Established in 1891, the town was named for springs prized as a water source by wagon trains and Native Americans. It is in the highest area of the rugged, scenic Edwards Plateau. The climate is cool and dry in summer, mild and sunny in the winter. Area is a popular year-round vacation spot offering camping, picnicking, hiking and rock collecting.
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