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Amid the scenic wineries of Texas Hill Country, the Peach Country RV Park is a laid-back campground in Stonewall. There are more than 40 wineries within a 15-mile radius of the RV park, which is also just a stone’s throw from the “Live Music Heart of Texas” in Luckenbach.
RV camping at Peach Country RV Park includes access to 52 level, full hookup sites, with 20, 30 or 50-amp electrics available. Picnic tables are provided at each of the sites, and there are clean showers and bathrooms, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi available throughout the campground.
You can mingle with the other campers in the clubhouse, which is equipped with both charcoal and propane grills, or catch up on your washing at one of the laundry facilities. Peach Country RV Park features a vibrant social atmosphere, with local musicians, sewing circles, and crafters all congregating here.
RV camping in Stonewall is a good base for visiting the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park, which encompasses the historic farmstead and home where the 36th president of the United States grew up. It became known as the “Texas White House” during his administration, as he spent a portion of his time in office here. Begin your exploration at the visitor center, which is located in a former hospital and screens films about President Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird. See the Johnson Boyhood Home, where he lived from age five, before visiting his first school, the Johnson Family Cemetery, and the “Texas White House” at the Lyndon B. Johnson Ranch.
Around an hour’s drive from Peach Country RV Park is the Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge, which was created to preserve habitat for the golden-cheeked warbler and black-capped vireo. It lies on the Edwards Plateau that’s carved by underground caves, sinkholes, and springs. Around seven miles of hiking trails wind through the refuge and are the best way of spotting some of its 245 recorded bird species, including the two highly endangered migratory birds.
On the eastern outskirts of Johnson City is the Pedernales Falls State Park, which was created in 1971 on the site of a working ranch. It centers around the Pedernales River, where you can go swimming, tubing, and fishing. Around 20 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails also traverse the park. Opt for the short Twin Falls Nature Trail that offers scenic views across the Pedernales Falls or follow the challenging Wolf Mountain Trail that wraps around two mountains and along the canyons created by the Mescal and Tobacco creeks.
The campsites at Peach Country RV Park are within walking distance of the local supermarket, and there’s a gas station directly across the road where you can fill up your RV rental. Alternatively, you can make the 15-minute drive west into Fredericksburg, where you’ll find large supermarkets and a wide choice of eateries that include fast-food joints, a Mexican restaurant, and a German bakery. The region is also renowned for its farmers' markets and roadside stalls where you can pick up fresh peaches, vegetables, meats, and cheeses.
While you’re in Fredericksburg, don’t miss a visit to the Pioneer Museum, which details the German heritage of the region. Browse the artifacts and displays of early settler homesteads or coincide your visit with one of their themed events, where traditional soap making, sheep shearing, and storytelling sessions are held. The Pioneer Museum also operates one of the oldest buildings in Fredericksburg, the octagonal Vereins Kirche Museum, which was built soon after the first German settlers arrived.
Also not to miss in Fredericksburg is the National Museum of the Pacific War, with exhibits focusing on the events that took place during World War II. It features a Japanese Garden of Peace gifted by the Japanese government and an outdoor Plaza of the Presidents that honors the United States presidents who served during World War II. One of its most popular areas is the recreated combat zone, where you can experience what it would have been like for soldiers fighting in the Pacific region.
Spend a day cellar-door hopping through the Texas Hill Country, which is dotted with more than 50 wineries. Each has its own personality and terroir, with a variety of wine-tasting and gourmet experiences on offer. Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon are produced by many of the wineries, as are Mourvedre and Tempranillo.
Whether you want to taste wine or discover Lyndon B. Johnson’s ties to the region, book an RV rental in Gillespie County and start planning your next vacation.