Peach Crawl: Fort Worth To Fredericksburg

Destination: Fort Worth


Rest your head at a local bed and breakfast like the Rosen House Inn, an early 1900s B&B nestled in the comfortable setting of the Fairmount neighborhood, or the nearby Texas White House Bed & Breakfast, owned by a local Chef Cindy Lucio. 

Sip on a Parker County Peach brew from Martin House Brewing. The brew is a micro-seasonal is available only in the summer months and can be purchased from the taproom.

Located on the former Glen Gardens Golf Course, TX Whiskey Ranch is steeped in history like a glass of sweet tea. Book a tour to wander the grounds while you sip on a Parker County Peach Tea cocktail.

Dine at Ellerbe Fine Foods with James Beard Semi-Finalist Chef Molly McCook. The seasonal menu features the freshest local produce, rotating frequently. 

Visit the Clearfork Farmers Market, where 25+ vendors gather to sell the freshest produce. When you’ve finished, head over the Shops at Clearfork for a wide variety of shopping, entertainment and dining. 

Destination: Fredericksburg | Facebook: @FredericksburgTX  | Instagram: @visitfredtx | Twitter: @visitfredtx

Stay at Fredericksburg Inn & Suites, where you’ll find affordable, family-friendly accommodations located just blocks from Main Street in downtown Fredericksburg. In addition to a great pool, the property is also known for evenings around the fire pit making s’mores. 
Explore the scenic country roads around Fredericksburg and see beautiful wildflowers in the spring or visit generations old peach stands across Gillespie County seasonally from mid-May through mid-August, where you can enjoy fresh-off-the-tree peaches from local growers.

Continue your peachy Fredericksburg adventure with homemade peach cobbler or peach ice cream from Clear River Ice Cream and Bakery on historic Main Street.

Grab a peachy brew to-go at the Fredericksburg Brewing Company, the “oldest & most acclaimed brewpub in Texas,” which serves up seasonal peach beer along with other local favorites like the Enchanted Rock Red named for must-hike Enchanted Rock State Natural Area.

Book a hands-on cooking class at Fischer & Wieser’s Culinary Adventure Cooking School at Das Peach Haus. 

Don’t forget to grab a peachy t-shirt from one of the great local shops along Main Street.

Visit Fort Worth partnered with Visit Fredericksburg to create this itinerary. Both organizations encourage visitors practice social distancing while exploring the destinations.