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Fredericksburg RV Park


305 E. Highway St.
Fredericksburg, TX 78624
830.990.9582
fbgrvpark@ktc.com
http://www.fredericksburgtexasrvpark.com/
3 Reviews
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A very nice park. Excellent facilities with laundry, showers, WiFI, Cable, and a meeting room. The front office staff was very helpful to this rookie. The golf is great at Lady Bird Johnson Park that is south of Fredericksberg. Also lots of places to eat. Enchanted Rock State Park is a good place to hike if you are interested.

Received from Tim for visit in Mar 2006


Site Number: 67
Stay Again? YES
Large level pull-thrus, 30/50 amp full hook-up sites with cable. Near Nimitz Hotel and Museum, George Bush Gallery of the Pacific War, Peace Garden, Pioneer Museum, Enchanted Rock, and other museums. Fredericksburg has a unique downtown shopping area and many fine German restaurants. Plan to stay at least a week in Fredericksburg to see the sights or plan to stay a month or more to tour the Hill Country. This is a new park and they are still completing the facilities. Very friendly and helpful staff, modem hook-ups in recreation rooms. We even received a daily newspaper at our doorstep. When the park is completed it will have some hot-phone sites. Moderate price.

Received from Norm for visit in Jan 2001


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
99 full hookups(30/50 amps). all are pull-thrus. Restrooms an showers, CATV, public phone, laundry, pond, adult room, rec hall, planned activities (in season), free coffee in the office, also they had an ice machine where you could get FREE ice. Easy to get into, however if more than one rig came in at a time it tended to block the entrance. It looked like they were in the process of working on the landscaping. The people in the office were very nice. Everything looked very clean and well maintained. There are a multitude of things to see/do in the area. The one we definitely recommend is the Admiral Nimitz Museum. If you are interested in WWII this is a great place to learn about it. Although the building might look small from the outside there is another area that is included in your admission fee. Also be sure and stop at the LBJ State & National Historic Parks. In town there is the Pioneer Museum Complex. Also for the ladies there are any number of interesting shops to while away the hours. If you're a country music fan be sure and run out to Luckenbach. Not really much to see but it's neat to see it. There are a number of restaurants in town featuring German food. We found a great Italian restaurant called Pasta Bella. Great food cheap prices. Just down the street from the park is a place called Andy's Steak & Seafood Grille. When we went they had a seafood buffet that was good.

Received from Laura M for visit in May 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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