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09/13/2018
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Fredericksburg Tours

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With such a rich history and so many fun things to do, choosing the perfect activity in Fredericksburg can sometimes feel overwhelming. Luckily, there are several companies that offer guided tours. To help make your vacation planning easier, we’ve carefully compiled a list of our favorite Fredericksburg tours. We believe that these tours showcase quintessential sights, tastes, and history of Fredericksburg. Wildflower Trolley From April until June, the Fredericksburg Trolley

09/13/2018
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Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park

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Named after the 36th First Lady of the United States, Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park is the crown jewel of Fredericksburg’s recreational parks. Sitting on 150 acres that straddle the Live Oak Creek, Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park is both humongous and well suited for a large variety of recreational activities. Visitors of Lady Bird Municipal Park can enjoy camping, picnicking, playgrounds, hiking, baseball, sand volleyball, basketball, tennis, swimming, fishing,

09/13/2018
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Old Tunnel State Park

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Learn about Fredericksburg’s Civil War era history and how a historic railroad tunnel became home to over three million bats at Old Tunnel State Park near Fredericksburg, Texas. From March through October, visitors of Old Tunnel State Park can hike, bird watch, sign up for educational programs, and view the bats most nights of the week. Old Tunnel State Park is a must for train enthusiasts, history buffs, and animal

09/13/2018
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Live Oak Wilderness Trail

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Spanning more than 150 acres, the Live Oak Wilderness Trail is the crown jewel of Fredericksburg’s recreational parks. The park was named after the 36th First Lady of the United States and is the premier location for outdoor recreation in Fredericksburg. The Live Oak Wilderness Trail is a perfect representation of the park’s diverse habitats. About Live Oak Wilderness Trail Lady Bird Park straddles Live Oak Creek, which feeds both

09/13/2018
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Pioneer Complex

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In the mid-1840s, Germans looking for a better life arrived in Texas. Despite the numerous obstacles they faced, the early settlers quickly adapted to their new life and created a unique colony at the center of Texas Hill Country. The historic Pioneer Museum Complex honors these early settlers by functioning as both a historical site and as a museum. Visitors of the Pioneer Complex can step back into time and

09/4/2018
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Willow City Loop

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Willow City Loop is a 13-mile road located just outside Fredericksburg, Texas, that is best known for its exquisite wildflowers during springtime. Appropriate for people of all ages and activity levels, the Willow City Loop is a spectacular way to enjoy the beauty of Texas Hill Country with the whole family. About Willow City Loop The Willow City Loop is a 13-mile scenic drive that showcases the beauty of Hill

04/26/2018
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Fredericksburg Food Festivals

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We take food very seriously here in Texas’ Hill Country. The charming town of Fredericksburg might be small, but it offers an incredible array of quality restaurants, authentic barbecue joints, and even innovative sushi bars. Step off the quaint main street and its cafés and watering holes and you’ll find the rolling hills stitched in green with the weaving vines of more than 30 vineyards, each churning at delicious varietals

01/15/2018
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Where to Shop? Camp Hayden.

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Shortly after WWII, our family began gathering each summer at a lake in Texas to enjoy life after America’s greatest struggle. Life in this great land was at its best after a conflict most thought would never end. We camped in tents and fished night and day. We water-skied from dawn to dusk and sat by the fire under the stars. We enjoyed everything the hot Texas summers had to

12/21/2017
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8 Things To Do in Fredericksburg, Texas

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Discover why people flock from all over to visit this German-influenced town. Located in Texas Hill Country, the quaint town of Fredericksburg, Texas, is comfortably nestled between the popular tourist destinations of San Antonio and Austin, and is worth a weekend stopover the next time you’re traveling deep in the heart of the Lone Star State. Fredericksburg, once known for its dominance in the agriculture industry, isn’t just another dot

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