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Best of Kyle: 5 Reasons to Visit

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This critically acclaimed venue for five years by The Knot’s Best of selection has now the Winner of The Knot’s 2016, “Best of Weddings” which has solidified them in The Knot’s prestigious Hall of Fame. Keep in mind, The Knot is the #1 wedding website globally so this award is a prestigious award in the wedding industry. The venue speaks for itself, offering 500 acres of beautiful Texas Hill Country and four stunning halls to choose from.

3. Kyle Parks and Recreation: Kyle Lake & 5 Mile Dam

Lake KylePhoto: Facebook/Travis Mitchell

Both recreational areas are family friendly places to experience the great outdoors. Several community-based events will also make you feel right at home. The events include Founders Parade, Market Days, Santa’s Arrival, Tree Lighting, Polar Bear Splash, Kyle Field Day, Kyle Hogwash, and Hops & Jalapenos.

4. Location, Location, Location: Centrally located between Austin and San Antonio.

Blanco River, courtesy of Brandee' BrantlyPhoto: Facebook/Brandee’ Brantly

Stagecoach road from San Marcos to Kyle that extends into Buda is also a popular training route for cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Kyle is minutes away from the Blanco and San Marcos River, Additionally, it less than a 20-minute drive to the iconic Wimberly Arts District and the many vineyards & local attractions found in Driftwood. Also, Gruene & San Antonio is only about an hour away.

Pictured below is the jewel of San Marcos, a spring fed river that is year round a balmy temperature of 73 degrees Fahrenheit. This beautiful river is just 15 minutes away from Kyle, Texas.

San Marcos River, Brandee' Brantly Photo: Brandee’ Brantly

 5. To Get Away From It All: Sage Hill Inn & Spa Above Onion Creek. 

Sage Hill Photo: Facebook/Sage Hill Inn & Spa  Above Onion Creek

Looking for an unforgettable retreat deep in the heart of Texas? Look no further than Sage Creek Hill Inn & Spa. With its outstretched 88 acres, this getaway offers picturesque views of the Texas Hill Country. You will see breathtaking sunsets and the night sky is free of intrusive city lights so the stars are the only thing to light up the expansive night sky. Sage Creek Inn and Spa backs up to the city of Driftwood which has been certified by the International Dark-Sky Association. The Inn also features a farm to table restaurant and one of the largest acreage of any Texas hotel.  There is many wildflowers, beautiful views, and wildlife to peruse. Sage Creek Inn and Spa has been featured in Forbes, Texas Home & Living, Autin Monthly, and the Statesman.