Fredericksburg Texas Recreation

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Fredericksburg Texas Recreational Facilities

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Lady Bird Johnson Golf Course
Lady Bird Johnson Golf Course is a par-72, 6,432-yard championship18 hole golf course with practice facilities featuring 20 hitting stations, 2 practice greens and a practice bunker.

Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park
A 150 acre park includes facilities for camping, sports, swimming, picnicking, and fishing.  Swimmers can use the Olympic-size pool during summer months.  A lazy summer day could also draw you to the lake for some relaxing fishing.  Six tennis courts - four lighted - give opportunity to participate in this popular game.  Open-air pavilions are available for activities and Pioneer Pavilion, an enclosed pavilion, will accommodate up to 500 for special events

Frantzen Park A quaint little park located in the 400 block of South Orange Street along the Barons Creek  Picnic tables make it a great place for a quiet lunch or a picnic with the family

Marktplatz (Market Square) The well-known park in the heart of Fredericksburg includes pavilions and a playground for individual use and is the site for festivals creating some of the ambiance for which Fredericksburg is known.  Public rest rooms serve citizens and visitors to the downtown area. 

Town Pool The Town Pool is open during summer months beginning May 27.  Hours are 1:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.  Cost is $1.00 per person for all day. It is located at 105 W. Travis St., across from the Fredericksburg Middle School.

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Enchanted Rock State Natural AreaLocated on the southeast margin of the large Enchanted Rock Batholith, the granite exposed is one of the Town Mountain Granite suite and is of Precambrian age. U-Pb zircon geochronology gives an age of 1082+-6 million years old (Walker, 1992). Precambrian rocks in central Texas are part of the Llano Uplift. There are several large exfoliation domes and castle tops in the park. The largest (Enchanted Rock itself) rises 122 m. above the surrounding landscape.  This is simply the best place to look at granite in Texas. 1-915-247-3903


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