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Frio River Cabins

River Terrace Cabins

Frio River Front Named
By Texas Monthly Magazine

Tubing, Fishing, Swimming, Kayaking, Campfires/ Located one mile from Garner State Park

4 cozy cabins nestled under towering oak tees, sitting above the best swimming hole on the Frio River.

  • Each cabin sleeps a maximum of 6 guests
  • 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom
  • Bedroom #1/ 1 queen and 2 twin
  • Living Room/ 1 queen bed (comfortable, not a fold out)
  • Fully furnished kitchen with pots, pans, dishes, silverware, coffeepot, etc.
  • Wifi & Smart TV, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Etc.


*Click to check calendar for exact dates & pricing

OFF SEASON RATE – Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb & Early March

  • $125 per night for 2 guests
  • $15 for each additional person (6 person max)
  • 2 night minimum

REGULAR RATE – Late March, April, May (Until Mem. day wknd) , Late Aug, Sept

  • $160 per night for 2 guests
  • $15 for each additional person (6 person max)
  • 2 night minimum

PEAK SEASON RATE – Starts Memorial day, June, July & Early August

  • $240 per night for 6 guests
  • $15 for each additional person (6 person max)
  • 4 night minimum (unless 4 nights are not available on the calendar, then 2 and 3 night openings are bookable)


  • Spring Break/ 3 night minimum/ $240 per night for 6 guests 
  • Thanksgiving/ 3 night minimum/ $240 per night for 6 guests
  • Memorial Day Weekend/ 3 night min/ $290 per night for 6 guests
  • Labor Day Weekend/3 night minimum/ $290 per night for 6 guests
  • Jul 4th Weekend/ 4 night minimum/ $290 per night for 6 guests
  • Each additional guest is $15 per night/ per guest for all holidays

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Never disappointed!
My family and I have stayed here for the past 7 years. It is our home away from home.
Everyone is friendly and very helpful. The cabins are clean and have everything you need and then some.
Great place to have fun- relax-swim-float and enjoy nature!

Yvette Steagall


We decided to have a small get-a-way last min, we came across Frio River Cabins…. Let me tell you how amazing this place is! Veronica is also amazing as well and an AWESOME host!
Cabin: Delightfully cute and beautiful. So much shaded areas with the trees all around, hummingbird and bird feeder are the greatest the next morning, we got to see all the little birds flying here and there, squirrels, and hummingbirds.
River: The walking path to the river is very simple. I would say Frio River Cabins seems to have the deepest water in the area along the river we came across. So much Largemouth Bass, little catfishes and perch. We actually caught 2 Largemouth Bass (nearly over 17 inches!!!) I love love love the drop off where we were fishing at on top of the rock/cliff.

We also enjoyed the tubing from the 1120 bridge down to the Frio River Cabin spot. You will come across some very shallow area with the tubes, but still worth it!
Thank you so much Veronica, we will see you again for our next booking!
We plan on coming back again at least once a year as a traditional thing since we love to travel locally and outdoor activities.

Koy Seachao


Great place to spend a week. The river was perfect for the kids, good fishing and the wild life was everywhere. We had a hummingbird feeder on the porch with anywhere between 2 and 20 frisky hummers at any time during the whole stay. The cabin was very clean, well stocked and comfortable. Management went out of their way to make sure we had everything we needed to include firewood, birdseed to attract bluebirds and redbirds to our picnic table and even a butterfly net for our grandson to catch butterflies. We were quite impressed with the whole operation and will be looking forward to going back.

Mark Baxter


Towering oak trees provide a shady area to barbecue, enjoy a campfire, pitch horseshoes, or just relax and observe wildlife. These cabins are located on the best stretch of the Frio River for tubing. Take a stroll to the river to watch the fireflies come out in the evenings or star gaze from your porch!

Each cabin has a private outdoor area with:

  • picnic table
  • charcoal BBQ pit
  • campfire ring
  • porch
  • horseshoe pit

what to bring

Pillows, blankets, sheets, towels, toilet paper, paper towels, toiletries, lawn chairs and ice. Linens are supplied for an additional cost, excluding the peak season time period. We are unable to offer linens during peak season due to labor shortages in our rural area.


  • Tubes
  • Kayaks
  • Firewood


When booking online: Please do not leave a one night opening between your reservation and the reservation before or after you. If you leave a one-night opening, we will call you after your reservation processes through our online system, to adjust your reservation dates.    If you would like to book more than 3 nights, please call the office. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call 830-232-5996.

We offer secluded cabins with fresh air and room to explore