San Saba Texas

Welcome to San Saba Texas

San Saba is known for being the pecan capital of the world, housing 8 different pecan companies. It is also a fisherman and hunters paradise, with the San Saba River and Colorado River flowing through the city. The city offers many outdoor recreational opportunities such as RV-ing, fishing, biking, and golfing.

Outdoor enthusiasts will feel right at home in San Saba. Golf lovers can head over to the 18-hole San Saba River Golf Course. The courses has been given a 72.5 rating. It is widely known for being a challenging course tucked in Texas Hill Country’s beautiful scenery. The course offers a driving range, practice area, club pro shop, and a putting green. RV Campers can park their RV’s in one of the 22 spaces at the RV Park or the 14 spaces at the Ragsdale RV Park in Mill Pond Park.

There are three city parks within the area, Mill Pond Park, Risien Park, and San Saba River Nature Park. Each park has something unique to offer. However, most of them are great for picnicking, walking, tanning, playing sports, biking, and throwing special occasions.

The Wedding Oak Winery has been named the one of the top ten wine destinations in the World. The Wedding Oak Winery claims to sell wineries that represent Texas through and through. Every wine sold is produced in Texas.

Bar D Brew House, in San Saba, has nine different kinds of Craft beer. The kinds include the little girl, rough stock red, blonde armadillo, indian pale ale, River bottom porter, rabbit hole, honey wheat ale, double down brown, and the pecan bottom ale. The Bar D Brew House offers a brew sample that comes with 4 oz samplers of their nine signature flavor brews.

Come out and see San Saba for yourself!

San Saba Texas

City Summary
Population: 3,099 (2010)
Elevation: 1,204 ft
Known as the Pecan Capital of the World.
The Wedding Oak Winery is one of the top ten wine destinations in the World.
Bar D Brew House has nine signature Craft beer flavors.

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