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Discover Fredericksburg, TX
When you book an RV in Fredericksburg, Texas, you’ll be between the big-city attractions and amenities of San Antonio and Austin. You’ll also have easy access to the spectacular natural beauty of Big Bend National Park and the Gila National Forest. Fredericksburg was and still is referred to as Fritztown as a homage to its German heritage; it is the home of the unique Texas German dialect. This city welcomes tourists to enjoy wineries, historically significant sites, recreational opportunities, and much more.
If you would like to learn more about the area you’ll be visiting with a luxury RV rental from Fredericksburg, make sure to visit Experience Fredericksburg Texas, the Fredericksburg Chamber of Commerce, Visit Fredericksburg Texas, and the City of Fredericksburg. The Fredericksburg Standard, established in 1888, and the Radio Post, established in 1922, have merged and now publish as the Fredericksburg Standard-Radio Post.
The Great Outdoors
You won’t want to miss the Enchanted Rock State Natural Area when you rent an RV in Fredericksburg. The pink granite dome dominates the landscape, but there are plenty of other spectacular rock formations and other scenery to admire. There are 11 miles of hiking trails with an interactive trail map to guide you. Additional recreational opportunities include hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, picnicking, bird watching, geocaching, and stargazing. Rock climbing tours and guides are available. The park store carries some necessities as well as gifts and souvenirs.
Making a stop at Wildseed Farms is another wonderful way to enjoy the great outdoors with a campervan rental from Fredericksburg. This is one of the country’s largest working wildflower farms, growing an enormous variety of wildflowers for seed production. The fields here feature daisies, cosmos, bluebonnets, poppies, bachelor buttons, primroses, and so much more. There is also a winery and tasting room on the property as well as a beer garden restaurant. You can buy seeds, garden supplies and accessories, gifts and souvenirs while you’re here.
Your motorhome rental in Fredericksburg can also take you to the Fredericksburg Nature Center. The ten-acre park features 11 different habitats including post oak savannah, wetlands, riparian, old-growth live oak woods, native Texas prairie, cedar brake, lake aquatics, mud flats, lake islands, and springs and seeps. There are also hiking trails with interpretive signage and benches. Nature viewing opportunities include birds, forbs, grasses, woody plants, amphibians, reptiles, and insects.
You can call the Vineyards of Fredericksburg RV Park your temporary home with your Fredericksburg RV rental by owner. Park amenities include a swimming pool, recreational fields, restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, an off-leash dog park, and a store. RV sites feature full hookups, fire pits, high-definition cable TV, and Wi-Fi.
The Fredericksburg, Texas KOA can also host your travel trailer rental in Fredericksburg. The campground offers 24-hour security and a park host, a swimming pool, a pavilion, a dog park, and weekend entertainment. RV sites include full hookups, gravel site pads, cable TV, and Wi-Fi.
Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park Campground is another place to consider parking the Fredericksburg RV rental. The campground is located in a public park with excellent recreational opportunities and amenities. RV sites include full hookups, cable TV, and Wi-Fi. Pets are welcome.
Walmart stores are typically hospitable to RVers and may even allow RVs to park overnight in their lots. The Walmart Supercenter in Fredericksburg may permit such an arrangement, but you should check in with store management before setting up for the night.
Exploring the City
There are many wonderful restaurants in the city, but if you want to prepare your own meals in your Fredericksburg travel trailer rental, you will want to visit the Fredericksburg Farmer’s Market. Here you will find the best of what the area has to offer including locally grown fruits and vegetables, freshly baked bread and other items, herbs, dairy and cheese, jams and jellies, and other treats. Local chefs demonstrate how to prepare these delicacies, and there is live music to entertain shoppers. Enjoy learning more about what the local produce while you learn more about the community.
The Pioneer Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the history, culture, heritage, and traditions of Fredericksburg and Gillespie County. The grounds include rotating exhibits, historic homesteads and buildings, a fire department museum, the Society Church, and a book and gift shop. Guided tours and self-guided walking tours are available as well as special events such as a film festival or local cemetery tour.
Fredericksburg is famous for its wineries, and when you rent an RV here, you can indulge in tours, tastings, meals, and more along the area’s numerous wine trails or you can make your own by hitting the highlights. There are nearly 30 wineries in the immediate area, and almost all of them welcome visitors. Wine tasting aside, the vineyards are beautiful and well worth a visit.
You will also need to refill the Fredericksburg RV rental tank at some point. There are numerous truck stops, service stations, and convenience stores nearby so you will be able to find either gasoline or diesel fuel very easily.
RV Rentals in Fredericksburg, TX
Fredericksburg, TX is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Fredericksburg. Outdoorsy's Fredericksburg RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.
RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby
Nearby to Fredericksburg are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Barton Creek Greenbelt, Tom Hughes Park, Marion Sansom Park, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, and McKinney Falls State Park.Popular RV Types & Amenities
What's around Fredericksburg, TX
Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!
Local Hiking Trails
|Main Loop to Vista Loop to Fern Del Trail||San Antonio||Texas|
|Riverplace Nature Trail||Austin||Texas|
|Onion Creek and Homestead Trail Loop||Austin||Texas|
|Turkey Creek Trail||Austin||Texas|
|Enchanted Rock Loop Trail||Fredericksburg||Texas|
|Dana Peak Park Trail||Harker Heights||Texas|
|Walnut Creek Trail||Austin||Texas|
|Barton Creek Greenbelt Trail||Austin||Texas|
|Sculpture Falls Hike at Barton Creek||Austin||Texas|
|St Edwards Park Creek Trail||Austin||Texas|
Recommendations for Fredericksburg, TX from Outdoorsy Owners
Great base-camp for exploring Fredricksburg. Quiet, large spaces within easy reach of LBJ homestead.
Amazing burgers! Local Favorite place, family friendly, scenic. Large oak trees shade the picnic tables.
This is a great winery/vineyard on the Fredericksburg, TX Wine trail. We love the breakfast wine. Large oak trees to sit under, or a beautiful porch to relax on. Lavender Fields and Grape Stomps.
This is a great day trip, hike, and beautiful views. Family and Dog Friendly. Close to shopping, and great food.
Quiet park in the heart of Texas wine country. This is great for a quick couples weekend getaway!
Spot #1 is the best. They have basketball, 2 baseball fields, kayak rental, tennis courts, sand volleyball , and a pool! Beware that aside from a few nice spots like number one, the spots are tight!
TEXAS WINE COUNTRY JELLYSTONE PARK CAMP-RESORT ★ Wineries ★ Art ★ Food, Food, & Food ★ RV camping ★ And SO MUCH more!
ENCHANTED ROCK STATE NATURAL AREA ★ Camping ★ Fishing ★ Geocaching ★ Hiking ★ Biking ★ Swimming ★ Picnicking ★ Rock Climbing ★ Stargazing