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When families plan a Texas Hill Country vacation on the Frio River there are many choices for lodging whether you want to stay in Concan, Rio Frio, Leakey or even nearby Utopia. Lots of people choose to stay at the famous Garner State Park, the most popular state park in Texas - but you need to plan ahead because it is booked solid on most all of the popular summer days.

The always cool Frio River is a favorite destination year round but many people think of it mainly for tubing, kayaking and swimming from spring to fall. There's no doubt the river is the top attraction for generations of Texans and others who have discovered the Frio area, but there's plenty more for the whole family to enjoy.

In addition to local shops, horseback riding and cycling, there are many other activities to enjoy throughout the Frio Canyon. While you are in the Frio River area take a side trip to nearby towns like Uvalde and Kerrville, Lost Maples State Natural Area or Devil's Sinkhole State Natural Area.

Whether you are looking for a single Frio River cabin, a luxury vacation rental or something in-between, these services are often a good choice to call on to help you make your vacation plans. Some of the established rental services are Frio Reservations, Frio Country and Rio Frio Lodging.

A great way to plan your Frio River vacation is to check out the many lodging locations and other activities on the very popular funrivers.com website. This directory of area activities and attractions covers just about everything you need to know to plan your trip to the Frio before you leave home. From your keyboard you can explore the lists of restaurants, stores and shops, get river flow information and a complete listing of Frio River rentals.

To stay in touch with the latest news from the Frio River area check out the online version of the local newspaper The Leakey Star.


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