Most Texans are aware of the devastation that occurred recently in Wimberley during massive flooding. But as one of the state’s favorite summer and weekend getaways, Wimberley is open for business and ready for guests.
The Chamber of Commerce says that the community has rallied after Wimberley experienced devastating loss and destruction during the Memorial weekend flood. Although the damage is heart-breaking, most has been restricted to residential areas. Iconic Wimberley treasures — including Blue Hole, Jacob’s Well and Old Baldy — were not damaged, and the cultural amenities that make Wimberley a mecca for tourism continue to shine.
“Independence Day has always been a popular celebration in town and this year looks to be particularly memorable,” says Cathy Moreman, Wimberley Valley Chamber of Commerce executive director.
Here are some of the perennially popular things to do in the area, as well as new goings-on.
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