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Cabin (Rim | Lighthouse)

  • People per Site: 4
Outside the Lighthouse Cabin. Photo by John Chandler. A picnic table and grill are outside. Photo by John Chandler. The door to the Lighthouse Cabin. Photo by John Chandler. There is 1 queen size bed and 2 twin beds. Photo by John Chandler. Photo by John Chandler. The view from outside the cabin. Photo by John Chandler. View from the Goodnight Cabin at sunset, with a view of the Lighthouse Cabin (upper left).

The cabin will close for repairs on Oct. 18, 2020; a reopening date is not set. A $50 credit card deposit is due at check-in. Located on the canyon rim with a beautiful view, this CCC-built cabin has stairs leading down to it, and is enclosed on three sides by a wooden privacy fence. If you will arrive after 5 p.m., you must call the park prior to 5 p.m. to make key arrangements. No pets, smoking, or cooking (except microwave) allowed inside the cabins. No fires are allowed in the fireplace if a burn ban is in effect. No tents allowed in the cabin area. A two-night minimum is required on weekends (Friday-Sunday) and holidays.

  • A/C unit
  • Heater
  • Fireplace
  • Picnic table
  • Outdoor grill
  • Microwave
  • Bathroom Sink
  • Toilet
  • Shower
  • Small refrigerator
  • One queen bed
  • Two twin beds
  • Linens are provided
  • Check-in 3 p.m.
  • Check-out 11 a.m.

Maximum of four people allowed, including children. The $50 credit card deposit will be returned to the customer within three days of check-out, unless any damages occur. These cabins were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps.

Each cabin has a bathroom with shower, small refrigerator and microwave. A grill and picnic table are outside. The Lighthouse Cabin has a queen bed and two twin beds.

Firewood is not provided.



Plus daily
entrance fee

Note: Information and prices are subject to change. Please call the park or park information (1-800-792-1112) for the latest updates. The daily entrance fee is charged in addition to any facility fees, unless otherwise stated. A Texas State Park Pass will allow you and your guests to enjoy unlimited visits for 1-year to more than 90 State Parks, without paying the daily entrance fee, in addition to other benefits.

Pets are not allowed in any Texas State Park buildings. For other general pet restrictions check the Texas State Park Regulations. For park specific pet restrictions contact the park.

Call the park or park information (1-800-792-1112) for more information.