Small Town Renaissance in Hill Country North

Posted on September 09, 2013

At the far northern ceiling of what can officially be called the Hill Country, along Texas Route 190, sits San Saba—a town in the midst of a renaissance. For much of its history, San Saba has been a ranching and agricultural town in an area considered Comanche territory throughout the 1800s. Most of the downtown area was built in the early 1900s, but in recent years, San Saba has seen an uptick in popularity from out-of-town visitors—credited, in large part, to an astonishing growth in farms, wineries and purveyors in the agritourism industry. Read More