WIth a vision to Educate Every Child, Every Day and a mission of providing a challenging, rigorous curriculum that develops citizens that are prepared, empowered, and inspired to make positive contributions in our community - The Luling Independent School District is a class AAA Uil School established in 1924 with four campuses and an enrollment of 1463.
There are also over a dozen college and universities within 50 miles of Luling
Luling has both an acute care hospital and a rehabilitation hospital.
Seton Edgar B. Davis Hospital is a general acute care facility committed to providing quality inpatient and outpatient services for residents of Caldwell and surrounding counties.
PAM Specialty Hospital of Luling is a Joint Commission Accredited, 34-bed, Long-Term Acute Care Hospital (LTACH). We offer personalized clinical and medical services to those patients who require extended observation and monitoring for complex medical issues.
Luling boasts a bevy of parks to satisfy a wide variety of recreation needs. Check out these local parks and their ammenities: Blanche Square, Edgar B. Davis Northside, River Trail Park, Luling Civic Center, Longer Park, Peach Park, Edgar B. Davis Southside, Zedler Mill Park and Pavilion, Patton Park and the Historic Fritz Zedler House.
Luling is also home to Texas Parks and Wildlifes first inland paddling trail on the scenic San Marcos River.
The City of Luling is a rural Caldwell County community of just over 5,000 residents located along the San Marcos River at the intersection of Interstate Hwy. 10 and U.S. Hwy. 183, 17 miles from SH 130 and just 23 miles from Interstate Hwy. 35 in San Marcos
Often referred to as the Crossroads to Everywhere due to its unique juxtaposition to Interstate 10, US Hwy. 183, US Hwy. 90 and Texas Hwy. 80 and 86 - Luling has tremendous pass through traffic for its small size.