Stonewall Chamber of Commerce

​​Stonewall is located on the Pedernales River in Southeastern Gillespie County. Famed for the sweetest peaches in Texas, Stonewall is also home to some of the best wineries in the state. Stonewall is the birthplace of the 36th President of the United States, President Lyndon B. Johnson. The headquarters and Visitor Center for the Lyndon B. Johnson National & State Historical Parks are here.  Come and tour the Texas Whitehouse, LBJ Birthplace, Johnson Family Cemetery, and the Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm. And don’t forget to join us for our Annual Peach Jamboree & Rodeo, always on the 3rd full weekend in June!

Business of the Month

Central Texas
Electric Co-op

CTEC received its charter in 1947, and is owned and operated by the people it serves. Headquartered out of Fredericksburg, they serve 11 counties and employs over 140 people. CTEC is very invested in our youth and has numerous programs that give back to kids and our community. The Stonewall Chamber is proud to have CTEC as members and we appreciate all they do for us. Whether they are volunteering their time or donating equipment to better our grounds, the Central Texas Electric Co-op is always ready to help.
Thank you CTEC for supporting Gillespie County and the surrounding area.
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Upcoming Events

2021 Peach JAMboree

June 18th and 19th, 2021

Scholarship Application

The Stonewall Chamber of Commerce will select one to three graduating seniors to receive scholarships for furthering their education beyond high school. Scholarship amounts will be decided and allocated by the Stonewall Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors based upon the funds available. A Scholarship Committee will be selected by the Stonewall Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors to review applications, conduct interviews if needed, and recommend finalists to the Directors. The Stonewall Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors will approve the final selections.

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Join the Stonewall Chamber of Commerce

Our Mission is to encourage business and community growth by promoting economic programs of a civic, social and cultural nature which are designed to strengthen and expand the income potential of all businesses and to increase the functional aesthetic values of the community.

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