Seven Bluff Cabins on the Frio
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... States and not an amusement park.
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... Antelopes grazing.
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We decided that we had so much fun at Garner we went back today!! It was much of the same as the previous day - water, rope swings, and paddleboats. Today was our last full day so it was bittersweet. Sad to be leaving but happy to come home to ...
... it seemed like a fun place to go. It has lots of "Texan" activities like line dancing and was surrounded by mountains. The main reason it made our list though is because of the rope swings into the beautifully clear Frio River. It seemed like almost all the people camping there were Texans probably because of the time of year and where it is located. As we were driving to our campsite we saw at least 15 ...