The Hill Country Comes Alive in Fredericksburg
Enchanted Rock State Natural Area may be Fredericksburg’s most well-known outdoor adventure, but each spring the Texas Hill Country landscape comes alive with the color of wildflowers.
From bluebonnets to Indian Paintbrushes, wildflowers only add to the many ways to get out and enjoy the great outdoors in the region. Recognized as an International Dark Sky Community, Fredericksburg is also one of the state’s top places to enjoy a stargazing adventure.
If you want to experience Enchanted Rock, be sure to reserve an entry spot up to 30-days in advance. Enjoy 360-degree views of the Texas Hill Country and a diversity of trails throughout the park.
Another famous Fredericksburg outdoor adventure is Texas Wine Country. The area’s more than 50 wineries and vineyards offer outdoor patios with views of the surrounding countryside, along with award-winning wine.
Find your home away from home in Fredericksburg as the town features nearly 1,500 lodging options from quiet country cabins to newly built luxury homes. Outside of the multitude of vacation rentals, Fredericksburg also offers 23 hotels and motels with over 1,100 rooms as well as 12 RV parks and camping sites.
This spring, Fredericksburg is wrapping up its 175th Anniversary Celebration. Discover some of the town’s history by taking a self-guided walking tour through the Historic District. And don’t miss the town’s Grand Finale Celebration slated for May 5-8, 2022.
And finally, if you are able to plan your Texas Hill Country adventure Sunday-Thursday, you will find these perks when visiting town. Start any adventure to Fredericksburg with a stop at the town’s Visitor Center, which offers knowledgeable staff to answer your questions, plus free maps and brochures, public restrooms and ample free parking.