J. Griffis Smith
This small Hill Country community was settled in the early 1850s in northeast Uvalde County. It is on the crystal-clear waters of the Sabinal River among rugged canyons, shaded by Bald Cypress, live oak and pecan trees. This community—12 miles south of the Lost Maples State Natural Area—offers a wide range of outdoor activities including swimming, tubing, horseback riding, hunting, hiking, cycling and birding.
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