Junction is blessed with all the natural world has to offer; land, water, wildlife, and friendly people. It’s the kind of place you come to visit and stay to enjoy.
Junction and surrounding Kimble County are known as “the land of living waters,” with more rivers, creeks, and streams than any other county in Texas. Recent years have seen steady growth in eco-tourism, and growing numbers of people choosing Kimble County as a retirement destination. More and more young people are also choosing to return after college or following time spent “out in the world” to raise their families in a small-town atmosphere, take on new responsibilities in the family business, or contribute their skills to build a better future for their hometown. And, while Junction is far enough from big metropolitan areas to enjoy nighttime views of the Milky Way, it’s within easy driving distance to San Antonio, Kerrville, Fredericksburg, and Austin, along with many other nearby Hill Country communities.
Fiber optic network in the city
Local airport with hangers, fuel, and jet landing capacity
Served by Interstate 10, US 83, US 377, and US 290
San Antonio and Austin airports within 150 miles
Large number of hotel rooms to accommodate visitors and clients
Modern, 15-bed critical access hospital and medical clinic for routine and preventive care
Local school system with small classroom sizes and college courses available. TTU Center for Outdoor School and Llano River Field Station.
Abundant outdoor recreational opportunities include parks, golf, disc golf, fishing, hunting, birding, tubing/kayaking, hiking, etc.
Active civic organizations engaged in the community
EDC support for entrepreneurs; two local banks and credit union
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