This small community on the banks of the Guadalupe River started in what’s now known as “Old Ingram,” a popular stop with visitors thanks to its art galleries.
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*DogTipper Choice Canine Camp. Every spring, Ingram is home to a three-night Canine Camp that invites dog lovers and dogs to vacation together in a canine version of summer camp. Conducted by The Canine Center for Training and Behavior in Austin, the camp features basic obedience, canine sports, Canine Good Citizen and Therapy Dog seminars and more, all conducted by trainers and dog professionals. The all-inclusive camp is conducted on a 725-acre private ranch with a full schedule of training and educational sessions as well as fun and free time. Info: (512) 721-8496; morefunthandirt.com/event/canine-camp. Fee.
Stonehenge II and Easter Island Statues. OK, it’s not every day you get the free opportunity to pose your dog at Stonehenge or with an Easter Island statue but here’s your chance. Stonehenge II is 90 percent as tall and 60 percent as wide as the UK original and, having seen both, we have to say it’s pretty darn impressive. Originally in Hunt, Texas, the installation was moved to the Hill Country Arts Foundation in Ingram and is now available for touring anytime. Alongside Stonehenge II, you’ll find two 13-foot Easter Island heads. Info: 120 Point Theatre Rd. S.; (830) 367-5121; www.hcaf.com. Free.
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West Kerr County Chamber of Commerce; (830) 367–4322; www.wkcc.com.
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