brew pubs (my personal favorite-the Fredericksburg Brewery-great German treats,)
living history farmstead, art galleries, live music, scenic drives, golf and more.
Specific attractions include: the National Museum of the Pacific War, LBJ State and National Historic Parks, the Pioneer Museum Complex, Wildseed Farms, Fredericksburg Herb Farm, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, Luckenbach, Quintessential Chocolates/Chocolat, Rockbox Theater and other unique sites. Fredericksburg has over 70 restaurants and bakeries and over 150 shops. Fredericksburg is also famous for their Trade Days.
The Lady Bird Golf Course is also renowned for it's challenging 72 par green.
Even The New York Times rated the Texas Hill Country #1 in "31 Places to Go This Summer" The article boasted:
-The New York Times, Sunday, June 1, 2008"Who needs Europe? The Texas Hill Country, west of Austin and north of San Antonio, might be the next best thing to crossing the Atlantic. The region is lush, colorful and, unlike much of the pancake-flat state, dotted with beautiful green hills that are evocative of Tuscany or the south of France. Moreover, the region is speckled with 22 wineries that buzz with food and music festivals year round. And towns like Fredericksburg offer a taste of the Old World, with German-style biergartens and schnitzelhauser. "
The Hill Country has several nice RV Parks and the Enchanted Rock State Park for outdoor enthusiasts but you may also opt to stay closer to San Antonio so you can visit it's attractions as well. In that case make sure to check us out at Hidden Valley RV Park where you can find "a little piece of country in San Antonio" and use your RV site as a basecamp to see several surrounding attractions.
Come see us soon!