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Guadalupe River Cabins & Lodging

The Guadalupe River is one of the best places in Texas to vacation, spend a weekend, or explore. And this page has some of the best lodging, cabins, tree houses, and river front lodging on the Guadalupe River. So grab your swimming suite, sun tan lotion, cooler, fishing pole, and fun hat and head to the Guadalupe River and enjoy all it has to offer as well as these Guadalupe River lodging and accommodations.

Guadalupe River Cabins & Lodging

Lower Guadalupe River

How can you beat a Rio Guadalupe Resort cottage sitting on a small bluff about 100 yards from the cool clear Guadalupe River? Better yet, Rio Guadalupe Resort rents rafts, canoes, tubes, and kayaks for you to enjoy on the Guadalupe. Their shuttle service will take you upriver for a trip down the Guadalupe that ends in front of your cottage!

Rio Guadalupe Resort has over 20 cottages that are a mixture of 2 bed efficiencies to three bedroom two story cottages with one and a half bathrooms, a kitchen with a full refrigerator, microwave, sink and oven with range top plus a private deck with a picnic table and charcoal BBQ grill.

If you would rather camp, Rio Guadalupe Resort has campsites with electric and water and full hook-up RV sites. Plus there is a pool and country store with a little bit of everything at Rio Guadalupe Resort.

Cottages at Rio Raft & ResortGuadalupe at Rio Raft & ResortGetting ready to go tubing at Rio Raft & Resort

 

 

River Road Treehouse

New Braunfels/Lower Guadalupe River

Nestled under the trees near the lower Guadalupe River is some unique treehouse lodging that's a perfect place to spend some time tubing, fishing, swimming, golfing, or exploring the local area. River Road Treehouses are attached to large hardwood trees and hanging out over a creek bed and under some enormous eighty-foot cypress trees with decades old wild mustang grapevines hanging from their limbs.

There are five treehouses, four of which you have to cross a footbridge to get to, and each of treehouses is around 700 square feet and have a loft, deck, master bedroom, bath room, and a great room with a dining area, fully equipped kitchen, and living area with comfy leather furniture. Each of the configurations differs a little but most have a king bed in the master, a sleeper sofa in the living area, and some combination of a queen, pull out, full, or rollaway in the loft. The deck is fantastic and some of the treehouses come with hammocks and a large very cool common area deck.

Within a two minute walk you can be at River Park with access to the beautiful Guadalupe River. The River Road Treehouses have easy access to lots of fun things to see and do in the area. See the resource guide below for some ideas.

Guadalupe River Resources

Lower Guadalupe River Map Check out this map of the lower Guadalupe River for tubing, and lots more
Lots of great information on tubing, kayaking, and canoeing
There are some new rules that you need to be aware of before you head out for the river, you should also check with your outfitter about the rules
Here you'll find places to kayak/canoe, rental, lessons, and more
Use this map to find fun things to do on the upper section of the river
Find links on places to stay and play
Learn about Canyon Lake
Canyon Lake Canyon Lake feeds the lower Guadalupe River and is a great lake for boating, swimming, fishing, and more
Find a golf course on the clickable map
Learn about the paddling trails on the guadalupe