Outdoor Adventure

Hiking, biking, bird watching, camping, fishing, swimming or canoeing/kayaking the Llano River.   Mason awaits your out door adventure! ...
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The Historical Mason Square offers a variety of unique and exclusive gift, art, antique and clothing shops! ...
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Hill Country History

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Mason County is the heart of the Llano uplifts and home to the second largest bat cave in North America, ...
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Mason Art Galleries showcase original works by local Mason artists as well as those from all over.  They offer a ...
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Mason County is home to generations of hunters.  Offering whitetail, wild hog, turkey, trophy hunts, exotics and much more.  All ...
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    Mason, Texas, located on the western side of the Hill Country, offers a beautiful combination of rugged Texas landscape, as well as historic, recreational and cultural opportunities for any visitor or resident. The first thing people notice is the town square, which is considered one of the five most beautiful squares in Texas by Texas Monthly Magazine. Once you've seen it for yourself, you will know why we are the “Gem of the Hill Country”.


  • “A Day in Magical Mason”

    “A Day in Magical Mason” This is a “don’t miss, can’t miss, won’t miss event”: Join us October 8th for “Live at Lea Lou: A Day in Magical Mason” Hear incredible performances from some of Texas’ best entertainers: Garner Sloan, Guadalupe Pirates...
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    Grand Opening, Mixer, & Ribbon Cutting

    Grand Opening Mixer and Ribbon Cutting for Bar-A Hunting& Fishing Ranch and Ole Yellow Wednesday, September 28th ,4:30-7:30pm Please save the date and join us for our Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting event! We will be celebrating with free pizza and beverages. Take a tour of our lovely getaway in th...
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    Old Yeller Days

    Old Yeller Days celebration will be held Saturday September 24th From 10:00-1:00pm on the Mason County Court House Lawn This annual event, sponsored by the Mason County Beven Eckertt Memorial Library, will bring to life the frontier times of Mason County and its literary heritage Mason author Fred Gipso...
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