Texas Hill Country Trail Passport

June 13, 2017

My Texas road trip lovers and explorers, with more traveling going on in the summertime, be sure to pick up a Texas Hill Country Trail Passport. The passport is a great way to discover new cities, historical sites, and awesome places along the Texas Hill Country Trail Region. Pick up or get your FREE passport online and start collecting stamps at each Hill Country destination. When you collect 18 or more stamps in your passport and mail it in, you will get your passport mailed back as a keepsake along with your Texas Hill Country Trail Prize. Plan a fun family trip through the beautiful Texas Hill Country and pick up your passport at any of the 24 sites. Visit Texas Hill Country Trail Passport website:


The Texas Hill Country Trail Passport Highlights 24 sites:

  1. Bandera County Visitors Center
  2. Casa Navarro State Historic Site
  3. San Antonio Official Visitor Information Center
  4. Witte Museum
  5. Old Blanco County Courthouse
  6. Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce & CVB
  7. Natural Bridge Caverns
  8. Fort Martin Scott
  9. Fredericksburg Visitor Information Center
  10. Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park
  11. National Museum of the Pacific War
  12. Pioneer Museum
  13. The Texas Rangers Heritage Center
  14. The Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead
  15. San Marcos Convention & Visitors Bureau
  16. Boerne Convention and Visitors Bureau
  17. Cave Without a Name
  18. Kerrville Convention and Visitors Bureau
  19. Lampasas Chamber of Commerce
  20. Steinbach Haus
  21. Uvalde
  22. Austin Steam Train at Cedar Park
  23. Georgetown
  24. The Williamson Museum

Texas Hill Country Trail Passport

Enjoy discovering The Texas Hill Country the rest of this year. The Texas Hill Country is a geographical region located in the Edwards Plateau at the crossroads of West Texas, Central Texas, and South Texas. You have until December 31, 2017 to turn in your passport and collect your prize. Share your Texas Hill Country Trail adventure photos with everyone by using #txhillcountrypassport on Twitter, or Instagram and tagging your photos. Safe travels everyone!


  • Samantha Foster
    June 13, 2017 at 6:34 pm

    Such a cute idea! I just ordered ours. Thank you!!!

  • Ariana Shankasaurus (@3twentysix)
    June 14, 2017 at 3:49 pm

    This is freaking sweet! Muchos thanks for the heads up!

  • 8 Things to do in Blanco, Texas | #TheAMMCollection
    July 10, 2017 at 4:14 pm

    […] Old Blanco County Courthouse. The Courthouse was restored by the Old Blanco County Courthouse Preservation Society; it now operates a visitor center, gift shop and community center. The Old Blanco County Courthouse Preservation Society was formed to preserve and protect this historic landmark. It is in Blanco at the intersection of Highway 281 and Highway 165. Be sure to stop by and get your Hill Country Trail Passport stamped. […]