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Clark Creek Ranch Cabin


Property Description

The best amenities and scenic settings are all yours at the Clark Creek Ranch Cabin-a luxurious and natural family getaway that isn't a budget buster! This kid-friendly and pet-friendly vacation rental is beautifully remote, yet close to awesome Hill Country towns like Bandera, Medina, and Vanderpool. Perched on a picturesque 50-acre ranch, this cabin is one of the prettiest the region has to offer, with conveniences that will make your stay not only memorable, but amazingly comfortable, too.

Hill Country cabins have the advantage of being in the most scenic area of Texas. This cabin improves upon that with a relaxing creek-fed pond, great amenities, and the closeness to not only Hill Country towns, but the natural splendor of Garner State Park, and the Hill Country and Lost Maples State Natural Areas all within an hour's drive. No matter what activities and attractions you'd like on your holiday, it's all within your reach from here.

The covered front porch faces the mountainous Hill Country, and out back there's a screened gazebo tucked under oak shade trees, which also shade the outdoor patio and charcoal grill. The property includes a great swimming and relaxation spot in the pond fed by the waters of Clark Creek, and tubing, swimming and fishing on the Medina, Sabinal, and Frio rivers are also found close by. The creek depth is seasonal, so check on this detail when you book with us. The cabin is also a fantastic location for hiking, wildlife watching, and stargazing. Covered parking is on hand for your vehicles, and smoking is allowed here, but outside only.

Three A/C and heat units and ceiling fans keep the interior of the cabin perfectly comfortable. The living space features warm and homey woodwork and a wood-burning fireplace (please provide your own firewood). The full kitchen has all the cooking appliances and necessities you'll need, and there's a spacious dining area that seats eight. Two full bathrooms both include tubs and showers, and the two bedrooms have comfy sleeping accommodations for up to seven. All bed and bath linens are provided, and there's a washer/dryer combo, as well. The cabin is furnished with satellite TV, WIFI, and cell service.

The Clark Creek Ranch Cabin shines like a jewel among mountain view vacation rentals! Get in touch with us at Backroads Reservations, and we'll set you up with this gorgeous hideaway.

The Cabin:
Accommodates up to 7 guests comfortably.
Master bedroom furnished with a King-sized bed and an attached bath featuring a tub and shower.
Second bedroom equipped with a Queen bed and a double lower, twin upper bunk bed, and an additional bath with tub and shower.
Well-appointed kitchen featuring an island and bar stools.
Dining area with seating available for eight guests.
Living room equipped with a fireplace (not a sleeper sofa).
Kitchen includes an oven/range top, refrigerator/freezer, microwave, regular coffee maker, and toaster, along with provided cookware, cutlery, flatware, utensils, dishes, and glasses.
Wood-burning fireplace available (firewood not provided).
Three AC/Heat units installed.
Front porch with comfortable seating arrangements.

Carport provided for covered parking.
Screened gazebo with seating area.
Patio featuring a large grill and three Adirondack chairs.
In-house washer and dryer facilities.
Satellite TV, Wi-Fi, and reliable cell service available.
Enjoy a Mountain View from the property.
Access to a swimming hole on-site.
Hiking permitted on the 50-acre property (refer to the map provided in the cabin).
Opportunities for wildlife viewing, birding, and additional hiking adventures.
Charcoal grill available for use.

Rates and Policies:
Nightly rate is based on double occupancy (2 people).
Children under 2 years stay without additional charge.
Maximum occupancy limited to 7 guests; an extra guest fee of $25 per day applies after the initial 2 guests.
Children are welcome, and a maximum of 2 pets are allowed with a pet fee of $25 per pet, per day.
Possibility of a pet fee discount for longer-term stays.
Smoking permitted only outside.
No hunting allowed on the property.
Prohibited activities include the discharge of firearms, fireworks, or ATVs on the premises.
Event and holiday weekends may require a minimum three-night stay.
Water levels in the Hill Country river and lake are subject to variation based on rainfall.
Long-term stays may require routine cleaning

Distance from this home:  
The Frio River is 40 miles.
The Medina River is 25 miles.
The Guadalupe River is 45 miles.
The Lost Maples State Natural Area is 15 miles.
The Garner State Park is 30 miles.
The Hill Country State Natural Area is 40 miles.

The orchards here earned Medina the title of "Apple Capital of Texas," but there's more here than that! Ride the challenging Twisted Sisters Motorcycle Trail through the Hill Country, or take a more relaxing tube ride down the Medina River. Get your fill of satisfying barbecue and other American fare during your visit, too!

Backroads Reservations
Bandera, Texas


* Mapped pin locations are not exact

Other Details

  • Mountain View
  • Children Allowed
  • Pets Considered
  • Hiking Allowed
  • Has a Grill
  • Cleaning fee is $150
  • Extra guest fee is $25, per day, after 2 guests
  • Pet fee is $25 per pet, per day
Call us now at 830-522-4661 for more information Or get an instant quote with the below form!


  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Linens
  • Living Room
    Living Room
  • Towels
  • Washer
  • Air Conditioning
    Air Conditioning
  • Free Parking
    Free Parking
  • Autumn Foliage
    Autumn Foliage
  • Festivals
  • Winery Tours
    Winery Tours
  • Fridge
  • Fridge
  • Fridge
  • Stove
  • Toaster
  • Coffee Pot
    Coffee Pot
  • Bird Watching
    Bird Watching
  • Photography
  • Scenic Drives
    Scenic Drives
  • Walking
  • Waterfront
  • Events Not Allowed
    Events Not Allowed
  • Children Welcome
    Children Welcome
  •  Smoking Not Allowed
    Smoking Not Allowed
  • Wheelchair Inaccessible
    Wheelchair Inaccessible
  • Romantic

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What guests are saying...

This stay was to celebrate my sister's 70th birthday. I chose this location because 2 of her high school friends made arrangements for lunch at The Laurel Tree and we wanted some quality time together. This was the perfect spot! The house was the perfect size and we both really enjoyed the country air. The house was clean and the beds were quite comfortable.
The perfect getaway - the cabin is nestled in some of the most beautiful hills of Texas Hill Country. The views cannot be matched, it was a serene escape. The cabin itself was just darling, had everything you need for a quick getaway to decompress or a longer stay. It is situated close to several state parks that should not be missed! Definitely recommend this great little place for the peace and quiet, and the amazing views you get while sitting in the front porch.
Clark Creek is quaint, cozy, and peaceful. And exactly what we were hoping for! The scenic drive out to the property was just the beginning of a perfect weekend getaway. We brought our two pups along for the stay. We enjoyed watching them romp around the property without a care in the world. The house is exactly as advertised - it is simple but has everything you need. We cooked breakfast tacos, brewed coffee, baked cinnamon rolls, and made pizza in the full kitchen. The master bed was super comfortable and huge! The front porch was the perfect spot to sit and have a drink to watch the sun set. We played games in the gazeebo and made a fire in the pit one night too. Hiking at Lost Maples was awesome, as it was only a 15 minute drive from the house. Finally, the communication from Spencer and Jess was top notch for sure! They made sure we had everything we needed and provided clear instructions. Thank you again for an amazing stay. We would definitely return!
The property was as advertised. It was in a good location for peace and quiet, but close enough to places in the Hill Country that we wanted to visit. The property was clean and plenty spacious for the 3 of us. I had to work some and there was absolutely no problem with connectivity. Spencer answered all of our questions very quickly prior to the trip and check in was about as easy as you can imagine. I would definitely recommend this property.
Best place we have ever stayed!
Great little place, super perfect for my 1.5 yr old because there isn't a ton of busy decorations like some places have. Only had to do minimal baby proofing. I was suuuper skeptical about the AC units, but they kept up well and I was actually cold at night. Definitely go see Lost Maples State Park and Utopia Park. It's in the perfect spot to drive but to see some really cool areas. We tried Garner State park, but it was too busy. Try to get groceries on the way in before you get to Medina because there's only a family dollar really. SO MANY DEER. We must've seen a thousand deer in four days. Nice little vacation due to hurricane Laura's mandatory evacuation. They got back to me quickly after we requested the stay. Thank you!!
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