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 River Road Treehouses (accessed by a short man-made trail & crossing the street- 150 yds. max total) (See Property map)
We do not host weddings. To reserve the entire property for a large gathering please contact our Reservations Department at 888-808-0460
While there are no ramps or custom toilets, most of the property walkways are crushed granite and level. There are no ladders or stairs to access the units. However, all of the lofts are accessed by staircases.
Treehouses #3 & #4 (Mourning Dove Haus & Whippoorwhill Haus) are great for large groups and have a large adjoining deck but the Treehouses themselves are separate units and require separate reservations.
Fire pits can be found at the River Park. Firewood is not sold on property, guests must bring their own.
The River Park is available for guest use from 7am-11pm. The River Park is exclusive to the guests of The River Road Treehouses. We ask that everyone respect the outside noise levels after 11 p.m. and refrain from swimming, fishing or socializing at the water’s edge after 11 p.m. or before 7:00 a.m.
The River Road Treehouses do not provide any type of watercraft rentals. There are numerous nearby outfitters who provide rentals and some offer shuttle services.
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. We do not provide any shuttle service.
Yes, you are welcome to use any of the fire pits at the Guadalupe River Park. Please ensure all fires are extinguished after each use and monitor any flammable items or young children near open flames.
Yes. Swimming is permitted. There are no lifeguards on duty, swimming is at your own risk. We do not supply life jackets. Much of the river bed is slippery, please bring proper water shoes.
Yes. Many anglers enjoy fly fishing in the Guadalupe River year round!
Fishing in the Guadalupe is good year round depending on what you are fishing for! Large populations of Guadalupe Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Rio Grande Cichlids, Pan fish, and multiple species of Carp are found in the Guadalupe River year round.
The Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake dam is listed as one of the top 100 trout streams in America. Trout season starts the first weekend of December and runs through March here at The River Road Treehouses.
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/