Bandera County is one of the fastest growing counties in Texas
Bandera County was created and organized from Bexar and Uvalde counties in 1856 and was possibly name for the Bandera Mountains in the county. Bandera is Spanish for flag.
Agriculture - Beef cattle, sheep and goats are major revenue sources; growing exotics industry; crops include apples and pecans
Business - Tourism, hunting, fishing, ranching supplies, marketing, forest products, horse racing
Recreation - Guest Ranches, RV parks, Whitetail and exotic hunting, fishing, birding, fossil hunting, golfing, tubing the Medina River.
Bandera County borders Kerr and Kendall Counties to the north; Bexar, Medina and Uvalde Counties to the east and south; and Real County to the west.
Lakehills / Medina Lake
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICES
Bandera County Appraisal District
City of Bandera
TOURISM AND GENERAL INFORMATION
Lost Maples State Park
Hill Country State Natural Area
SEPTIC AND SEWER REGULATIONS
Bandera County River Authority and Groundwater District
OTHER RELATED LINKS
Bandera County Library