There are 12 counties in the Alamo Area region of Texas.
Visiting the Alamo Area
Converse, Fredericksburg, Hondo, Kerrville, Live Oak, New Braunfels,
Pleasanton, San Antonio, Schertz, Seguin, Universal City.
Atascosa, Bandera, Bexar, Comal, Frio, Gillespie, Guadalupe, Karnes,
Kendall, Kerr, Medina, Wilson.
07 - Atascosa County: Jourdanton.
Located near the center of Atascosa County, about 37 miles south of
downtown San Antonio, Jourdanton was founded in 1909 and named after Jourdan Campbell.
10 - Bandera County: Bandera.
Bandera calls itself 'The Cowboy Capital of the World'.
Bandera County Website.
15 - Bexar County: San Antonio.
San Antonio captures the
spirit of Texas. The seventh largest city in the United States, the city has retained its
sense of history and tradition, while carefully blending in cosmopolitan progress.
Leon Valley was
incorporated on March 31st, 1952, when the local residents became aware that the City of
San Antonio was preparing to annex the area. Legend has it that the Leon Valley area was
once the site of a stagecoach stop between Bandera and San Antonio, with the first
settlers arriving in the early 1800s.
Bexar County Website.
San Antonio is the most visited city in Texas. From The
Alamo and San Antonio's many other missions to an evening stroll along the San
Antonio River Walk - Visit San Antonio, and
46 - Comal County: New Braunfels.
82 - Frio County: Pearsall.
86 - Gillespie County: Fredericksburg.
94 - Guadalupe County: Seguin.
128 - Karnes County: Karnes City.
130 - Kendall County: Boerne.
133 - Kerr County: Kerrville.
163 - Medina County: Hondo.
247 - Wilson County: Floresville.
Alamo Area Council of Governments.
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