The campground we were in was Fredericksburg RV Park and it was very clean, organized and quiet. It was relatively close to Main St. where most shops were. Main St was lined with cute shops like a five & dime, t shirt shops, but also had some really nice clothing stores, lots of restaurants, historic buildings and many wine tasting shops. This area had 30+ wineries. It is also relatively close to a lot of smaller towns around like: Luckenback, Blanco, Johnson City (the home of Lyndon B. Johnson), Comfort, Stonewall and Austin isn't too far away.
It was hard to find as it sat back from the Main St and was in a little hole in the wall building. We ordered a hamburger and tornado fires, thinking they were hot french fires and this is what we got.
The hamburger had a smoky favor and was excellent and the tornado fries were homemade potato chips cooked on a stick. They were excellent also.
Afterward we went to Wildseed Farm that sells plants, seeds, herbs and has fields of wild flowers. They also had a gift shop with wines, foods, etc.
Fields of poppies.