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The Hill Country’s Finest for Family Reunions

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You’ve been selected to plan a family reunion. Now what? Scouting locations for relatives who want a variety of entertainment can be challenging and scary. What if you choose wrong?

The Hill Country’s Finest for Family Reunions

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Ages vary, so how might a place work for everyone? The elder generation may prefer to sit and reminisce about the old days. They’ll need a comfortable gathering setting place.

The Hill Country’s Finest for Family Reunions

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Younger adults enjoy museums, music, theater, water activities, athletic games, rock climbing and a few romantic places thrown in for good measure. They like to stay on the go. Hunt, Texas provides the ultimate place for every age group.

The Hill Country’s Finest for Family Reunions

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In the late 1850s, twelve miles west of Kerrville, people began looking for farm land. They discovered an area at the junction of the north and south forks of the Guadalupe River. This picturesque region appealed to them and they fell in love with it. In later years, Hunt, well-known for scenic, rolling hills became a favorite camping and tourist destination. It remains a popular resort area with families today. Handbook of Texas Online.

Start planning for your family reunion early in Hunt, Texas. Amenities in the Hill Country fill up fast during summer months. Most facilities house young people during the summer, but certain accommodations may adapt to large groups such as family reunions in months other than their seasonal peak times.

The Hill Country’s Finest for Family Reunions

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The Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly, a camp in Hunt, Texas is a superb place for family reunions. The ranch includes 500 acres, open year-round to the public. They specialize in spiritual retreats, summer and day camps, weddings, reunions, group meetings, vacation getaways and individual reservations. Their lodgings can quarter up to 525 people. Residences include hotel rooms, camp grounds, cabins, private casitas (small apartments) by the river, and group housing.

The Hill Country’s Finest for Family Reunions
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