Waring, Texas is an unincorporated community alongside the Guadalupe River in Kendall County. Waring is 7 miles downstream from Comfort and 12 miles north of Boerne. The area was established in 1887 after the founder’s hometown Waringford, Ireland. The name was changed in 1901.
Waring is home to a deserted railroad tunnel where three million Mexican free-tail bats reside. These bats can be seen emerging the tunnel right before sunset. These bats travel up to 60 miles in search of insect prey. The Mexican free-tail bats can reach up to 60 mph.
Waring, Texas is home to Don Strange Ranch Adventure Challenge Course. This challenge course is filled with ropes courses and activities to help build relationships and teams and teach individuals to be leaders. The course is a fun way to participate in recreational opportunities while skill building.
Head out to Steaknite, every Wednesday night at the Waring General Store. Steaknite is a nite filled with live music, delicious food, and friendly people. The General Store also offers a daily menu filled with hamburgers, fries, onion rings, and drinks. Waring General Store was awarded for having the best burger in the community! Head over to the general store and try a burger for yourself.
Waring is close to several big attractions in the Texas Hill Country area. The James Kiehl River Bend Park is only 4.9 miles away. Cave With A Name is only 11 miles away from Waring. Tapatio Springs Golf Club is 12 miles away. And, the Cascade Caverns are only 14.8 miles away.