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Two weeks ago the wife and I enjoyed a five day "long weekend" respite from our busy careers and craziness of Houston by visiting the Texas Hill / Wine Country. We stayed at the Sunset Point RV Resort on Lake LBJ near Marble Falls, TX. It is a small, quiet, very spacious RV resort with amenities for adults / teenage children (there are no playgrounds, swimming pool, hot tub, etc.) that was a perfect location to "de-stress" --> http://www.sunsetpointlbj.com/ The cost was $47 per night with the FMCA or Good Sam discounts. The office folks were very friendly and helpful. The Flat Creek, Spicewood and Perissos wineries are short drives from Sunset Point (Perissos was our favorite --> http://perissosvineyards.com/) Attached is a my favorite "de-stressor" photo I took at Sunset Point while drinking a glass of Perissos' Anglianico and enjoying the resort's "namesake" Also near by for folks who tow a Jeep Wrangler or other 4x4 is the Hidden Falls Adventure Park that has great, challenging trails for "stock" Wranglers like mine and for Wranglers/4x4's with lots of off-road modifications. Hidden Falls is privately owned and charges a $40 fee for driver/rider. It was money well spent for a four hour afternoon of "4-wheelin" which I hadn't done in 20 years (see attached photos). Here's the link to their website --> http://www.hiddenfallsadventurepark.com/ Hidden Falls has a small RV park that I wouldn't recommend (very dusty with all the Jeeps and ATVs bouncing around the place). The Marble Falls area also has good dining and antique stores to spend your hard earned money. Marble Falls / Lake LBJ area is a great place to visit!