Junction Area Information
Junction is a town of 2600 persons, the county seat of Kimble County, population 4100. The economy is agriculture-based, with ranching and hunting being the primary source of income. The county is in the geologic region of Texas known as the Edwards Plateau. Eroded limestone hills are cut through by streams, which feed the two major rivers of the area, the North and South Llano Rivers. The town site is at the "junction" of these two rivers. Kimble County has over 300 miles of flowing streams, more than any other county in Texas. The water comes from springs which are prevalent throughout the area.
Junction Wikipedia Article
|Climate and Services
The climate is moderate in this semi-arid county. Average annual temperature is 64.7°. Rainfall averages 22 inches yearly.
Because of the location on interstate highway 10 and the fact that it is the county seat, the town provides for a variety of goods and services. Kimble Hospital, emergency medical service and a staff of physicians, other medical professionals including dentists, serve the community.
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|Food and Lodging
The Kimble County Chamber of Commerce website, www.junctiontexas.net, has detailed information on area hotels, motels, restaurants, shops and other activities you can enjoy during your stay.
Nearby Attractions(within 120 miles)
|South Llano River State Park
2,000 acres hiking/ mountain biking trails, river activities habitat for the Rio Grande Wild Turkey
|Devils Sink Hole - Rocksprings Texas
See the four million Mexican Free-tailed Bats exit from the largest single room cavern in Texas. Evening bat tours, May through October. Day tours can be arranged.(830) 683-2406
|Caverns of Sonora
Beautiful live caverns with guided tours, camping and picnicking available. Summer dinner theater
Historical German settled community. Pioneer homes, German bakeries and restaurants, crafts and curio shopping
|Enchanted Rock State Park
Unusual granite monolith
|LBJ State Park
Historical park near Johnson City, home of former US President Lyndon Baines Johnson, ranch tours and visitor center
Bicultural city, home of the Alamo, Sea World, Fiesta Texas, Spanish missions, zoo, art galleries, Institute of Texan Cultures and River Walk
|Del Rio and Mexico
Border of Mexico, shopping across border, nearby Lake Amistad and historic Pecos River