Our town is known for its apple orchards, but that ain't all!

Take a relaxing dip in the Medina River or ride the Twisted Sisters Motorcycle Trail. Get your fill of local eateries and other American fare downtown during your visit, to see us.

Medina street sign.

The Apple Capital of Texas? We know right?!

Years ago, our town's famous apple festival featured apple varieties from all over Texas. It quickly became a competition for other apple growers across the state. Sadly, our apple festival is no longer held, but don't worry. You can still find a variety of apples at Love Creek, so you don't miss out on the deliciousness that comes with apple harvest season.

Depending on the variety, apples are harvested between July and October. If apples aren't your thing, there is nothing better than the blackberries in May and June.

A favorite stop for travelers is The Apple Store Bakery and Patio Cafe. Get a taste of old-fashioned sweet cider and other appley goodness. The Core is our local spot for espresso, pizza, and prayer.

A group of people in tubing down the Media River.

As you approach town, winding roads and steady elevation gains greet you. It's one of the most spectacular drives in Texas.

We have a picturesque post office and "The Best Little Library in Texas" along our main drag, Texas Highway 16. The Old Timer General Store and its old-fashioned gas pumps are a must-see. If you're looking to stay the night, the River Oaks Courts have 11 recently renovated cottages for rent and provide a charm that you'll never forget.

Located along the southern edge of town along the Medina River is Moffett Park, a wonderful place to visit in the summer. On scalding afternoons the water is warm on top and a cool plunge below. The fishing isn't bad there either.

Expect a lot of love from the people when you visit here. And a lot of apples.

— Special thanks to Ida Hill for the pics