Kimble County is a county situated on the Edwards Plateau in the state of Texas. Junction is the county seat of Kimble County. George C. Kimble is the namesake of the county. He was the commander of the Immortal 32 and he died at the Battle of the Alamo. The county was originally created in 1858 and was officially organized in 1876. Considered among the earliest settlers of the county was Raleigh Gentry, who settled beside Bear Creek around the year 1857. Top sights and tourist attractions in the county are South Llano River State Park, Schreiner Park, Kimble County Historical Museum, and Lovers Leap.