There are interesting sights in Rocksprings as well as in the surrounding areas:
a dollhouse exhibit
The Three Sisters: Ride a ninety-five mile, two plus hour scenic drive over Texas Hill Country ridges and through valleys; Ranch Roads 335, 336, & 337 provide some of Texas’ best motorcycle and car trips.
Camp Eagle: 1400 acres located on the headwaters of the Nueces River; offers wilderness adventures and extreme sport; hosts largest Mountain Bike Festival in Texas: www.campeagle.org
Devil’s Sinkhole State Natural Area: Bat Tours, Nature Walks, and Birdwatching; largest one-chamber cave in Texas: (830) 683-BATS or www.devilssinkhole.org.
Kickapoo Cavern State Park: Guided flashlight tours of the cavern, by appointment; largest
Speleothem in Texas; Bats; Birds, 240 migrant and resident species; Papershell Pinyon Trees:
(830) 563-2342 or www.tpwd.state.tx.us/park/kickapoo/
an arrowhead exhibit
Texas Miniature Museum: “A collection of the diminutive;” Dollhouses and furnishings from 1900 to the present; located across the street from the Hotel: (713) 515-2780.
Down Range Supply: Visit and shop for guns, scopes, ammunition, knives, accessories, predator lights, gun safes, and wildlife feeders; 116 N. Well St.; (409) 790-3720.
Mitchell Arrowhead Museum: Thousands of ancient Indian arrowheads and artifacts. Located in the Rocksprings Home & Ranch Supply; 301 West Main St.
Historic Architecture: Take a walk around the Square and view the Courthouse, ca 1897 and the Jail. The Courthouse has been restored under the auspices of the Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program.