HILL COUNTRY TOWNS OFFER ONE-OF-A-KIND EXPERIENCES
The Texas Hill Country is dotted with small, close-knit communities founded by immigrants from Europe, most notably Germany. Fredericksburg is the center of the Texas wine area with 14 local wineries and more nearby. Almost half of the state’s peaches are grown here. With a population just over 10,700, Fredericksburg is known for its welcoming B&Bs, charming boutiques and antique stores, acclaimed restaurants and frequent festivals. Just north of town, Enchanted Rock is a great getaway for camping, hiking and picnics.
Other notable Hill Country towns in proximity include
Cowboy capital of the world known for music, nightlife and guest dude ranches
Historic gem with celebrated restaurants, quality antique stores, nearby wineries and Old Tunnel State Park bat cave.
Tiny “town” with a celebrated musical heritage made famous by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson; general store with Texas-themed merchandise and a bar that is a great place to enjoy an ice cold beer and listen to singer songwriters.