Fredericksburg, Texas Koa

Fredericksburg, Texas

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Located in the heart of the Hill Country, this beautiful KOA is within a few short miles of the area's best attractions. Exclusive shopping, art galleries, elegant dining and the famous National Museum of the Pacific War await you in Fredericksburg. The town has been featured in national magazines for its historic architecture, German culture and heritage, and renowned festivals. Luckenbach, famous for its live country music, is 4 miles away. The Wildseed Farms and Fredericksburg Trade Days, a 350-vendor monthly flea market/collectibles shopping experience, are both within 2 miles. You'll find many award-winning wineries with tours and tasting rooms close to this KOA. After all the activity, return to your serene campsite - surrounded by grand old oak trees - and rest up for the next day's fun! Pool is open as weather permits. Pool: May 15 - October 15. Max pull thru: 100 feet. Your hosts: Randy and Lisa Snapp.

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