This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Overview of Concan Vacation Rentals
Take Your Family on a Texas Hill Country Adventure to Concan Vacation Rentals
Nestled deep in the hill country of Texas, where the trees and hills enshrine the landscape, lies a vacation rental spot called Concan. Of all the Texas Hill Country lodging, nothing offers your family more than the experience of Concan. From its family friendly water rafting to the weekly live music, every family of every size can see the Texas Hill Country like never before. The Concan vacation houses even include stone or timber housing, so the memories will even be created while you sleep. If you are unable to sleep, there is jukebox dancing every night at the center of Garner Park nearby.
The Outdoors Has Never Been So Accessible
Thousands of people come to Concan vacation rentals each year to see the outdoors in a whole new way. There are miles upon miles of nature trails to explore and the crystal clear Frio River to paddle boat in, or you can simply take a swim. In addition to this, there are kayaks and water rafting available during the day. Golf is available at the ConCan Country Club for the seasoned player, and for a more recreational time, try their miniature golf course, which is lit at night for a starlit view of the course.
Get Healthy While on Vacation
How many places can you honestly get healthy while you are there? At Texas Hill Country lodging, this is possible. Organized mountain biking covering 30 to 50 miles, depending on your bravado, happens on a regular basis and is sure to keep your heart rate up. Even more, each year starting in mid-April are Nature Quests, which are available to get visitors out amidst nature, exploring with experts and learning all about vegetation and wildlife—all while walking miles and miles which is a great way to enjoy family, health, and the Texas Hill Country.