Explore Center Point and the Texas Hill Country

Center Point, Texas is a town with a rich history. It was originally named Zanzenberg in 1859 by the post office founder Dr. Charles de Ganahl, but in 1872, when the post office moved to the south side of the river, it was renamed to Center Point. Center Point is located in the middle of the Texas Hill Country and it was an important stopping point for commerce back in the day. If you’re interested in history, you’ll definitely want to check out the Center Point Historical District which is located less than a mile from our cabins, and can be accessed by heading toward the beautiful waterfall at the dam and taking the low-water crossing to town.

Where to Eat & Drink

Zanzenberg Tavern

217 FM480, Center Point, TX 

(830) 634-2619

Open Wednesday-Sunday, 4pm-10pm / Happy hour – 4pm-6pm


If you’re ever in Center Point, you have to check out this beautiful building located in the historical downtown area. It’s been recently revamped and now it’s a real gem! Inside you’ll find fine dining, an upscale bar and a beautiful outdoor garden with a cozy fire pit, perfect for a romantic dinner or a casual hangout with friends. Plus, they have the best chef in town and live music on the weekends. It’s definitely one of our favorite spots and we’re sure you’ll love it too!

> Read about Zanzenberg Tavern in the Fall 2023 issue of Rock and Vine magazine.

Central Provisions

227 FM 480, Center Point, TX

(830) 928-4261

Open Thursday 10am-5pm / Friday-Saturday 10am-8pm 



If you’re looking for a unique wine and cheese experience, you have to check out this funky little wine bar and cheese shop. It’s filled with eclectic antiques and it’s just the perfect spot for a casual night out. You can choose to eat in or take out, but either way, you don’t want to miss out on their offerings of fresh local foods from Hill Country producers, unique selections of beer and wine, and delicious charcuterie boards. They also sell farm-raised meats that you can take home to grill. They are the heart of the community and they often host pop-up street parties. And if you’re into live music, don’t forget to check out their website for upcoming events.

Dos Amigos

322 FM 480, Center Point, TX 

(830) 634-2198

Open Tuesday – Sunday



Are you in search of authentic Tex-Mex cuisine? Look no further! This family-owned restaurant is the spot for you. Not only do they offer fast and friendly service, but they also have a wide variety of options for you to choose from. Whether you’re in the mood for breakfast tacos or a full Mexican meal, they’ve got you covered. And if you’re looking for a casual spot to grab a drink, they also have a quaint local bar on site. Whether you choose to dine in or take out, this restaurant is sure to please.

Camp Verde General Store

285 Camp Verde Road East, Camp Verde, TX 78010

(830) 634.7722

Open Monday – Sunday



Nestled in Texas, the Camp Verde General Store is a hidden treasure boasting over 150 years of rich history. Beyond its quaint appearance lies a haven of delectable delights, from mouthwatering sandwiches and refreshing soft drinks to an impressive array of artisanal products and fine foods sourced globally. Wander through this charming store and be captivated by its diverse offerings.

Don’t Miss these Spots

The surrounding towns of Kerrville, San Antonio, Fredericksburg, Bandera, and Comfort are all easily accessible within 20 minutes to an hour and they offer a variety of historical sites, shopping, antiquing, museums, and parks to explore. In the spring, explore these Texas Hill Country drives. If wine tasting is your thing, rent a limousine in Comfort and head for the Texas Hill Country vineyards where you will find over 50 vineyards.




Museums and Theaters

  • The Museum of Western Art
  • Kerr Arts and Cultural Center
  • Schreiner Mansion
  • Cailloux Theater
  • Point Theater



  • Comanche Trace (semiprivate course)
  • Riverhill Country Club (semiprivate course)
  • Scott Schreiner Municipal (public course)
  • Utopia Golf (9-hole)