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Medina River Texas
In south central Texas, in the Medina River Valley lies the beautiful Medina River, named 1689 after Pedro Medina, a Spanish engineer,
by Alonso de León, the Spanish governor.
For a long time the Medina River was the official boundary between Texas and Coahuila and the name Medina River was used all the way to the Gulf of Mexico.
map of Medina Lake
Bandera Riverfest - fun in + out the Medina River
On this photo taken on the 'Great View Nature trail' at
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve, you can see Median lake, built by the Medina Dam in NE Medina County, Texas, which was built as concrete dam in 1912.
The Edwards Plateau provides the springs starting in northwest of Bandera County, TX. When it reaches the
San Antonio River, 120 miles of sparkling water could be explored.
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Edwards Mountain can be seen from the Medina River and from Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve.
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