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A must-stop/must see little ghost "town" turned tourist spot. The roots run deep in Texas music history here, and anytime of day theres live local musicians jamming in the back bar. Charming little place you can't miss if youre in the area!
With a stated population of 3, the attraction here is an outdoor free concert venue (we saw a band of 3-a singer on an acoustic guitar, one on a fiddle and one on a banjo Great music, cheap beer and a novel setting. Highly recommend!
I visited this small town a few years ago on my way to San Antonio.
It is nice to stop by and have a drink (beer) outside wear there are loose roosters around the patio area. There is a small post office with a general...More
Great little place, population 3. The first thing you see is the original post office, step inside its a store, and down the steps is the bar. Outside at the back is a large seating area. While we were there we were entertained by two...More
Stopped by for a brief check on this famous 3 person town. Plenty of parking in a large dirt lot. A historic home, post office/gift shop, a few bars and small restaurant stands, a dance hall and bandstand are the only buildings here. Constant music...More
Located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country in a small place call Luckenbach Texas. It has lots of memorabilia from Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings & the Boys etc. A bucket-list type of place ( Ain't nobody Feeling no Pain )
Just wow, I stopped in to look around and enjoy one Lonestar. I was raised in Brady Tx, but as a young adult moved to the San Marcos area, so we stopped in often through the years. Never have I encountered the nasty comments I...More
This site needs to be relabeled in TripAdvisor. I read several reviews but didn't understand what this place was until I visited. Then I regretted my decision to not spend more time here before heading out of town.
What is Luckenback Texas (pronounced Luke-en-bach)? Listen...More
Luckenbach is a great stop just a few miles south of HWY 290 on Luckenbach Road. During our visit there was live music (country) in this remote village between Stonewall and Fredericksburg. Nice little gift shop in the Luckenbach Post Office and a very good...More
Response from mandypantshart | Reviewed this property |
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"