Local Area Attractions Near Kerrville KOA Journey
All area attractions are either in Kerrville or with-in a hours dirve from our campground. We are the perfect central location to visit these attractions.
Museum of Western Art
Located in Kerrville. The Cowboys, Native Americans, Settlers, Mountain Men and others who tamed the West...share their adventure through the rotating exhibits on display at the Museum of Western Art where the legend of the American West lives on.
National Museum of the Pacific War
Located in Fredericksburg, a 40 minute drive from the campground following Day Tour Drive #3. Allow a minimum of 2 hours.
Lyndon B Johnson National Historical Park
Located on US-290 between Fredericksburg and Johnson City. Auto tour of the Johnson Ranch including Original home site, school and family cemetery. Tour of the Texas White House and President Johnson's Air-force are on display.
Old Luckenbach Post Office Historic Site east of Fredericksburg. Noted for country music dances.
Local Area Recreation Near Kerrville KOA Journey
2 local courses are available. Kerrville Municipal - 18 holes, a beautiful course and Comanche Trace - Rated 17th best course in Texas by Golf Digest . Other Hill Country courses: Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Flying L Golf Course in Fredericksburg and The Buckhorn Golf Course in Comfort, both within a 40 minute drive.
Hill Country Day Tours
Three local Hill Country day road tours are available:
Day Tour #1 Stonehenge & Guadalupe River.
Day Tour #2 Medina, Bandera, Camp Verde loop.
Day Tour #3 Fredericksburg.
Ingram Lake and Dam
Dam Sliding, Swimming, Canoeing, Tubing along the Guadalupe River.
The Hill Country is famous for our winding country roads favored by riders. Just ask our front office staff in the KOA Country Store for advice. Our Lodge and Camping Cabins serve as great accommodations for single or group riders. At the end of the day our pool serves as a cooling off hole and the Recreation is a great place for a potluck. The fire ring at the Lodge is great for that evening campfire. Firewood when available is free.
Wild Flower Viewing
Throughout Spring drive the winding Hill Country roads to view the fields of Wild Flowers.