Attractions in Junction

Junction’s scenic sloping hills and placid rivers provide the ideal environment for those who enjoy playing in the great outdoors. Among the many attractions in Junction, you’ll find a vast state park with miles of hiking trails and a challenging nine-hole public golf course. Read on to see what else Junction has to offer.

Junction Disc Golf Course
Challenge your friends to a competitive round at Junction’s 18-basket disc golf course set among a scenic wooded area on both sides of the Llano River. The course is open for play throughout the year, and it hosts several tournaments. Junction’s disc golf course located in the City and County parks near the intersection of FM 2169 and TX-481.
Junction, TX 76849
(325) 446-5356

Junction Golf Club
Junction Golf Club is a public nine-hole course set among the rolling tree-covered hills and spectacular limestone bluffs of the Texas Hill Country. Play starts at the 470-yard par five and continues through oak and pecan thickets and along the scenic Cedar Creek. The course is open Wednesday through Sunday throughout the year.
FM 2169
Junction, TX 76849
(325) 446-2968

Kimble County Historical Museum
Discover the trials, tribulations, and experiences of the people of Kimble County at this historical museum in Junction. Browse the various exhibits of World War I and II memorabilia, historical documents, photographs, Indian relics, and antique tools that showcase the county’s rich history. The museum is open Monday through Friday year-round, and admission is free.
101 North 4th Street
Junction, TX 76849
(325) 446-4219

Kimble County Library / O.C. Fisher Museum
The Kimble County Library is a public library located within a quaint limestone structure nestled under oak trees just off of Main Street. Along with its collection of books, the library offers free Wi-Fi access, a self-serve coffee bar, and an outdoor patio. The complex also includes the O.C. Fisher Museum dedicated to Congressman Ovie Clark Fisher, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1943 to 1974.
208 North 10th Street
Junction, TX 76849
(325) 446-2342

London Hall
Get on your two-steppin’ boots and giddy on up to London Hall, one of the oldest dance halls in Texas. To get there from Junction, head about 20 miles north on Highway 377 to the quaint community of London. Step inside of the dance hall, and you’ll hear top-class music from some of the best country bands in the area. Find your rhythm and you’re in for an unforgettable night.
17430 Highway 377
London, TX 76854
(325) 475-2921

South Llano River State Park
The pristine flowing water of the Llano River, an abundance of birds and wildlife, and 18 miles of scenic hiking and biking trails can be found in South Llano River State Park. This 2,630-acre natural area, located a few miles south of Junction, is the place to go for kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, hiking, and birding. Camp sites and picnic areas are available, as well. The state park is year-round, with peak season running from March to October.
1927 Park Road 73
Junction, TX 76849
(325) 446-3994

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