Ingram is a coterie located in Kerr County, Texas. At the 2010 census, the population of this town was 1,804. The town is placed on the Guadalupe River in the Texas Hill Country. There is also an inventive replica of Stonehenge which is located in the Hill Country Arts Foundation. Some of the most popular summer camps are in this area, which is why the population blooms from June to August. Some of the camps Camp Rio Vista for boys, Camp Sierra Vista for girls. The city is served by its own Independent School District. The altitude of this town goes up to 1,732ft.