Wimberley, Texas: Replica Pioneer TownFake wild west street includes a saloon, cowboy museum, opera house, ice cream parlor. For Roadsiders: a bottle house and a big jackalope with a saddle.
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Neat little town. We went during off season and happened into the museum. The owner, Jack Glover, was absolutely charming. His life stories were amazing. I would recommend going just to talk to him. He made it completely worth it.[Tiffany Schmalken, 01/06/2014]
It's only $1 for a picture on the jackalope.[Loni Sproles, 08/28/2013]
A recreated pioneer town features a little arcade, faux post office, train station and saloon. Very kitschy and cute. When we went it was closed, but it was fun to walk around and take photos for about 10 minutes. Normally there is a $5 parking fee. I assume it's mostly patronized by kids in cabins nearby, but it's worth a stop if you like silly retro western stuff. There are places to swim nearby, a spa and cabins. We also drove over a weird bridge that wasn't much higher than the water, and we could have high fived the people sitting in the water. Interesting area.[Lydia, 09/05/2012]
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