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Frio River Frontage Rentals

Experience the epitome of riverside bliss with Frio River frontage rentals, where nature's beauty and serenity converge to create an unforgettable vacation. Our Frio River rentals provide a unique and immersive experience, unlike any other accommodation option. The prime location grants direct access to the pristine river, allowing guests to enjoy leisurely strolls along the riverbanks, go swimming in the cool waters, or simply savor the calming sounds of the flowing river from their doorstep.

Wake up to the stunning views of the river reflecting the morning sunlight, or unwinding on a private deck as the sun sets, painting the sky with an array of colors. The beauty of nature becomes an integral part of your vacation, enhancing every moment of your stay. Whether you seek solitude in nature's embrace or crave exciting river adventures, our Frio River vacation rentals offer a one-of-a-kind experience that brings you closer to the soul of Texas Hill Country. Embrace the serenity, relish the recreational opportunities, and create cherished memories that will linger long after your journey home when you book direct with Frio River Resorts today.

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  • Starting at $440 Per Night
    • 3 Beds
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  • Starting at $840 Per Night
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  • Starting at $960 Per Night
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  • Starting at $680 Per Night
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  • Starting at $360 Per Night
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  • Starting at $800 Per Night
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  • Starting at $640 Per Night
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  • Starting at $1,000 Per Night
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Frio River Frontage Rentals FAQs

Where should I stay when floating the Frio River?

There are numerous lodging options along the Frio River. Browse through Frio River Resorts lodging options with our Frio River rentals, Frio River rentals with river access, Frio River house rentals or our Frio River cabin rentals.

Where is Frio River?

The Frio River is located in Texas, USA. It runs through the Texas Hill Country with major portions accessible near the towns of Leakey, Concan, and Uvalde. The river is a tributary of the Nueces River, flowing southeast from northern Real County to join the Nueces near the town of Three Rivers.

Is the Frio River clear?

Yes, the Frio River is known for its crystal-clear waters. Its clarity comes from flowing over limestone, which acts as a natural filter. This makes it a favorite for swimming, tubing, and enjoying the scenic beauty.

Can I drink beer on the Frio River?

Yes, you can drink beer on the Frio River. However, it's important to note that glass containers and Styrofoam are prohibited to help maintain the cleanliness and safety of the river. It's always recommended to use cans and to ensure all trash is properly disposed of or packed out.

Is it safe to swim in the Frio River?

Generally, it is safe to swim in the Frio River. The waters are clear and refreshing. However, as with any natural body of water, it's important to be cautious of varying water depths, underwater obstacles, and changing currents. Always supervise children and consider local conditions on the day of your visit.

Are there alligators in the Frio River?

Alligators are not commonly found in the Frio River. The river environment and cooler water temperatures are not ideal for alligators, which prefer warmer, marshier conditions. However, it's always wise to stay aware of your surroundings in natural settings.

How cold is the Frio River?

The Frio River is known for its cold water, hence its name "Frio," which means cold in Spanish. The water temperature can be quite refreshing, especially during the hot Texas summers. Temperatures in the river are consistently cool due to springs that feed the river, making it a popular escape from the heat.