We’ve got accommodations to suit just about everyone.
From standard hotel/motels and comfortable and “incredibly Texas” bed & breakfasts
to secluded RV parks and campsites, we’ve got you covered.
Come visit for a while.
BlissWood Bed & Breakfast – Cat Spring
Spend a day, a week, or even longer in the peaceful country setting amidst majestic Live Oaks in your choice of turn-of-the-century Texas Homes completely furnished with antiques of the era all on the Lehmann Legacy Ranch, over 650 acres of working ranch only 60 minutes west of Houston. With the best award-winning restaurant in the area, Carol’s at Cat Spring (979-865-1100), right next door.
Texas Ranch Life – Bellville
Peaceful 1800-acre working cattle ranch with eight luxuriously furnished and restored historic homes dating to 1850’s along with 1910 wedding chapel. Located one hour northwest of Houston toward Austin, the ranch is great for romantic getaways, corporate retreats, weddings, parties and reunions. Bass fishing, birding, hunting, open range horseback riding, longhorn cattle works available.
Coushatte Recreational Ranch – RV Spaces
605 Nelius Road, Bellville
Full hook-ups meandering around picturesque country settings.
In 1877 the Nelius Family settled here at Coushatte in Bellville. They farmed cotton and raised cattle and used horses in the fields until after 1948. In the 1950’s Trenckmann Nelius began to raise chickens. Cattle raising was still practiced, along with farming maize to provide food for the chickens.
In 1973, Trenckmann & Margie started the campground named after the Coushatte Indians that thrived on this very land long ago. There is a Indian mound on the ranch, and many arrow heads have been found there.
It’s grown to 225 RV sites with full hookups and includes three unique event halls ranging in size for a variety of events and is also home to the annual Pickin’ & Grinnin Festival in late October.
Stephen F. Austin State Park – Camping and RV Spaces.
Park Rd 38, San Felipe
The Park is currently closed due to hurricane Harvey damage but is now expected to be opening sometime Spring 2018!
Nestled on the banks of the Brazos River 30 minutes from the outskirts of Houston, this quiet and peaceful park is a nice escape from busy city life. Come out for the day and enjoy six miles of hiking and biking trails, a picnic area or geocaching.
Or spend the night, with a variety of campsites, including pull-through 30-amp full hook-up RV sites, and tent campsites. There is also a group campsite for up to 60 people, screened shelters, and a rustic ADA-accessible mini-cabin with a cedar interior. The park also offers a Screened Dining Hall with an outdoor tent camping area and other group facilities.
Primitive fishing is available on the riverbank after a short hike to the Brazos River, with the common catch being catfish.
The nearby San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site, operated by the Texas Historical Commission, provides park visitors the opportunity to learn more about Stephen F. Austin, the colonial history of Texas, and the Texas Revolution.