Shopping Spree!

The San Marcos Outlets is not only the largest outlet center in the United States, but you won’t find many of these luxury designer or brand outlets anywhere else in Texas. 260 stores, 1.2 million square feet, and amazing discounts of up to 65% off retail. Be sure to visit downtown San Marcos. Locally-owned shops, restaurants, bistros and nightspots fuel everyone's favorite vacation pastimes – shopping and eating! Unique gifts, trendy boutiques, cool art, vintage clothing, one-of-a-kind jewelry and handmade furniture are all in the bag when you shop The Square. 

  • 3939 Interstate 35 #900
  • (512) 396-2200

San Marcos Premium Outlets is an outdoor shopping mecca offering an impressive collection of 145 luxury and name brand stores to include designer fashions for men, women and children, sportswear, shoes, jewelry, housewares and others. The shopping mall features outlet stores that…

  • 690 Centerpoint Road #205
  • (512) 392-8967

Two P’s and Calli's is a sassy, trendy fashion boutique that caters to women of all ages and sizes with a desire for style and a love for fashion! Their vast selection of ladies clothing ranges from the hottest must-haves to a simple, sleek pair of black pumps. At Two P’s and…

  • 690 Centerpoint Road #201
  • (512) 749-1514

Shop the season's latest outdoor apparel at Hays County Outfitters. Gear up with selections from Southern Tide, North Face, Patagonia, Maui Jims and more. Monday through Saturday 10am - 6pm Sunday 12pm - 5pm

  • 218 Moore Street
  • (512) 353-3500

Come enjoy Texas Hill Country cuisine, luscious cocktails and a carefully selected beer and wine list that includes some of Texas' best. Located in historic west San Marcos, Palmer's is a beautifully renovated building constructed in the 1920s. The courtyard is a showcase for…


Shop Big! Did you know the San Marcos Outlets make up 1.2 MILLION square feet of pure shopping paradise? Takes “shop till you drop” to a whole new level.

Farmers Market

San Marcos Farmer's Market provides an outlet for Central Texas farmers to market their crops and a source of fresh, homegrown and homemade products for the local consumer.