Wimberley was designated one of America's Ten Best Small Towns" by Travel Holiday Magazine.
The earliest of guests were semi-nomads roaming the Texas Hill Country. They would over-night along the many creeks, while dining on buffalo and deer. They left flint arrowheads and spear points behind to help tell their story.
In the 1800’s mid century, Wimberley, then known as Glendale welcomed a new resident, William C Winters who built a saw mill powered by Cyprus Creek. The community became known as Winters’ Mill.
In the 1870’s Pleasant Wimberley moved to the area and purchased the Mill, in 1880 the town became Wimberley. A visit to Wimberley will fill you in on the details of Wimberley’s rich history.
Today Wimberley is a vibrant small town with so much to do you will want to move hear as visiting just isn’t enough time! For the shopper, Wimberley’s famous Market Day’s happening on the first Saturday of each month with the unique and as well as expansive offerings brings shoppers from all around. Are you a movie buff? Wimberley sports an out-door theatre; yes you can bring your own chairs. Prefer live performances? EmilyAnn Theatre and Wimberley Players provide year round theatrical productions.
Great restaurants, as well as intriguing sites to visit including Pioneer Town, Blue Hole, unique art galleries, wineries, lavender Farms, Camping and swimming. Come for a day, you will want to stay for a life time!