Now you can enjoy an overnight stay in a Texas State Park in one of their cabins, lodges, or cottages. Most of the State Park Cabins and Cottages are a little rustic and some don’t have kitchens, bathrooms, or linens – but you get outside and enjoy all that our Texas State Parks offer. Listed below are a number of cabins, cottages, and lodges in the Texas State Parks. Several State Parks have screened shelters, group barracks and bunk houses, group dining and recreation halls that also allow overnight stays.

Texas State Parks With Cabin Rentals

Bastrop State Park

Bastrop State Park Cabin

13 cabins available with 1-4 bedrooms with sleeping accommodations for 4 to 8 individuals. All cabins include outdoor grills and picnic tables.


  • Bastrop, TX
  • 13 Cabins

Big Bend Ranch State Park

Big Bend Lodge

The Historic Sauceda Ranch House has single and double rooms that sleep 2-4 people, and the Bunkhouse sleeps up to 30. The Bunkhouse kitchen is a community kitchen.


  • Presidio, TX
  • Historic Sauceda Ranch House
  • Sauceda Lodge Bunkhouse

Caddo Lake State Park

Caddo Lake State Park has a prolific selection of cabins, of various sizes and styles. This is an absolutely one-of-a-kind state park that anyone who enjoys nature must visit.


  • Karnack, TX
  • 2-Person, 4-Person and 6-Person Cabins
  • Screened Shelters

Cooper Lake State Park

Cooper Lake Cabin

This is a six person cabin with a picnic table and outdoor grill. Cooper Lake has 12 of these cabins, plus 6 premium shelters with air conditioning.

Doctors Creek

South Sulphur

  • Cooper, TX
  • Cooper Lake Cabin

Daingerfield State Park

Daingerfield Cabin

Dangerfield has a Group Lodge which accommodates 15 (sleeps 13), a 6 person cabin, and 2 4-person cabins.


  • Daingerfield, TX
  • Daingerfield Cabin

Estero Llano Grande State Park

Estero Llano Grande Cabin

This is located on a 230 plus acres at the center of World Birding Center which is very popular for bird watching and nature lovers.


  • Weslaco, TX
  • Birding Center

Galveston Island State Park

Stewart House Cabin on Galveston Island State Park

This three bedroom cabin sleeps 10. The Park also has Ranch House Cabin which sleeps 6. Both cabins overlook the lake. Both allow 2 extra individuals for an additional fee.


  • Galveston, TX
  • Stewart House Cabin

Garner State Park

Garner State Park Cabin

There are a total of 17 cabins with or without fireplaces. All of these cabins sleep 4.


  • Concan, TX
  • 4-Person Cabins

Hill Country State Natural Area

Hill Country State Natural Area

There is a Group Lodge which sleeps 7 or the Equestrian Group Camping Area, known as “Chapas Camp with a Barn”, near a swimming hole.


  • Bandera, TX
  • Group Lodge

Lake Brownwood State Park

Lake Brownwood Cabin

Brownwood State Park has choices of 9-2 person sites, 7-4 person sites, Oak Lodge for 4, Loma Vista Lodge for 8, Fisherman’s Lodge for 10, and Beach Lodge for 26.


  • Lake Brownwood, TX
  • 2-person cabin

Martin Creek Lake State Park

Martin Creek Lake State Park Cabin

Two 4-person cabins, 2-5 person shelters with AC & Heating, and 19 screened shelters that sleep 8 people each.


  • Tatum, TX
  • 4-Person Cabin

Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Palo Duro  State Park Cabin

Four 4 person Limited Service Cabins, 4 person Lighthouse Cabin, 4-person Goodnight Cabin, and 4 person Sorenson Cabin (premium).


  • Canyon, TX
  • Goodnight Cabin

Palmetto State Park

Palmetto State Park Cabin

This 6-person cabin sits adjacent to the San Marcos River with a path leading down to the river for fishing and swimming.


  • Gonzales, TX
  • Limited Use Cabin

Possum Kingdom State Park

Possum Kingdom State Park Cabin

Possum Kingdom has 4-4 person cabins, 2-4 person Premium Cabins, and 1-8 person cabin (Longhorn Lodge) all with heater, outdoor grills and picnic tables.


  • Caddo, TX
  • Longhorn Lodge

Village Creek State Park

Village Creek State Park Cabin

This cabin set in the trees sleeps 8 and near a creek is very quiet.


  • Lumberton, TX
Mike Sharp
Author: Mike Sharp

I have a passion for travel and outdoor activities, and now I'm enjoying retired life. I will continue my traveling, golfing, boating, and enjoying life all across the great state of Texas.

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