Established in 1863, this small Hill Country community sits in close proximity to Fredericksburg and Kerrville on U.S. 290 in far west Gillespie County. The ranching community has outstanding white-tailed and exotic deer hunting, a museum with Native American artifacts and a community park in the center of town.
Events include the Labor Day Rodeo, barbecue cook-off in September, Brush Arbor Days, and the Volunteer Fire Departments spring and fall barbecue and fish fry.
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