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THE GUADALUPE RIVER
The Guadalupe River was discovered in 1689 by Alonzo DeLeon, who named it in honor of the patron saint of the expedition. DeLeon, and other later travelers, considered it to be the most beautiful river in Texas. Today, its' scenic beauty and clear waters still attract admiration from visitors thoughout Texas.
The Guadalupe River begins near the town of Hunt in Kerr County, where the North and South Forks of the river converge, and ends 431 miles later at San Antonio Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The Guadalupe River watershed encompasses an area of 5,994 square miles, and includes a wide diversity of geological, botanical, and aquatic life.