We will return to Fredricksburg to enjoy the abundance of food choices, world class shopping, numerous entertainment venues, local attractions, the Veterans Day Parade and of course the fellowship with our HOTC friends.
Rally hosts Sharry and Henry Kahanek will certainly have a great time planned for us.
Twenty sites have been reserved for the HOTC 2021 Veterans Day Rally to be held at The Vineyards of Fredericksburg RV Park, located at 2647 N US Hwy 87, Fredericksburg, TX 78624. Visit the website https://www.thevineyardsrvpark.com
Call the Park at 830-992-1237 to make reservations.
The rally dates are Thursday, November 11 through Saturday, November 13, with departure on Sunday, November 14. Check-in time is 1:00 pm. Check-out time is 11:00 am.
Reservations should be made at least 30 days prior to the rally dates, if possible; otherwise the non-reserved sites could be released from our block of sites. Sites 92-101 and 63-72 have been reserved for our group. These RV sites have full hookups and are convenient to the rally hall. Reservations may be made less than 30 days prior to the rally, if sites are available, but there is no guarantee the site will be within our group of reserved sites.
For those planning to arrive early or depart later, the Park will honor the discounted rally fee of $45/night. When making reservations, you can pay in full for the dates of your stay or pay a $100 deposit to hold your site. A fee of $20 will apply for cancellations made up until 2 days before the start of the rally and a $45 fee will apply for a cancellation within 2 days of the rally date. Make your reservation early, and if we exceed our limit, the Park may be able to expand our group of sites.
With a minimum of 10 reservations, our group will have free and exclusive use of the 4,000-sqft heated/air-conditioned Rally Hall, with a full kitchen, and a 480-sqft Outdoor Pavilion for the dates of the rally. Otherwise, the rate is $100/day for the Rally Hall and $65/day for the Outdoor Pavilion.
While in Fredericksburg, visit the Admiral Nimitz Museum of the Pacific War, shop in the many shops along Main Street, groups can schedule a Wine Tour Shuttle https://290wineshuttle.com/ and visit the many wineries along Hwy 290, or just hang out at the Pavilion and visit with fellow HOTC members.
About Fredericksburg Fredericksburg's history dates back to the town's founding in 1846 when the first German settlers arrived in the Texas Hill Country. Throughout its 170-plus years of history, the area has been home to several figures that have shaped the history of the world.
It is because of these factors that Fredericksburg is often mentioned as one of the top places to visit in the United States for history lovers. Fredericksburg's Pioneer Museum tells the story of those first German immigrants. Native son, Chester W. Nimitz, catapulted Fredericksburg on to the national map commanding the United States Pacific Fleet in World War II - the National Museum of the Pacific War is in town, because of his contributions.
And finally, the United States' 36th President Lyndon Baines Johnson was born in Gillespie County and returned often during his presidency. He is now buried on the ranch he loved so dearly just 20 minutes from Fredericksburg in Stonewall, Texas. The Lyndon B. Johnson State and National Historical Parks tell the story of LBJ's larger than life personality and legacy.
To see some local attractions: https://www.visitfredericksburgtx.com/things-to-do/attractions/