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

Das Fritz Weinhaus

If you are looking for a B&B in the heart of Stonewall, Das Fritz Weinhaus is perfect. With close proximity to Johnson City and Fredericksburg, it’s the ideal spot to visit the 290 wine trail. This spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath can accommodate your entire group and with over an acre of space, the backyard is perfect for entertaining. Check them out on Homeaway to book your trip to Stonewall, TX.

Thank you Das Fritz Weinhaus for all of your support!

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Upcoming Events

Peach Jamboree

June 18th CPRA Rodeo Slack
June 19th CPRA Rodeo & dance,
music by Aaron Watson
June 20th parade, auction,
rodeo & dance with Reckless Kelly.
Food vendors, beer & wine.



Conrad & Brenda Matysiak

Although they are retired, Conrad and Brenda are busy volunteering
their time with the Commodity Association, Predator Control Association,
Meals on Wheels, Peach JAMboree, Stonewall Volunteer Fire Department,
Stonewall Elementary School and the Hill Country Memorial Hospital.

Thank you Conrad and Brenda for being part of our Stonewall community!

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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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