About the Texas Hill Country & Fredericksburg
The Texas Hill Country encompasses over 14,000 square miles of music, rolling hills, spring-fed rivers and dude ranches. The Texas Hill Country’s diversity ensures that tourists can find virtually anything they want including lodging and vacation rentals. Close your eyes and imagine crystal clear streams a huge oak and cedar trees showered over the hills. In the spring, roadsides and open fields bloom with pride showing their wildflowers from the state flower of Texas – the bluebonnets – to the Indian Paint Brushes and many, many more. Fall brings bright reds, oranges and yellows as leaves start to fall and announce the start of a new season. Summer is the time to tube down the river or boat on the many lakes or trying out some of the best barbecue you will find. Winter is mild with a brisk cool air, and Christmas is a whole season to itself – with the multitude of cities showcasing their lights throughout their charming towns. The Texas Hill Country residents have been known to greet their visitors with a friendly “Howdy ya’ll”. It’s a slice of heaven with breathtaking beauty and a relaxing atmosphere. You know how they say Texas is a whole other country? Well, the Hill Country is a whole other state. Five million visitors are welcomed into this state annually. Other wonderful sights include the abundant wildlife such as the white tailed deer, armadillos and array of birds making their homes in the hills offers a unique glimpse to nature.