Amarillo to Fredericksburg, Texas is a 463 mile tow. Very easy drive, flat and the weather was perfect. We arrived at the Fredericksburg RV Park late in the afternoon. We were thrilled to be back in the Texas Hill Country!
F’burg RV Park offers spacious sites which all have picnic tables, full-hook ups, cable, excellent wi-fi, pull-throughs, some grass, a tree or two and is very level. Our rate was $40 per day less 10% Good Sam discount. We were in #14 but, next visit would prefer site #68 or #69. But, there really isn’t a bad spot anywhere in the park. The entire park is meticulously kept and is a very comfortable place to stay. It’s just one mile from the main street in downtown Fredericksburg.
The main office is right at the entrance to the park. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. They do have supplies to purchase and maps of everything to do in town. The laundry facility was very nice and very clean. The park also has shower facilities, free ice, pet walk area, restrooms and a rec hall. I think I got very spoiled at this RV park!
We met a very nice family from Katy, TX who also own a 27′ International Signature. They gave us a tour of their remodeled Airstream which included new corian counters, new upholstery on the lounge, new corian dinette and dual AC units. Guess one needs 2 AC units to survive the heat of the Texas summers. Always meeting supper nice Airstreamers and other RV’ers!
When Beatrice arrived in Fredericksburg, she was so filthy we could barely look out the windows. Without supplies to clean her ourselves we decided to hire a mobile RV washing service. It did take them a few days to commit to the job but, once the guy came out, he did a fabulous job and Beatrice was looking fine.
Other views of the park and of course, we learned that Otis just adores camping. He preferred being outside on his bed than inside the Big B. He had a ball meeting new doggies and peeps alike.
Photo source: Anna Sullivan Photography. Map and logo: Fredericksburg RV Park