Guadalupe River Cabin Treehouses Frequently asked questions:


How many bedrooms are there?

Our Guadalupe River Cabin Treehouses all feature one master bedroom downstairs and an open loft upstairs. 

How many bathrooms are there?

Every  Guadalupe River Cabin Treehouse features one restroom downstairs with a walk-in shower.

Is River Road treehouses right on the Guadalupe River?

While we are very fortunate to have our own private river park with over an acre of riverfront access, it is directly across the street from the  Guadalupe River Cabin Treehouses (accessed by a short man-made trail & crossing the street- 150 yds. max total) (See Property map) 

Are the Treehouse cabins connected?

Mockingbird Lodge is the one cabin that is roadside. The other 5 cabins are all in a row accessed by the elevated walk-way bridges. Mourning Dove Haus and Whipporwill Haus are two cabins located side by side with a large joint deck in the middle, this setup usually works better for larger groups.   

(See Property map) 

Are they actual treehouses?

Yes, The  Guadalupe River Cabin Treehouses are built elevated over a usually dry creek bed. The cabins are built ground level so you do not climb any stairs or ladders to access the unit. Trees run through the cabin decks and it is about a 20 ft drop from the cabin deck to the creek bed. 

How many people do you allow in each treehouse cabin?

Each  Guadalupe River Cabin Treehouse sleeps 4-6 comfortably. The maximum occupancy for all of the cabins is 8 (not to be exceeded).


Do you host weddings?

We do not.

Can you tube directly from our property?

Yes, you can tube directly from our Guadalupe River park. We are located between the 3rd and 4th crossing of the Guadalupe River. Some prefer to float from the 1st or 2nd crossing or from the Horseshoe at Whitewater. 

Which is the biggest cabin?

 All of our Guadalupe River Cabin Treehouses feature the same basic layout, and all cabins have the same maximum occupancy (8). 

Which cabin is most secluded?

Mockingbird Lodge is the one cabin that is roadside and Birdseye Perch is the last cabin on the end (See property map). 

Which cabins are best for large groups?

Mourning Dove Haus and Whippoorwill Haus are two cabins located side by side with a large joint deck in the middle, this setup usually works better for larger groups. 

Are the cabins wheel chair accessible?

While there are no ramps or custom toilets, most of the property grounds is crushed granite and there are no ladders or stairs to access the units. If the group member is not restricted to the wheel-chair accessibility shouldn’t be an issue. If so you would need to figure out the dimensions of the equipment to ensure accessibility through the front door. However, All of the lofts are accessed by staircases. 


What is the easiest cabin to access for elderly guests?

Mockingbird Lodge is the one cabin that is roadside. This requires the least amount of steps from car to front door.  (See Property map) 

Do you allow pets?

Yes, with a $75 non-refundable pet deposit. Pets must be well behaved, quiet, & non-threatening. Pets' must be kenneled when indoors and on a leash when outdoors. 

What is the minimum age requirements?

We do not rent to anyone under the age of 25. Guests under the age of 25 are more than welcome but the responsible party (renter) must be over 25. 

What should I bring?

Here is a list of suggestions that may be helpful to you as you are planning your trip:

  • Paper towels, soap, shampoo & conditioner
  • Fishing Poles, tackle & bait
  • Life jackets
  • Firewood, Charcoal, lighter fluid, matches
  • Water shoes
  • Tubes, floats, noodles, rafts, etc.
  • Camp chairs
  • Bug spray
  • Flashlight
  • Swimsuits
  • River Towels

Do the kitchens have everything I need to cook a meal?

Yes, our kitchens are stocked with all kitchen necessities you would need to make your meals. If you require any necessary kitchen gadgets that you are unsure we have, please bring them with you.

Can we use the Guadalupe River Park anytime?

Our guests are encouraged to use the Guadalupe River Park for your enjoyment anytime between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 11 p.m. We ask that everyone respect the outside noise levels after 9 p.m. and refrain from swimming, fishing or socializing at the water’s edge after 11 p.m. or before 7:30 a.m. 


Do you provide kayaks or tubes?

We do not, but there are many Guadalupe River Tubing outfitters located near by.

Can we use the fire pits located around the property?

Yes, you are welcome to use any of the fire pits at the Guadalupe River Park or the fire pit located at the common deck.  Please ensure all fires are extinguished after each use and monitor any flammable items or young children near open flames. 

Can we keep the fish we catch?

 Yes, but you must have a fishing license and obey all fishing rules and laws. See http://tpwd.texas.gov/regulations/outdoor-annual/fishing/general-rules-regulations/ 

Do the Guadalupe River Cabin Treehouses have WIFI?

 Yes! Each Treehouse cabin has a WIFI connection. 

Do the Guadalupe River Cabin Treehouses have cable?

We have direct TV as well as DVD players in all of the Guadalupe River Cabin Treehouses.

Do the Guadalupe River Cabin Treehouses share decks?

All  Guadalupe River Cabin Treehouses  have their own private deck space except for Whippoorwill Haus and Morning Dove Haus which share a large deck.