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3 Texas Hill Country Towns That Are Dripping With Charm

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It’s not simply the landscape alone that determines the level of charm in a Texas Hill Country town, but it certainly doesn’t hurt. While traveling along the highways and rural roads of the rolling hills or along creek bends, oak and cypress trees shade you from the Texas sun. Such beautiful places actually exist, and the opportunities to find charm aren’t just in the hiking and biking paths in the countryside, or the boating and tubing experiences in the Hill Country’s clear, cool waterways. It’s also in finding a table on the sun-soaked deck of a quaint restaurant, making a toast with a local beer or wine, and dancing the evening away with the one you love on a hardwood floor. If you’re looking for charm, Texas Hill Country towns have it in spades and here is a short list to think about visiting sometime soon just to find it.

1. Stonewall

3 Texas Hill Country Towns That Are Drenched in Charm

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Located on the Pedernales River, Stonewall has three claims to fame. The first comes from the sweet Texas peaches it grows, which you’ll definitely want to pick up on your tour of this town full of charm – when the weather’s right, of course. The second is that it’s home to some of the best wineries in Texas. You’re sure to have a tipsy good time at any of their tasting rooms. The third is that it’s the birthplace of Lyndon Baines Johnson, 36th President of the United States. After taking a bit of a fresh, juicy peach on a hot Texas Hill Country day, you can cool down at Stonewall’s LBJ National & State Historical Parks Visitors Centre and tour the famous Texas Whitehouse. Follow that up with the festivities at Stonewall’s Annual Peach Jamboree & Rodeo (which happens in the 3rd full weekend of June) or simply raise a glass in toast to a wonderful day at a local winery!

2. Comfort

3 Texas Hill Country Towns That Are Drenched in Charm
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