The sign at the gate says "The original, located on the Salisbury
Plain in England, was built over 3500 years ago. Its purpose is
unknown and perhaps unknowable" probably best describes this site
located outside Hunt, Texas.
Conceived by Al Shepperd and Doug Hill, no one will ever know why
this was built. It's beautifully executed in a beautiful
meadow. The replica is 60% as tall and 90% as large in
circumference as the original. I realize that things in Texas
are suppose to be bigger but I'll settle for better. All the
stones at Stone Henge II are still standing.
Stone Henge II is located in Hunt, Texas in Kerr County.
Take Texas 39 out of Ingram, Texas, to Hunt, Texas, out of Hunt take
F.M. 1340. The meadow is on the South side of the highway.
The meadow is fenced but has a gate for you to enter and enjoy the
sculpture. However, remember this is on private property,
please respect it.
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