Hunter’s Ridge Cabins are the perfect place to spend time in the great outdoors with your family and friends. You can kick back and relax in our Concan lodges for six people or get out for a taste of the outdoorsy activities that the area has to offer, including peacefully floating down the famous Frio River. Book today and start planning your getaway at our cozy Frio River cabins for rent.
Why Stay At Hunter’s Ridge Cabins?
Plenty of Space: Our Concan lodges for six people are fully furnished and can fit the whole family. There’s plenty of room to hang and eat together, yet still have space to get some privacy—indoors or outdoors. Rent all six cabins to fit up to 40 people for your next family reunion!
Prime Location: If you’re planning to float the Frio River, go for hikes, check out local live music, bars, or food, Hunter’s Ridge Cabins is a great location that is close to all sorts of activities, but is quiet and peaceful at night for a good night’s rest.
The Perfect Temperature: With comfortable beds, cozy couches, and air conditioning included, you can cool off inside in the summer or warm up in the winter.
Stay Connected: Don’t miss a headline or email with hundreds of channels on our TVs and free Wi-Fi. Just make sure you spend some time appreciating the views outside as well.
Cook at Your Convenience: Use the full-sized fridge, stove, oven, dishwasher, and microwave at your convenience. Cook in the great outdoors with each cabin’s personal grill for fresh-caught or store-bought morsels.
Cozy Around the Campfire: Grab some hot dogs and s’mores to bond around the campfire with friends and family. A great way to warm up in the winter or just enjoy the glow of an old-fashioned fire all year long.
Bring Your Furry Friends: Our Frio River cabins’ pet friendly policy means you’re welcome to bring your fuzzy buddy along for your cabin getaway, just keep them off the furniture, please.
A WEEKEND GETAWAY AT HUNTER’S RIDGE CABINS
Here’s a sample schedule of a weekend well spent in the great outdoors at our spacious Frio River cabins for rent. This may give you some ideas on how, when, and why to book your trip today!
Friday, 4 PM – ARRIVE, UNPACK, SETTLE IN
Show up with a cooler full of food and drinks on a Friday afternoon and get ready for an equally exciting and relaxing weekend. Fill up your fridge, put your things away, and get that grill going.
Friday, 7 PM – GRILL AND CHILL
Light up some charcoal on the grill right outside your cabin and sear some steaks, burgers, or another favorite treat for a meal in the middle of nature. Save some coals or light up a campfire for some sweet after-dinner s’mores.
Friday, 10 PM – LAY DOWN AND REST UP
After a gaze at the unlimited stars in the clear sky, cozy up in your bed (cabins sleep up to six) and get some rest for an action-packed weekend.
Saturday, 7 AM – RISE AND SHINE!
Wake up to sunshine and chirping birds and start packing up your gear for a day of exploration. Get some much-needed energy from the coffee maker and cook yourselves a hearty breakfast in our fully-equipped kitchen. Throw the plates in your handy dishwasher and head out!
Saturday, 10 AM – GET LOST IN NATURE
Well, not literally, but enjoy all that the Frio River area has to offer—from floating the Frio to hiking alongside it. Take the family for a horseback ride, out fishing, or for a hike on the trails around Texas’ Hill Country. On a hot summer day, check out the local beloved Concan Swimming Hole. There are a ton of options to keep you busy from sunup to sundown.
Saturday, 1 PM – LUNCH IN TOWN
For a tasty meal, head to Neal’s Dining Room or Hippie Chic’s River Shack. These local favorites have healthy (and delicious) options for all ages. Still need a little something? Head to The Frio Float for a sweet after-meal treat.
Saturday, 3 PM – UNWIND AT THE CABIN
Enjoy a lazy afternoon and take a stroll, a nap, have a snack, or play some cards on the picnic table outside your cabin. Or, bring a hammock to put up on nearby trees to swing in solitude. Rest up for a night out on the town!
Saturday, 7 PM – MUSIC TO YOUR EARS
The House Pasture and Joe Jimmy’s are rocking places to grab a before-bedtime dinner and drink to close out an adventurous day. Listen to some local live music for a real taste of Texas Hill Country. For The House Pasture, be sure to book your tickets in advance and check out their calendar to plan your trip around the talent and book tickets in advance. Joe Jimmy’s lineup can be found here. Get home safe and make sure you have a designated driver if anyone is drinking.
Sunday, 8 AM – COFFEE AND HIKE
Pack up your to-go mugs with coffee and get out for one more journey before checkout. Garner State Park sits just 10 minutes north of our cabins and is home to “Old Baldy,” one of the favorite hills to climb in the area. Peaking about 1800 feet high, this “hill” provides epic views in every direction once you hit the top. Admire the views, then head back to the cabins to check out and book your next vacation with Hunter’s Ridge cabins.