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We travelled here from San Antonio just over an hour away, lovely part of the state, as per previous reviews this is only a very small place with a couple of buildings, you can get food, beer they have a general store, a great stop...More
Had to see this place, because of the song. It’s got a great rustic atmosphere. There a couple shops and couple of bar areas. Lots of outdoor seating. Live music, from what we heard is offered every day.
We stopped for a beer in Luckenbach and the place was alive with people and a live band! If you're looking for a little place to gather and relax for a bit, then head to Luckenback, TX. While you're here, grab a beer or snack...More
My family of 4 (kids are almost 2 and almost 4) visited Luckenbach while spending the night in Fredericksburg on our way to South Padre. What a great relaxing environment! Everyone was so friendly and the pickers in the pickers circle were great! My kids...More
Nice morning trip before it got too hot - kids had a blast with the roosters. Enjoyed the morning shade and the easy conversations. Took advantange of several photo ops. There was a show starting at 1 but we didn't stay for it. Wanted the...More
What a cute little town! We did not get to check out the Dancehall because we went in the morning. But we did get to check out the general store/post office and the restrooms were very clean. For anyone that knows about old country music...More
If you visit the Luckenbach Music Hall or an outdoor music event there (most are free) you can stay in your RV or trailer there for 10$ per night. You should ask in the gift shop connected to the bar I was told, other people... More
If you visit the Luckenbach Music Hall or an outdoor music event there (most are free) you can stay in your RV or trailer there for 10$ per night. You should ask in the gift shop connected to the bar I was told, other people might not know about it and then send you over to the RV park next door.
Parking is on the grass area between the parking lot and the street (some areas there may be closed for restoration), but you do not have to stand parked between the cars on the gravel. There is lots of space. It is quiet during the night, not much traffic after people leave (so expect a lot of cars driving away till around 12pm)
There is nothing, no fire rings, no picnic tables or whatever. But there are toilets in the "festival area"