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Visit Fredericksburg for a Relaxing Wellness Getaway FEB 26 2015

Visit Fredericksburg for a Relaxing Wellness Getaway

The Dallas Morning News named Fredericksburg in their “Five wellness getaways” article in January of 2015 as “an ideal place to regroup and reflect.” So you can get a head start on refreshing your mind, body and spirit, we’ve put together some tips to make planning your wellness getaway a breeze: Book a stay in […] View Post >
7 April Events Showcase Mother Nature’s Show FEB 26 2015

7 April Events Showcase Mother Nature’s Show

Mother Nature paints the countryside with color during the springtime in the Texas Hill Country. This April, enjoy special events that bring opportunities to enjoy the natural beauty of the Texas Hill County. Celebrate the arrival of springtime exploring the butterfly gardens and walking trails at the Nation’s largest working wildflower farm, Wildseed Farms. The […] View Post >
Head for the hills, it’s Spring Break 2015! FEB 25 2015

Head for the hills, it’s Spring Break 2015!

Fredericksburg, Texas is gearing up for a week-long celebration of Spring! Beginning Friday, March 6, Fredericksburg will be hopping with family friendly spring break activities and excitement. Get your Spring Break started on the right note at “Stars in the Hills” at Rockbox Theater, featuring top-notch Hollywood tribute artists with shows Friday and Saturday, March […] View Post >
Hike Bike & Run the Texas Hill Country This Spring FEB 20 2015

Hike Bike & Run the Texas Hill Country This Spring

A number of hiking, running and cycling events are planned in Fredericksburg and Gillespie County this Spring. Lace up your running shoes and get your favorite bike ready for these outdoor events: The Texas Hell Week Bicycle Tour returns to Fredericksburg with daily unsupported rides across the Texas Hill Country March 14, through March 21. Three daily […] View Post >

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5 tips for Successful Stargazing FEB 18 2015

5 tips for Successful Stargazing

By: Park Ranger Scott Whitener/Enchanted Rock State Natural Area Tip # 1:  Find a dark area in your neighborhood or local park and…..LOOK UP! I grew up on the outskirts of Houston.  The stars at night were NOT big and bright, but the glare from the city sure was!  If you were lucky you could […] View Post >

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