Fredericksburg is arguably one of the prettiest spots in the Texas Hill Country. There is something for everyone including Class C RVers. It’s definitely worth your while to visit.
Baron Otfried Hans Meusebach founded Fredericksburg as part of his mission to help German immigrants. Many of the Germans who settled Fredericksburg were liberal, educated people who were escaping from the consequences of the 1848 Revolution. These immigrants were extraordinary, and even made a peace treaty with the Comanche tribe; it is one of the few treaties never broken.
Whatever you like to do is probably available in Fredericksburg or nearby. In addition to the historical activities in town, you can visit the nearby famed LBJ ranch and National Park. There are museums in town, and the Chamber of Commerce’s Events Calendar offers concerts, theater, and tours.
This is also Texas wine country, and you can sign up for winery tours. Restaurants are many and varied. Hondo’s is the place to find genuine Texas cuisine and atmosphere with live music. The Altdorf Biergarten Restaurant serves authentic German fare with a variety of beers and ales.
Shoppers will head for Main Street where they will find 200 shops ranging from clothing and souvenirs, to gourmet food, liquors, and wine. Rustlin’ Robs Texas Gourmet Foods offers samples of their great Texas delicacies.
There are eight RV Parks and resorts in and near Fredericksburg, and the people of Fredericksburg are hospitable Texas-style. You’ll want to make your reservation early.