18th Mar, 2011

Spring Break Fun All Around Fredericksburg Texas Homes

A Spring Break stay in Fredericksburg TX homes offers an unparalleled array of fun activities for all ages.  The charming Town of Fredericksburg is located in the heart of picturesque Texas Hill Country real estate, a short hour and a half west of Austin and north of San Antonio.

Offering special events, fascinating places to see, and outdoor recreation all year, Fredericksburg TX real estate literally blossoms in springtime.  Ask about one of over 300 unique bed & breakfasts or inns, most adapted from historic homes from Fredericksburg’s interesting past, i.e. the Front Porch at the Pioneer Museum.

During March, the usual period for Spring Break, around Fredericksburg folk have been up and enjoying getting outside, learning some history, sipping Texas wine, taking in special performances, and sampling the great restaurants in our friendly town.

Special Events

Still coming up is the Wine road 290 “Vino and Pasta” and Fredericksburg Theater Company Musical Tribute to Rodgers & Hammerstein and Andrew Lloyd Webber, acres of antiques at Fredericksburg Trade Days at Sunday Farms, “Funtabulous” at Rockbox Theater, music in Downtown Luckenbach, Cook offs and BBQs, and much more.  We’ve had the Bluebonnet Tractor Ride, Cowboy Action Shoot, and Texas Hell Week.

Special Places

Coming up Saturday March 19, 2011 at the Pioneer Museum will be storytelling, Texas Rangers, rope making, blacksmith, mountain man, spinning, quilting, Lakota Sioux Indians, a chuck wagon, Buffalo Soldiers Encampment, and Elsie’s Country Store.  The National Museum of the Pacific War holds reenactments to grab the attention of every age child.  From tasting rooms to galleries to Wildseed Farms, there are many special places here.  The Friday Art Walks, the Two Man Show at Insight Gallery, and other displays the work of local and national artisans continue the long list of cultural venues.

Special Recreation

From the Kite Day at LBJ Park to golfing at Lady Bird Golf Course, we have relaxing outdoor activities for all.  The Pedal Power Wildflower Ride, hiking at Enchanted Rock State Park, horseback riding at area ranches, and paddling in the rivers and streams, or driving through the hills and dales of Hill Country during Spring Break—these are only a handful of the unlimited options for those of us who chose to relocate to Gillespie County.

For expert guidance in your personal search for the ultimate piece of the Hill Country, please call Dale E. Cook, MBA and owner of SAGE- Premium Texas Real Estate at (830) 992-0056.

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