Originally established as Hammer’s Station, Sabinal, Texas hit the maps in 1854. The town was first established by Thomas B. Hammer. The area is known as the gateway to the beautiful River Region. Thousands of individuals flock to Sabinal community events.
In March the annual Wild Hog Festival is held. The Cypress Day Celebration is held every June. A living history reenactment can be seen at the Badland Texas Rangers. The Badland Texas Rangers provide an enjoyable, educational experience, while entertaining the crowd.
Native American artifacts, pioneer farm items, and geological exhibits can be found at the Sabinal Canyon Museum. The Museum houses several fossils and minerals from Sabinal River Canyon. It is also home to a World War II exhibit. Stop by Saturday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM and Sunday from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
The Texas Hill Country wouldn’t be as popular without housing fun lake activities. The Sabinal River and Frio River are in perfect locations for Sabinal residents and tourists to enjoy recreational activities. Swim, fish, tube, and bird watch during the day and camp and roast marshmallows at night.