The 25,452 acres of the Medina Watershed contains 116 miles of river corridor, and 5 counties: Bandera, Bexar, Medina, and parts of Kerr and Kendall.
What We’re Protecting
The Medina River is a short, narrow, and beautiful river that is reminiscent of the Upper Guadalupe because of the physical nature of its topography. Starting in the northwest Bandera County, it winds approximately 116 miles through Bandera, Medina, and Bexar Counties to its confluence with the San Antonio River southeast of the city of San Antonio.
Current TLC Conservation Properties
- Bear Springs Blossom
- Elam Creek Ranch
- Straus Medina MB