalized care you’ve come to expect is close to home in Kyle, Texas.
Kyle Crossing Shopping
Super Texas-size shopping is located in Kyle Crossing at the southwest corner of IH-35 and FM 1626 in Kyle. HEB PLUS stands as the flagship of Kyle Crossing and is anchored by Target, Kohls and Lowes Home Improvement.
Jack C. Hays
4800 Jack C. Hays Trail
Buda, TX 78610
(512) 268-2911 - fax
Texas Pie Company pies come from her Grandmother’s cherished recipes that have been handed down through generations of her Texas family. True Southern comfort food in a fun, vibrant and colorful atmosphere.
202 W Center Street
Kyle, TX 786400
A state-of-the-art, one-stop entertainment destination. Featuring film screens, bowling lanes, full-service restaurant/bar, video arcade games and event space. EVO is a true leader in the experiential-entertainment space.
3200 Kyle Crossing
Kyle, Texas 78640
With over 50 unique and visually stunning wineries scattered throughout the Hill Country, from Austin to Fredericksburg and Lampasas to New Braunfels. As a result, there’s someplace new to explore around every bend.
Texas Hill Country Wineries
PO Box 96
Johnson City, TX 78636
The Duchman Family Winery was founded in 2004 by Drs. Lisa and Stan Duchman in a quest to bring world-class winemaking to Central Texas and the Texas Hill Country. Their love of the unique Italian grape varieties as well as similar weather patterns to Texas inspired them to work with viticultural consultants and growers in the Texas High Plains AVA to produce grapes that would allow their winemakers to experiment with making wines like Vermentino, Sangiovese, and Dolcetto.
13308 FM 150 West
Driftwood, Texas 78619
Hays City Store first opened in the early ’80’s as a gas station and convenience store at the intersection that was at one time the town of Hays City (1908). The store was a blessing to area residents who were grateful to not have to drive to neighboring towns for gas and household essentials. A café was added in the 90’s and folks loved their breakfast and lunch counter. Today it's called Hays City Store & Ice House which added to the property and with it more bar and cocktail seating, a draft beer system with 40 taps, TVs for sports enthusiasts and a wood fire pizza oven.
8989 Ranch to Market Rd 150
Driftwood, TX 78619
The Downtown Buda Farmers Market is a place where farmers, producers and artisans can gather to provide fresh local goods, promote sustainability and support healthy living. Market shoppers will find fresh produce, meat, eggs, bread, kombucha, handmade soaps, baked goods, handmade candy and fudge, honey, gluten-free products, plants, crafts, ready to eat food, olive oil, pet products and more. Enjoy live music from local musicians while supporting your local vendors. Come be a part of the magic that is Buda TX.
308 South Main Street
Buda, Texas 78610
There are four Nature Trails using four different types of surfaces totaling over 4 miles at Lake Kyle. This means there is a little something for everyone. These trails have colored trail post markers keeping you on track. Bring your hiking boots, cross-country shoes, mountain bike, walking stick and bottle of water and give them a try.
700 Lehman Road
Kyle ,Texas 78640
The City of Wimberley has since developed the 126-acre park for the enjoyment of residents, visitors, and future generations. It includes much needed recreational facilities for our growing community and showcases a true gem in the Texas Hill Country. The park includes approximately 4.5 miles of trails, picnic areas, a community pavilion, playscape, basketball court, sand volleyball court, amphitheater, and the Blue Hole Swimming Area. The entire park is open to visitors within the regular operating hours, however, swimming is only allowed during the designated swimming season.
Blue Hole Lane
Wimberley, Texas 78676
The cool clear water here makes Jacob’s Well a unique swimming destination in the Texas summer heat. However, the large amount of visitors they receive during these months can be very disruptive to the wildlife that calls this area home. This is especially true of the aquatic wildlife of Cypress Creek. Therefore they dedicate the chilly fall, winter, and spring months to habitat restoration. During this period, public swimming access is prohibited but they encourage visitors to come take a peaceful hike and observe the large variety of wildlife that is visible at this time.
1699 Mt. Sharp Road
Wimberley, Texas 78676
Austin is the state capital of Texas, an inland city bordering the Hill Country region. Home to the University of Texas flagship campus, Austin is known for its eclectic live-music scene centered around country, blues and rock. It's many parks and lakes are popular for hiking, biking, swimming and boating. South of the city, Formula One's Circuit of the Americas raceway has hosted the United States Grand Prix.
Austin Visitor Center:
602 E. Fourth Street
Austin, Texas 78701
San Antonio is a major city in south-central Texas with a rich colonial heritage. The Alamo, an 18th-century Spanish mission preserved as a museum, marks an infamous 1836 battle for Texan independence from Mexico. Following the San Antonio River, the miles-long River Walk is a landmark pedestrian promenade lined with cafes and shops. HemisFair Park’s 750-ft. Tower of the Americas overlooks the city.
San Antonio Visitor Center:
317 Alamo Plaza
San Antonio, Texas 78205
Wimberley, Texas is called 'A little bit of Heaven!' A quiet and serene destination with a fresh approach to life where all-inclusive means everyone's invited. Wimberley is home to world renown authors, artists, and musicians looking for the quiet life. You'll feel welcomed! It all starts with a stroll around The Square which is populated with chic clothing stores, art galleries, one of the best kitchen ware stores in the Hill Country and restaurants that serve up mouth watering meals.
Wimberley Visitor Center:
Wimberley, Texas 786765