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32710 Us-83, Concan, TX 78838
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#11 of 17 Specialty lodging in Concan
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We have 6 stand alone cottage that will sleep 6 people, 2 full size bed and 2 twin beds, kitchen and 1 bathroom. 4 Suites will sleep 8 people, 2 bedrooms with 2 queen size beds in each, 2 bathroom and kitchen. 3 kitchenettes, sleep 4 people, has 2 full size beds, 1 bathroom and kitchen. We also have 40 RV sites most are 30 amp water and electric, a few are 50 amp water and electric or full hook up.
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MHS90 wrote a review Jun 2019
Mansfield, Texas4 contributions
We love this rv park but they have gone up on the prices and the prices for pets are ridiculous! We always clean up after our dogs and refuse to pay $50 for our 2 pets! What is the extra charge for? I fee like you are trying g to keep people with pets out of your park.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Keith C wrote a review Sep 2018
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We have been going for years and love this place. It is very close to Garner State Park in the heart of the Texas hill country. All facilities are in good shape and the river is beautiful. Staff is excellent and campsites are some of the best in Texas..
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Date of stay: September 2018
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PoPo540 wrote a review Aug 2017
Katy15 contributions1 helpful vote
This place doesn't show well online, so I wanted to say a few positive words here. My wife thinks I should keep my mouth shut, as it's best to keep it a secret. The truth is, this place is amazing, so long as you keep your eye on the prize - the riverfront property you get access to whenu you stay. The campgrounds could use updating, and the restrooms definitely need more attention/ TLC, but as mentioned above, those things can be overlooked. The property is for sale, and I'm assuming the current owners wish to allow for the new owners to assume those repair costs. But it's a catch 22. The RV sites are large, spacious, and clean, which I love. I hate being right on top of another RV and if you're anything like me, you'll enjoy your stay too. PS: Bring your own grill or grate.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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jtex12345 wrote a review Jun 2017
Houston, Texas4 contributions1 helpful vote
This was our premiere visit to the Frio River in this family-owned resort. The staff was VERY friendly (both in the office and the maintenance/shuttle driver Javier) but not obtrusive. It was not overly crowded although most of the cabins and suites were booked. The suites were a great large family lodging (and economical)..the large porch made it perfect, even when it rained. We had a nice view to their on-site pond. The RV camping spots had nice proximity to the river, it wasn't a long walk for us. This part of the river above Garner seems to be less popular based on our drive down River Road in Concan. But that means it wasn't overcrowded, and was a short drive down to the town of Leakey for any meals we didn't want to cook. The river trip from there was an easy, fun float for about 1 1/2 hours..the $2 shuttle goes twice per day..we floated it 3 times.And there is a nice area right by the resort to get out and play in the water, and even just lounge. Great getaway!
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Date of stay: June 2017
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Room Tip: Suite for families up to 8 is highly recommended...nice large gathering area on the covered porch.
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poegirl100 wrote a review Jul 2016
Schertz, Texas21 contributions12 helpful votes
If you like crystal clear, cold river water, gentle rapids, and tubing, Concan, TX is the place to go. The Frio River is legendary in Texas and tubing enthusiasts eagerly make the trek out to Concan every summer. While the Frio River is definitely 5 Star destination, the accommodations along the river are somewhat rustic and vary from one camp to another. Yeargan's River Bend is really fairly mediocre, with a variety of campsites, small screened shelters, a few cabins, and even a few motel rooms. We stayed in a cabin, and while it was adequate, it was definitely rustic and in need of some updating. The cabin sleeps six. There is a double bed in the main living area, plus another double bed and two twin beds on the sleeping porch. (The beds were old and lumpy and thoroughly uncomfortable.) There is one bathroom with a small shower, single sink and toilet. The "kitchen" area consists of a full size frig, a small microwave, small gas stove, and small cabinet/sink area. We had a full sized picnic table in the kitchen area, and the furniture in the living area consisted of a single cedar chair, a cedar loveseat and a cedar coffee table. However, there were two window unit ACs and several ceiling fans, and we were plenty cool and comfortable even in triple digit heat. However, one does not go to the Frio to spend the day in a cabin; one goes to TUBE! And the tubing is great. The Frio River is crystal clear and COLD. It feels wonderful in the hot Texas heat! Huge old cypress trees line the banks of the river which flows merrily over smooth river rocks, tiny rapids, and deep placid pools of jade green. Yeargan's has one of the best spots along the Frio for kids to play in the river. Families can spend countless hours of fun splashing in the shallows, fishing for "cats" and "brimmers", swinging on an old rope swing, and of course tubing down the river. I was mildly disappointed to learn the Yeargan's only offers two shuttle times each day: 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. For $2 per person, they will take your group a couple of miles up HWY 83 to Frio Rio and drop you at a public access point to the river. You can bring your own tubes or rent tubes from Yeargan's. It takes 1 to 2 hours to float back down the river to the Yeargan's campsite. We were fortunate that our group had a couple of pickup trucks, and we mainly did our own transportation when we wanted to tube. There are no major cities or towns within easy driving distance from Concan, so bring your own groceries with you if you can. We were packed to the gills with no room for groceries, so I shopped in Leakey (pronounced Lakey, about 7 miles from Yeargan's), the day we arrived. Leakey Mercantile is a mom and pop store, but I found it more than adequate. I bought groceries for six people for six days and found everything I needed there. It was bit more expensive, but worth it to me not to have to make a 90 mile round trip to a major grocery store. Our cabin area also had a BBQ grill (fairly gross--needed a good scrubbing with a metal brush, which I did not have, so I covered the grill with foil), an outdoor picnic table, a clothes line (there are no laundry facilities at Yeargan's, although there are a couple of laundromats in Concan), and a couple of plastic outdoor chairs on our porch. There is no daily maid service, but our cabin had a broom (which I used frequently), and there is daily trash pickup from various points around the camp. I brought everything I needed for cooking, as the only kitchen implements provided are those things that have been left behind by other campers. Our cabin had a couple of pots, a cookie sheet, a few coffee mugs, and a little stainless silverware. The cabin next door had virtually nothing. You can't predict what might be there, so come prepared. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Yeargan's and the kids were in hog heaven! It's not a resort--it's not even close--but it does provide a wonderful rustic atmosphere and loads of family fun.
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Date of stay: July 2016
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Frequently Asked Questions about River Bend
Which popular attractions are close to River Bend?
Nearby attractions include Garner State Park (2.2 km) and Garner State Park Gift Shop (4.6 km).
Which room amenities are available at River Bend?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
Is parking available at River Bend?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.