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Parks in Fredericksburg

In our opinion, the best thing about Fredericksburg is the amazing outdoor spaces! From beautiful flowers, to fun playgrounds, to fishing, skateboarding, basketball, hiking, golf, and more, Fredericksburg is home to some of the best and most plentiful parks around! Here is a list and a little bit about why we love each of these spaces so much!

Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park - Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park is one of our favorites! There are playgrounds, nature trails, ducks to feed, fishing spots, places to play all kinds of sports, from baseball and softball to tennis and pickleball. There is a fantastic swimming pool open in the summer. And the best part is that no matter how far you roam in the park, you are never too far from a well maintained restroom! There are also places for RV and tent camping! 

Marktplatz von Fredericksburg - Marktplatz is a local favorite! From the amazing covered playground, to restrooms, open space to play, picnic tables, gardens, and a gorgeous water wheel, your family can spend all day in the heart of the city at Martplatz!

Old Fair ParkLocated just behind HEB at the corner of Ufer Street and Lincoln Street. Old Fair Park hours of operation are from 5 am to midnight. This park is designed for sports play with regulation baseball and softball lighted fields, concession stands and a playground. It is a great way to take in some team sports or organize a recreational game when the fields are not scheduled. There is also a fun playscape for the little ones!

Frantzen Park - Frantzen Park is a low key park with wide open green spaces, a walking path, and picnic tables. It isn't the flashiest, but it is a great open space for a picnic and time for your littles to run around in the sun!

Cross MountainCross Mountain is located on a historic marl and limestone hill with an elevation of 1951 ft. It was used as a Native lookout prior to early settlers. In 1847 during the settling of Fredericksburg a timber cross was found on the hilltop. Early Fredericksburg pioneers gave this hill the name “Kreuzberg” or Cross Mountain. In 1946, the permanent lighted cross was raised. Recently work was completed by volunteers to add a new cross, new trail, and three picnic areas. There are also restrooms at Cross Mountain!

Oak Crest Park - Along with a fun playscape, this park has regulation size lighted baseball , softball, and soccer fields with some covered bleachers, a concession stand, and a large covered playground. This park is designed for recreational and organized team sports. It is used by youth baseball and youth soccer. A playground honoring Fredericksburg Fallen Soldier, Chris Staats, was dedicated in 2012. Want to reserve a space, check the website to make a reservation!

Enchanted RockYou can hike, backpack, camp, rock climb, picnic, bird, study nature, geocache and stargaze. Reservations are required, so visit the website to make sure you claim your spot!

Coach Tony Knopp Town Pool - The town pool is open each summer Tuesday - Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The town pool has a zero depth kiddie pool, a handicap chair lift, in water basketball with regulation goal, and concessions. 

Town Splash Pad - Located near the Town Pool, this fun splash pad is open during the summer Tuesday thru Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m and Sundays, 12:00 p.m. (noon) to 5:00 p.m.

Fredericksburg Skate Park The Skatepark opened in 2015.  Kids and adults alike can enjoy this free outdoor concrete riding surface which is located at Old Fair Park at the corner of Ufer Street and Lincoln Street. Littles with scooters are welcome! Thanks to the Fredericksburg Morning Rotary for making this park a reality!! 

Lyndon B. Johnson State Park & Historic Site - Spend the day exploring this unique historical site. Visit the Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm. Walk 1.2 miles of trails, passing bison, longhorns, wildflowers, creeks and historic cabins. Tour the adjacent LBJ Ranch.

Sauer-Beckmann Living History FarmPark rangers wearing historical clothing work the farm. Daily chores include caring for animals – feeding, milking, gathering eggs and slopping hogs. Inside the house, cooking, cleaning and churning need to be done. You might see “family” members weeding the garden, working in the blacksmith shop, or knitting. Seasonal chores include canning and butchering. The rangers’ main job, however, is to talk about life on this farm and answer your questions.