map marker 1Palmetto State Park

78 Park Road 11 South, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-3266
A little piece of the tropics lies just an hour from Austin and San Antonio. With multiple sources of water (including the San Marcos River), Palmetto State Park is a haven for a wide variety of animals and plants. Look for dwarf palmettos, the park’s namesake, growing under the trees. You can swim, tube, fish and canoe here. Besides the flowing river, the park also has an
oxbow lake, an artesian well and swamps. RV and Tent camping available.
Visit the Palmetto Park Website.

Pioneer Village & Living History Center

2122 N Saint Joseph, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-2157
Pioneer Village Living History Center houses a collection of
1800s and early 1900s era houses and buildings from Gonzales
County. Each structure has been donated and carefully
relocated to the grounds of The Village for its preservation. The
furnishings and equipment found within these structures
represent the cultural lifestyle of the pioneers who settled this
area. Their annual evening event in December, Stars in The
Village, is highly attended.
Visit the Pioneer Village Website.

Fort Waul

78 Park Road 11 South, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-3266
A little piece of the tropics lies just an hour from Austin and San Antonio. With multiple sources of water (including the San Marcos River), Palmetto State Park is a haven for a wide variety of animals and plants. Look for dwarf palmettos, the park’s namesake, growing under the trees. You can swim, tube, fish and canoe here. Besides the flowing river, the park also has an
oxbow lake, an artesian well and swamps. RV and Tent camping available.
Visit the Palmetto Park Website.

The Edwards High School Community Center
& African American Museum

2122 N Saint Joseph, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-2157
Pioneer Village Living History Center houses a collection of
1800s and early 1900s era houses and buildings from Gonzales
County. Each structure has been donated and carefully
relocated to the grounds of The Village for its preservation. The
furnishings and equipment found within these structures
represent the cultural lifestyle of the pioneers who settled this
area. Their annual evening event in December, Stars in The
Village, is highly attended.
Visit the Pioneer Village Website.

Gonzales County Archives & Record Center

78 Park Road 11 South, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-3266
A little piece of the tropics lies just an hour from Austin and San Antonio. With multiple sources of water (including the San Marcos River), Palmetto State Park is a haven for a wide variety of animals and plants. Look for dwarf palmettos, the park’s namesake, growing under the trees. You can swim, tube, fish and canoe here. Besides the flowing river, the park also has an
oxbow lake, an artesian well and swamps. RV and Tent camping available.
Visit the Palmetto Park Website.

Independence Square

2122 N Saint Joseph, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-2157
Pioneer Village Living History Center houses a collection of
1800s and early 1900s era houses and buildings from Gonzales
County. Each structure has been donated and carefully
relocated to the grounds of The Village for its preservation. The
furnishings and equipment found within these structures
represent the cultural lifestyle of the pioneers who settled this
area. Their annual evening event in December, Stars in The
Village, is highly attended.
Visit the Pioneer Village Website.

Market Square – Historic Riverside School

78 Park Road 11 South, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-3266
A little piece of the tropics lies just an hour from Austin and San Antonio. With multiple sources of water (including the San Marcos River), Palmetto State Park is a haven for a wide variety of animals and plants. Look for dwarf palmettos, the park’s namesake, growing under the trees. You can swim, tube, fish and canoe here. Besides the flowing river, the park also has an
oxbow lake, an artesian well and swamps. RV and Tent camping available.
Visit the Palmetto Park Website.

Texas Heroes Square

2122 N Saint Joseph, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-2157
Pioneer Village Living History Center houses a collection of
1800s and early 1900s era houses and buildings from Gonzales
County. Each structure has been donated and carefully
relocated to the grounds of The Village for its preservation. The
furnishings and equipment found within these structures
represent the cultural lifestyle of the pioneers who settled this
area. Their annual evening event in December, Stars in The
Village, is highly attended.
Visit the Pioneer Village Website.

Central Square – Gonzales County Courthouse, Gonzales County Jail
Museum

78 Park Road 11 South, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-3266
A little piece of the tropics lies just an hour from Austin and San Antonio. With multiple sources of water (including the San Marcos River), Palmetto State Park is a haven for a wide variety of animals and plants. Look for dwarf palmettos, the park’s namesake, growing under the trees. You can swim, tube, fish and canoe here. Besides the flowing river, the park also has an
oxbow lake, an artesian well and swamps. RV and Tent camping available.
Visit the Palmetto Park Website.

Church Square

2122 N Saint Joseph, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-2157
Pioneer Village Living History Center houses a collection of
1800s and early 1900s era houses and buildings from Gonzales
County. Each structure has been donated and carefully
relocated to the grounds of The Village for its preservation. The
furnishings and equipment found within these structures
represent the cultural lifestyle of the pioneers who settled this
area. Their annual evening event in December, Stars in The
Village, is highly attended.
Visit the Pioneer Village Website.

Cemetery Square

78 Park Road 11 South, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-3266
A little piece of the tropics lies just an hour from Austin and San Antonio. With multiple sources of water (including the San Marcos River), Palmetto State Park is a haven for a wide variety of animals and plants. Look for dwarf palmettos, the park’s namesake, growing under the trees. You can swim, tube, fish and canoe here. Besides the flowing river, the park also has an
oxbow lake, an artesian well and swamps. RV and Tent camping available.
Visit the Palmetto Park Website.

Gonzales Memorial Museum , First Shot Cannon

2122 N Saint Joseph, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-2157
Pioneer Village Living History Center houses a collection of
1800s and early 1900s era houses and buildings from Gonzales
County. Each structure has been donated and carefully
relocated to the grounds of The Village for its preservation. The
furnishings and equipment found within these structures
represent the cultural lifestyle of the pioneers who settled this
area. Their annual evening event in December, Stars in The
Village, is highly attended.
Visit the Pioneer Village Website.

The Eggleston House

78 Park Road 11 South, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-3266
A little piece of the tropics lies just an hour from Austin and San Antonio. With multiple sources of water (including the San Marcos River), Palmetto State Park is a haven for a wide variety of animals and plants. Look for dwarf palmettos, the park’s namesake, growing under the trees. You can swim, tube, fish and canoe here. Besides the flowing river, the park also has an
oxbow lake, an artesian well and swamps. RV and Tent camping available.
Visit the Palmetto Park Website.

Kerr Creek Park & 18-hole Disc Golf Course

2122 N Saint Joseph, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-2157
Pioneer Village Living History Center houses a collection of
1800s and early 1900s era houses and buildings from Gonzales
County. Each structure has been donated and carefully
relocated to the grounds of The Village for its preservation. The
furnishings and equipment found within these structures
represent the cultural lifestyle of the pioneers who settled this
area. Their annual evening event in December, Stars in The
Village, is highly attended.
Visit the Pioneer Village Website.

Sam Houston Oak & Braches House

78 Park Road 11 South, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-3266
A little piece of the tropics lies just an hour from Austin and San Antonio. With multiple sources of water (including the San Marcos River), Palmetto State Park is a haven for a wide variety of animals and plants. Look for dwarf palmettos, the park’s namesake, growing under the trees. You can swim, tube, fish and canoe here. Besides the flowing river, the park also has an
oxbow lake, an artesian well and swamps. RV and Tent camping available.
Visit the Palmetto Park Website.

Robert Lee Brothers, Jr. Memorial Library

2122 N Saint Joseph, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-2157
Pioneer Village Living History Center houses a collection of
1800s and early 1900s era houses and buildings from Gonzales
County. Each structure has been donated and carefully
relocated to the grounds of The Village for its preservation. The
furnishings and equipment found within these structures
represent the cultural lifestyle of the pioneers who settled this
area. Their annual evening event in December, Stars in The
Village, is highly attended.
Visit the Pioneer Village Website.

The Visitor’s Center and Come and Take
It Shop

78 Park Road 11 South, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-3266
A little piece of the tropics lies just an hour from Austin and San Antonio. With multiple sources of water (including the San Marcos River), Palmetto State Park is a haven for a wide variety of animals and plants. Look for dwarf palmettos, the park’s namesake, growing under the trees. You can swim, tube, fish and canoe here. Besides the flowing river, the park also has an
oxbow lake, an artesian well and swamps. RV and Tent camping available.
Visit the Palmetto Park Website.

Military Square

2122 N Saint Joseph, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-2157
Pioneer Village Living History Center houses a collection of
1800s and early 1900s era houses and buildings from Gonzales
County. Each structure has been donated and carefully
relocated to the grounds of The Village for its preservation. The
furnishings and equipment found within these structures
represent the cultural lifestyle of the pioneers who settled this
area. Their annual evening event in December, Stars in The
Village, is highly attended.
Visit the Pioneer Village Website.

The Visitor’s Center and Come and Take
It Shop

78 Park Road 11 South, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-3266
A little piece of the tropics lies just an hour from Austin and San Antonio. With multiple sources of water (including the San Marcos River), Palmetto State Park is a haven for a wide variety of animals and plants. Look for dwarf palmettos, the park’s namesake, growing under the trees. You can swim, tube, fish and canoe here. Besides the flowing river, the park also has an
oxbow lake, an artesian well and swamps. RV and Tent camping available.
Visit the Palmetto Park Website.

Military Square

2122 N Saint Joseph, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-2157
Pioneer Village Living History Center houses a collection of
1800s and early 1900s era houses and buildings from Gonzales
County. Each structure has been donated and carefully
relocated to the grounds of The Village for its preservation. The
furnishings and equipment found within these structures
represent the cultural lifestyle of the pioneers who settled this
area. Their annual evening event in December, Stars in The
Village, is highly attended.
Visit the Pioneer Village Website.

The Visitor’s Center and Come and Take
It Shop

78 Park Road 11 South, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-3266
A little piece of the tropics lies just an hour from Austin and San Antonio. With multiple sources of water (including the San Marcos River), Palmetto State Park is a haven for a wide variety of animals and plants. Look for dwarf palmettos, the park’s namesake, growing under the trees. You can swim, tube, fish and canoe here. Besides the flowing river, the park also has an
oxbow lake, an artesian well and swamps. RV and Tent camping available.
Visit the Palmetto Park Website.

Military Square

2122 N Saint Joseph, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-2157
Pioneer Village Living History Center houses a collection of
1800s and early 1900s era houses and buildings from Gonzales
County. Each structure has been donated and carefully
relocated to the grounds of The Village for its preservation. The
furnishings and equipment found within these structures
represent the cultural lifestyle of the pioneers who settled this
area. Their annual evening event in December, Stars in The
Village, is highly attended.
Visit the Pioneer Village Website.

The Visitor’s Center and Come and Take
It Shop

78 Park Road 11 South, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-3266
A little piece of the tropics lies just an hour from Austin and San Antonio. With multiple sources of water (including the San Marcos River), Palmetto State Park is a haven for a wide variety of animals and plants. Look for dwarf palmettos, the park’s namesake, growing under the trees. You can swim, tube, fish and canoe here. Besides the flowing river, the park also has an
oxbow lake, an artesian well and swamps. RV and Tent camping available.
Visit the Palmetto Park Website.

Military Square

2122 N Saint Joseph, Gonzales, Texas 78629
(830) 672-2157
Pioneer Village Living History Center houses a collection of
1800s and early 1900s era houses and buildings from Gonzales
County. Each structure has been donated and carefully
relocated to the grounds of The Village for its preservation. The
furnishings and equipment found within these structures
represent the cultural lifestyle of the pioneers who settled this
area. Their annual evening event in December, Stars in The
Village, is highly attended.
Visit the Pioneer Village Website.