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Lodge (CCC Cabin)

  • People per Site: 16
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
A view of the front of the cabin. The side entrance to the cabin is wheelchair friendly. A view of the back of the Cabin. The living area of the Cabin. Inside the dining area of the Cabin. A view of the kitchen. Remember to bring your own cooking and eating utensils and a coffee maker.   The cabin has four bedrooms; one is ADA accessible (designed to be usable by people in wheelchairs) with a full-sized bed.  The cabin has four bedrooms; one has a king-sized bed. The cabin has four bedrooms; one has two twin beds. Another view of the bedroom with two twin beds. There are two bathrooms in the cabin; one is ADA accessible (designed to be usable by people in wheelchairs). There are two bathrooms in the cabin; one is ADA accessible and one is not.

The 16-person limit includes up to eight people sleeping inside the cabin and eight people sleeping outside in tents. Minimum two-night reservation required for any stay that includes a Friday, Saturday or Sunday night. Lodge rental is $200 per night Fridays - Sundays; $160 per night Mondays - Thursdays (with 6 percent occupancy tax). We collect a $100 cleaning deposit at check-in, which we will refund after a clean checkout inspection. The cabin has a full kitchen, but you will need to bring cooking and eating utensils, dish washing supplies and coffee maker, as well as linens, towels and pillows. No pets or smoking are allowed in the cabin or in any Texas State Park buildings. No amplified music is allowed inside or outside the cabin.

  • ADA accessible
  • Ceiling fan in bedrooms
  • Picnic tables
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove with oven
  • Table and chairs
  • Two bathrooms w/shower (one ADA-accessible)
  • Central A/C and heat
  • Furnished living area
  • One king-sized bed in one bedroom
  • One full-sized bed in ADA bedroom
  • Two twin beds in two bedrooms
  • No TV, Internet or phone
  • Check in 3 p.m.
  • Check out 11 a.m.

The Civilian Conservation Corps built this cabin.



Plus daily
entrance fee

$160 Nightly Non-peak


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