Activities Near Houston and Katy, TX
Explore the Beautiful Texas Hill Country
Cat Spring is located in Austin County, and is one of the first German/American settlements in Texas. It’s home to Texas’ first agricultural society and its vintage wooden hall is the site of an annual antiques fairs each April and September. While a short drive from the city, it is truly a world away!
If you want to explore the surrounding Texas Hill Country, the area is rich in Texas historical attractions and activities near Houston, including the Stephen F. Austin and Washington-on-the-Brazos State Parks. Enjoy shopping the antique stores in Bellville or Sealy and soak in the small-town charm and country relaxation. Tour the countryside to see wildflowers or plan a day on the links at one of the nearby golf courses.
Enjoy your drive to our Texas ranch while you
take in the scenery and culture of Hill Country.
Spend the Day Visiting Some of Our Favorite Places Nearby
Golf Courses: There are several golf courses in the BlissWood area including The Falls and Meadowbrook Farms.
Craft Beer: Check out one of our favorite watering holes, Huff Brewing Company. Located in Bellville, it’s a beautiful 20-minute scenic drive from our ranch.
Antique Shopping: There are numerous antique shops in our nearby communities, as well as popular annual antiques fairs each April and September. We highly recommend checking out Mustang Alley Antiques right here in Cat Spring!
Stephen F. Austin State Park: This scenic park offers fishing, beautiful picnic areas, and 6 miles of biking and hiking trails.
San Felipe de Austin State Historic: Enjoy a glimpse into the colonial history of Texas and learn more about Stephen F. Austin, “Father of Texas,” and the Texas Revolution.
Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site: A picturesque park complex on the Brazos River that is a beautiful setting for picnics and nature watching. Visit the Star of the Republic Museum, Independence Hall and Barrington Living History Farm and learn more about the men who fought and won Texas’ independence.