The town received its name from early settler L.B. Vanderpool when a post office was granted in 1885. It is on the Sabinal River in the scenic Hill Country of western Bandera County. Largely used for sheep, goat and cattle ranching, the area is a favorite of deer hunters during the season and is a year-round gateway to the popular Lost Maples State Natural Area.
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