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Old 10-17-2020, 06:05 PM   #15
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We have stayed at Buckhorn and Fredericksburg - I would stay at Buckhorn as it is central to other towns that you will want to visit


The Willow City Loop is a great scenic drive north of Fredericksburg
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Old 10-17-2020, 06:19 PM   #16
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Oakwood is good, nothing special, Buckhorn is really nice, but about 30 minutes away.
Go downtown Fredricksburg, eat at Fredricksburf Brewery, get the meatloaf(yes meatloaf). Has German sausage in it, very good, not like any other meatloaf.
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We've stayed at the Vineyard. Convenient location, easy pull through lots.
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Old 10-18-2020, 05:28 AM   #18
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It really depends on the level of amenities you want, best bang for the buck is Lady Bird Johnson municipal park RV campground, it is nice for a city park campground, though it is next to the runway of the local airport, which tends to only get flights in the daytime. Fredericksburg RV park, and Oakwood RV resort are the closest to downtown, I have never stayed at Fredericksburg RV park, they have always been booked up when I have tried to make reservations. Oakwood is ok, at one point it was apparently a very nice park, but it now has a several decades of age on it. Good shaded sites for smaller RV's though these sites are all back ins, and somewhat tight access, newer pull through sites are just a large gravel parking lot, only real downside is bottle neck entrance where people checking in block the driveway. I have heard good things about the KOA and the Jellystone park there, if that sort of place is what you are after, though they are a couple of miles outside of town.
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Close to town... green grass .... and well maintained ... Fredericksburg RV Park.

Fredericksburg RV Park : RV Camping in Texas Hill Country
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Close to town... green grass .... and well maintained ... Fredericksburg RV Park.

Fredericksburg RV Park : RV Camping in Texas Hill Country
And if you are here in the summer it has shade trees.
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Old 10-19-2020, 05:33 AM   #21
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We stayed at the Fredricksburg KOA when we were there in 2014. It was nice enough. Biggest drawback is it's further away from town than the others.
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We are 1000 Trails members and we have stayed at Medina Lakes. It is a drive to Fredericksburg from there, a hour at least.
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Peachtree RV Park in Stonewall, which is a few miles east of F’burg. Good park to use as a base for winery tours, too.
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We stayed at the Fredricksburg KOA when we were there in 2014. It was nice enough. Biggest drawback is it's further away from town than the others.
but IIRC it's a lot closer to Luckenbach!
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We are in Fredericksburg now at the Vineyards RV Park. As stated it's nice clean and haulage pull through. The other place we like to stay at is Lady Bird Johnson Municipal RV Park. It's located next to the municipal airport. When going to Fredericksburg reservations are always recommended as the weekends are always booked up and alot of folks show up to shop around town.


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I agree about reservations, particularly if you are going to be there on a weekend. We spent 9 - 10 days there in the spring a year or two ago at Oakwood RV resort arriving on a Friday night, and leaving on a Sunday. Both weekends the RV park was packed, but mid week the place was down around 25% capacity, many of those long term residents.
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We hav stayed at Fredericksburg RV park and were pleased.
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