Himanshi singh Nov 14, 2022
Wimberley is located 58 miles to the southeast of Austin and 38 miles to the northwest of San Antonio. It lies at the confluence of the Blanco River and Cypress Creek. Perched atop the Edwards Plateau
As evidenced by the flint chips and stone tools found along the rivers and the now-extinct stream beds, the first inhabitants of Wimberley were semi-nomadic Native Americans
As per the latest US Census, Wimberley has a population of 3,168, with a growth rate of 3.02% annually. With an area of 23.19 sq. km, the town's population density is 139.35 per sq. km.
Situated deep in the center of Texas Hill Country, just a few minutes from downtown Wimberley, Blue Hole is among Texas's most famous natural swimming holes. Fed by the iconic Cypress Creek,
The old and understated limestone building known as the Winters-Wimberley House served as the residence of two of Wimberley's most iconic families of William Winters and Pleasant Wimberley.
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