Hunt, Texas

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Hunt, Texas
unincorporated community
School in Hunt
School in Hunt
Location of Hunt, Texas
Location of Hunt, Texas
Hunt, Texas is located in Texas
Hunt, Texas
Hunt, Texas
Location within the state of Texas
Coordinates: 30°04′15″N 99°20′16″W / 30.07083°N 99.33778°W / 30.07083; -99.33778Coordinates: 30°04′15″N 99°20′16″W / 30.07083°N 99.33778°W / 30.07083; -99.33778
Country United States
State Texas
County Kerr
Time zone Central (CST) (UTC-6)
 • Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5)
ZIP code 78024

Hunt is an unincorporated community in western Kerr County, Texas. It is located in the heart of the Hill Country of Texas (the rugged limestone hills that separate the coastal plain from the Edwards Plateau). The city of Hunt, TX sits on the Northern fork of the Guadalupe River on Highway 39.


The settlement was originally named Japonica; it was later changed to Hunt when Alva Joy purchased land in the area from Bob Hunt and established a US Post Office on the site.

The Stonehenge II replica was built on the North Fork north of Hunt. In the summer of 2012, Stonehenge II was moved to the front yard of the Point Theater in nearby Ingram.


Hunt sits at the confluence of the North and South Forks of the Guadalupe River.

Notable Places[edit]

The Hunt Store is a quaint local convenient store and gas station sitting right on Highway 39 and held close to the heart of locals.

Many summer camps call Hunt, TX home namely: Camp Mystic for Girls, Camp Waldemar, and Heart of the Hills. All boys camps include Camp Stewart for boys, Camp LaJunta, and Camp Rio Vista. CO-Ed camps in this hilled country include MOranch.

Hunt, TX also has a Yogi Bears Jelly Stone RV Park for all your RV campsite needs.


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