Hill Country Trail
The Hill Country of Texas is known for its lush, rolling hills and spring-fed lakes and rivers. The natural wealth of the region was first recognized by Paleo-Indian hunter-gatherers who roamed the region, and they were followed, much later, by German and other immigrants who set up villages and towns such as Fredericksburg, New Braunfels and Boerne. (The Vereins Kirche built in 1847 was the first structure in Fredericksburg—a later replica stands in the town today.) A vacation on the modern-day trails of the Hill Country is best if pursued leisurely, strolling down its main streets and floating down a sparkling river like the Guadalupe or Comal before continuing to the next quaint and historic town down the road.
907 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401, USA