This Hill Country town with a population of 2051 may be small, but it boasts some of the biggest personalities in Texas, large area ranches and an ever-growing winery business. The small community has been inundated with new shopping, galleries and restaurants.
While it wasn’t named after him, this community was the home of Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th President of the United States of America and located just a few miles from the famous Lyndon B. Johnson Historical Park. Johnson City is also the home to the 140 acre Exotic Resort Petting Zoo.
If you are looking to head outdoors, Pedernales Falls State Park is close by. You can find kayaking, fishing, camping, tubing, swimming, hiking or just take in the natural beauty of the Texas Hill Country. The hiking trails are extremely family-friendly. There is a quarter-mile nature trail to a scenic overlook of twin falls, and a viewing station that is wheelchair friendly as well.
Johnson City, Texas holds several annual events such as the Blanco County Fair & Rodeo, July 4th Spangle Dangle, Blanco County Fair & Rodeo, an Annual Wild Game Dinner, Johnson City Pig Roast, and Lights Spectacular Hill Country Style during the Christmas holidays on the grounds at the Pedernales Electric Company.
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