What could be bad about a day trip to the "Pie Capital of Texas"? Of course, nothing. But there's a LOT that's right.


Texas Pie Company

There’s no doubt that this is one of the BEST pie shops in all of Texas and single-handedly turned Kyle into the “Pie Capital of Texas.”  Come for lunch or just pie.  You won’t regret it.

Hays City Store

On the outskirts of Kyle (and technically in Driftwood) you’ll find the definition of a Hill Country hideaway.  Cold beer, big oak trees, and DELICIOUS food.  Everything on the menu is amazing, but don’t sleep on the chicken fried steak.


Kyle Railroad Depot

This is the best place to learn how a small train depot town turned into one of the fastest-growing cities in America.


5 Mile Dam Park

This is the best public place to swim in the Blanco River.  It fluctuates greatly with the rainfall, but there’s usually a great place to take a dip, you just might have to walk upstream a bit.

Flying Armadillo Disc Golf

This is disc golf meets putt putt golf and it’s a BLAST.  There are two courses.  One is a professional-level and challenging disc golf course and the other is a strange version of mini golf with discs.  You’ll have to avoid dinosaurs and even save The Alamo!

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