Boerne, TX is located northwest of San Antonio off of Interstate 10 about 25 minutes from the outer loop, 1604. The Hill Country Mile goes through the downtown area on Main Street, has locally-owned shops and restaurants and hosts lots of year-round events including a Fourth of July celebration with a parade, food and fireworks. The city is charming. You’ll be reminded of an old-time American city.
Two "limestone solutional" caves, Cascade Caverns and Cave Without a Name are close by. Discover the Cibolo Natura Center where you can hike, bike ride and enjoy nature. Enjoy Art Al Fresco where you can view large-scale sculptures.
There's a right way and wrong way to pronounce Boerne - Bur-nee. No “O” is pronounced. The estimated population for 2017 was just over 17,000 compared to 2010 when it was just over 10,000. It’s grown dramatically and so has the area around there. It’s located in Kendall County versus Bexar, which is where San Antonio is.
Homes in the Boerne, Texas were on sale for $237,500 to $2,795,000 in May 2020.
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