Texas Wine Country Jellystone Park Camp-Resort

Central Texas is well-known for its wide-open sweeping plains and cattle ranches. What might surprise some people is it’s also a vibrant wine country. RV camp at Texas Wine Country Jellystone Park Camp-Resort, which is surrounded by dozens of established boutique winemakers and vineyards. Campers can RV camp under the bold, endless blue sky on the gently rolling green lawn, which is dotted by tall shade trees. Each RV site is accompanied by a fire ring and picnic table.Texas Wine Country Jellystone Park Camp-Resort is a full-service campground, offering several amenities like full hookups, wifi, cable, a laundromat, and a fitness center. The family-friendly campground also has a dazzling array of playground features like splash pad, jumping pillow, and gag ball pit. During the summer months, there are several planned activities and community events designed to create the perfect RV camping experience for adults and children alike.The closest large town is Fredericksburg, which is just under 20 miles to the northwest. Affectionately known as “Fritztown” by the old-timers, the town was originally settled by German pioneers, and several buildings and homes were influenced by old-world German architecture. The town is also an unofficial Peach Capital of Texas; there are several peach orchards in the area. The peak season for visiting the local “you-pick” farms between May and August.

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The Great Outdoors

This part of central Texas is largely agricultural, but there are several pockets of wilderness, and exploring them is made more convenient when you rent a camper. The Enchanted Rock State Natural Area is a unique geological wonder in Texas. The “Enchanted Rock” consists of pink granite stone, and it is the largest monadnock (essentially, a rocky knoll) in the United States.In addition to hiking some-11 miles of trails, rock climbing is a popular activity. Note that rock climbers must sign in at the park office and fill out a release waiver, also. Climbers are also prohibited from employing sport-climbing tools; the use of pitons and fixed (also known as permanent) bolts is forbidden. Multi-pitch climbs are possible in several spots on the Enchanted Rock. Bring your cameras and telescopes. Though Enchanted Rock State Natural Area is relatively close to Austin, TX, the distance is significant enough that skywatchers can observe several celestial objects with the naked eye. The park rangers often host star parties during the summer months.Given how exposed and bare Enchanted Rock State Natural Area seems, it’s natural to conclude that wildlife doesn’t dwell in this area. On the contrary, there are several small animals in addition to white-tailed deer and pronghorns, such as armadillos, rabbits, and coyotes. Bats, too, often soar the skies at dusk in hunt of insects.For a change of scenery, head into the bowels of the Earth. Visitors can go spelunking in the Cave Without a Name under the watchful eye of a guide. Ancient stalagmites and stalactites line the ceiling and floor. Delicate soda straws, draperies, and flowstones are still growing and becoming larger, though at a pace slower than a snail’s. Visitors can also try their hand at finding and cracking geodes and mining for precious gems.

Exploring the Area

It’s a long drive in between towns in Texas where everything, even distances, is super-sized. Traveling from town to town is made effortless by renting a motorhome. The long miles roll by in a blink of an eye. Small towns have created various attractions and features in an effort to draw visitors. Kerrville created a serene sculpture garden called the Coming King Sculpture Prayer Gardens. Visitors stroll through the peaceful gardens where unique statues and sculptures are surrounded by native Texas plants and flowers. Reflect on Christianity or simply admire the craftsmanship that went into creating these works of art.The American version of Stonehenge can be found in Ingram. Approximately a third smaller than the original version, Stonehenge II and a nearby replica of the Easter Island were created on a local artist’s whim. Today, the roadside attraction draws tens of thousands of visitors every year.Although many people choose to RV camp at Texas Wine Country Jellystone Park Camp-Resort because of its proximity to vineyards, beer lovers, and whiskey connoisseurs need not dismay. The distillery and craft-beer scene has been booming since the early 2000s, and it’s now a thriving niche industry in Fredericksburg and Austin. Garrison Brothers Distillery, based in Hye, TX, is an award-winning producer of whiskey and bourbon. The distillery is open to tasting tours Wednesday through Sundays; however, note that they cannot legally sell bottles on Sunday.At the end of a long day of exploring the Texas countryside in an Airstream rental and hiking, kick up your heels by a crackling campfire. Overhead, stars twinkle merrily as bats swoop about in search of delicious insects. Book an RV in Gillespie County, and set out to find your perfect RV camping adventure in central Texas.

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