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Potters Creek, Canyon Lake is excellent.

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Thanks to all who have replied. I'm finding your input very helpful in my planning!

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Is the Bluebonnet Festival (in Burnet) worth going to? So far there is nothing listed as far as music headliners; I guess they will list that next month. What sort of music do they typically book?

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Garmp wrote:

Depending when you go, DO make the Willow City loop if in the spring. The wild flower fields are unbelievable. Then of course there's Lukenbach. Another gotta see for us.


This is one of the few places in the United States where we prefer to stay at a KOA. It is at the intersection of the road leading out to Lukenbach on US 290. The best part of the campground is far back among the trees. That would still be our choice.





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padredw wrote:

Garmp wrote:

Depending when you go, DO make the Willow City loop if in the spring. The wild flower fields are unbelievable. Then of course there's Lukenbach. Another gotta see for us.


This is one of the few places in the United States where we prefer to stay at a KOA. It is at the intersection of the road leading out to Lukenbach on US 290. The best part of the campground is far back among the trees. That would still be our choice.


I'm not finding it. It may have changed from a KOA to a non-affiliated campground. It looks like maybe Bending Oaks RV Resort is now at the location you've described. Is it? Maybe?

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Speak wrote:

It looks like maybe Bending Oaks RV Resort is now at the location you've described. Is it? Maybe?


That is it, for sure. The change has happened since we last stayed there. I can't comment on what that means about management. It may even be better. But my comment about location and site selection should remain valid.

Thanks for calling this to my attention.

EDIT to ADD: One change is that it is now a 21 age and up park--no children. Prices are, of course, more than we last paid. The section of the park that I recommend are sites L01-L05 and adjacent. Called on their map the "back of the park".

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