Cowboy Capital - Bandera, Texas.

Cowboy Capital - Bandera, Texas.

Bandera, Texas is known as the "Cowboy Capital of the World" due to its long history of cattle ranching and rodeo culture. It has been a popular tourist destination and is known for keeping its old western charm and natural beauty that many small towns eventually fade from. Bandera is located in what is known as the "Hill country" region of Texas. It is referred to the Hill Country for its rolling hills and picturesque landscape. As the origin of the Great Western Cattle Trail, Bandera earned its cowboy identity. More than 2,000 miles of North American prairies were traveled by its network of paths. These trails were once recognized as the longest cattle drive in the world and it successfully spread the reputation of the Texas Longhorn.

 

Bandera is home to several rodeos and cowboy events throughout the year most of them featured at Mansfield Park Rodeo Arena. The long list of events shows the celebrated western history of this town. The long list of events include: https://www.banderacowboycapital.com/events

 

Frontier Times Museum's Cowboy Capital of the World Rodeo

ANNUAL BANDERA COUNTY JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW (started in 1936)

BANDERA CATTLE COMPANY GUNFIGHTERS (Shows monthly)

COWBOY CAPITAL TRAIL RIDE TO SAN ANTONIO (Annual)

TEXAS HILL COUNTRY MUSICFEST (11th Annual)

Cowboy Mardi Gras Bull Riding

Thunder in the Hill Country-Texas Hill Country Bike Week

RANCHING HERITAGE DAY

BANDERA PRO RODEO MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND STAMPEDE RODEO

Memorial Day Parade

NATIONAL DAY OF THE AMERICAN COWBOY

 

The Hill Country State Natural Area (HCSNA) is located in Bandera (10600 Bandera Creek Rd) and hosts many visitors and events such as the annual HOKA Bandera Endurance Trail Races (100k, 50k, 25k, Youth 1 mi). For hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders, the Hill Country State Natural Area offers rustic camping, backpacking, nature viewing, and multiuse paths. Learn more about the rocky canyons, picturesque plateaus, and peaceful creek bottoms that make up this old 5,000 acre ranch located northwest of San Antonio: https://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/hill-country

 

If you're looking for a true taste of cowboy culture, Bandera, Texas is the place to be. This is exactly why we decided to name one of scents Bandera. Our Bandera scented candle features notes of cactus, agave and a sweet earthiness. Check out our Bandera scent in 12oz or 8oz!

 

Our Bandera 8oz. matte black tin:

https://summerfieldcandleco.com/products/8oz-soy-candle-bandera-scent-matte-black-travel-tin

 

Our Bandera 12oz. premium glass jar: 

https://summerfieldcandleco.com/products/12oz-soy-candle-bandera-scent-premium-glass-jar-candle

 

 

11th St Lounge - The Biggest Little Bar In Texas, serving up beer and country western swing music in Bandera, Texas.

11th St Lounge - The Biggest Little Bar In Texas, serving up beer and country western swing music in Bandera, Texas. (Old picture but still kicking today)

 

 

Old Texaco Station - Bandera, Texas

 

 

 

Sinclair Service Station - Main St. - Bandera, Texas.

Sinclair Service Station - Main St. - Bandera, Texas.

 

 

The old Bandera town jailhouse - 1881 - Bandera, Texas

The old Bandera town jailhouse - 1881 - Bandera, Texas.

 

 

Silver Spur Ranch - Bandera, Texas

Silver Spur Ranch - Bandera, Texas

 

 

Old Huffmeyer Store - Main St, Bandera, Texas.

The old Huffmeyer Store - Main St. Bandera, Texas.