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Great management, military friendly and a military family themselves. Cabin was great, price was right and I was able to book less than a week in advance for a big weekend no less. Pool was awesome, fire pits, A/C, BBQ grill and a lovely pecan...More
Couldn't ask for a better place to stay. Staff is the best of anywhere we have ever stayed. Cabins are clean and well equipped. ( I could just stay on the porch for our whole trip.) Lots of wildlife and our favorite "Larry The Cat"...More
Response from DAandCMitchell, Manager at Seven Bluff Cabins on the FrioResponded 26 October 2017
Thank you for taking the time to share your visit with Seven Bluff Cabins. We are happy to hear that you enjoyed your visit and the efforts of our staff. Guests like you make our job enjoyable! We look forward to your visits and we...More
We stayed at Seven Buffs from Nov 2017 through March 15, 2018.
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Great location for a few days or a few months, this is the place to go. Truly a beautiful spot in the Texas hill country.
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We visited during spring break. This was our first time staying at Seven Bluffs and were awed by the amazing scenery and superb cleanliness of our cabin. Employees are very friendly and helpful. Our family was really impressed by the attentiveness and family friendly rule...More
This is our second time staying here and we love the inviorment it's a nice outdoor feel with camp fires and swimming in the frio river the cabin we stayed in are perfect for the whole family the staff members are very friendly
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Response from DAandCMitchell, Manager at Seven Bluff Cabins on the FrioResponded 2 days ago
Thank you for your review, we are always happy to hear that our guest have enjoyed their stay and the efforts of our staff. We look forward to your next visit.
Seven Bluff Campground does not have any real "hiking trails" but there are a lot of quality hiking opportunities in the immediate area. Garner State Park is just a very short drive away and it has miles of interesting... More
Seven Bluff Campground does not have any real "hiking trails" but there are a lot of quality hiking opportunities in the immediate area. Garner State Park is just a very short drive away and it has miles of interesting trails that include mysterious caves and amazing views from the top of "Old Baldy". The trail to the top is a bit technical (steep,slippery rock ledges abound) so "keep ya wits about ya" and keep the kids under control. A bit farther away, but still close by, is a little known jewel of the Texas parks system. Lost Maples State Park is one of my favorites for hiking with many miles of awesome trail that have something new and cool around every bend. Interesting rock formations, waterfalls, springs, streams,birds, animals, steep climbs and wonderful vistas that make the climbs worthwhile. You will never contend with crowds here unless you come during the Fall Color rush when the famous Maples erupt in wild colors-something that is pretty rare in the Texas Hill Country. Between these hiking options, and the many paddling opportunities along the Frio, we spend a full week camping here every year and never run out of cool things to do.