This is pretty simple, there’s one road into the resort, Hwy 39 and you guessed it, there’s only one road out. You can go either west towards Hunt or east towards Ingram and Kerrville. It’s really cut and dry. Follow your phone or vehicle map and you’ll be fine, we have faith in you!
If you need a minor staple item, Ingram grocery is just a five mile drive into Ingram. If you need a wider selection of items HEB is the only game in town and they do a great job.
If it’s the weekend, and especially in the summer, there’s often live music at the Hunt Store, a long-standing Hunt establishment. If you’re in town between Memorial Day and Labor Day, visit Crider’s Rodeo and Dancehall. Generations of locals and visitors have spent their Saturday nights there. A new addition to the area is on the loop in Ingram and conveniently named Down on the Loop. They have a selection of Texas wines, beer on tap, food trucks, and often have live music. If you are feeling like going into Kerrville,Grape Juice has 20 beers on tap and a great wine selection. Pint and Plow is a local favorite as well. The Arcadia in downtown Kerrville (and just a stone’s throw from Grape Juice) offers live music on a more national level. It’s been recently renovated to its former glory and worth the trip if you are into live music. Visit their websites for hours of operation.