Getting around Bandera on horseback is the finest way to see the city. Outlaw Outfitters is the place to go, whether you're a seasoned horseback rider or you're seeking to go on the back of a horse for the first time. They will take you on a trip along the beautiful Medina River so you can observe the local fauna or into town so you can stop at one of the local clubs for a drink. You might also escape the city and step back in time on 5400 acres of peaceful, unspoiled hills with breathtaking vistas in every direction. Take a ride with the pros and see the sights of the Bandera Texas Hill Country.


You'll be treated to some of the state's most stunning scenery. Highways 335, 336, and 337, frequently referred to as the Three Sisters or 3 Twisted Sisters, begin in Medina and are consistently ranked as one of the best drives in North America. Without a doubt, this 100-mile loop is one of the best and most difficult motorcycle rides in the state. The road winds and bends through gorges and up sharp, steep hills, with few fences to prevent drivers from falling. About 65 turns can be found in just 15 miles! Even the most seasoned motorcyclists will tighten their grip on the handlebars.


Bandera is the place to go shopping for authentic Texas boots, t-shirts, furniture, and handmade arts and crafts. Spirits of Texas is one of the few stores in Texas that stands apart from the rest. This corner store has all the essentials, from the Man in Black Tequila by Kinky Friedman to the fizzy drinks you've been craving.


Brick’s River Café is a must-try while in Bandera and is conveniently located. Steaks, burgers, sandwiches, and appetisers are available at our full-service restaurant and bar. In addition, you can't miss Brick's Specialties, a selection of delectable chicken and fish meals. Indulge in a selection of alcoholic beverages, including your preferred cocktail, draught or bottled beer, and more.