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Big Bend Cabin Rentals: Rent Cabins in Terlingua

Big Bend Cabins, Terlingua Cabin Rentals

Big Bend Cabin Rentals: Rent cabins at Terlingua Ranch Lodge resort, which has 32 cozy, quiet cabin guest rooms with shared decks and great mountains views!

If a cabin nestled in scenic mountains of the West Texas Rio Grande Big Bend region is what you’re looking for, look no further than Terlingua Ranch Lodge resort. Remote but conveniently located between Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park, our rustic but comfortable Terlingua cabin rentals will make your Big Bend vacation getaway a memorable stay.

All of our guest rooms – four to each cabin – have new queen-size beds, a table and dresser, a full bath, heating and air conditioning. Of course we provide clean linens, towels, soap and shampoo, but you’ll need to bring your own hair dryer. There is no phone or TV service, but we have Wi-Fi on the grounds so you can make VOIP calls using services like Skype and watch movies, TV shows and other videos on streaming services like YouTube and Vimeo. What you’ll most likely want to watch, however, is the view out your window!

“Wonderful experience. The rooms were just as advertised with comfy beds and hot showers. The Bad Rabbit restaurant is a wonderful gem in the middle of the desert.”–Robin B.

“I was expecting a very rustic cabin but was very surprised to have a room with two double beds, modern plumbing and a remodeled interior. WE WILL BE BACK!”–Brazos P.

“A quiet and beautiful place! Lots of critters you don’t normally see in the big city! Just a short jaunt to Study Butte and Terlingua’s Ghost town!”–J.W.

“This place is so cool… trails to hike all around. It is so peaceful and everyone is so nice. Make sure you try the Bad Rabbit for breakfast! Good stuff.”–Kandi B.

“If you’re searching for an offbeat place situated in one of America’s most beautiful natural surroundings, this might be your home away from home.”–Hugh H.

“We loved our stay at Terlingua Ranch Lodge. Quiet, peaceful, serene and surrounded by beautiful mountains and unspoiled nature! Right up the road from Big Bend [NP].”–Angela S.

“We … came to Terlingua Ranch Lodge again and again for its refreshing pool, excellent meals at the cafe, hot showers, and incredibly kind and welcoming staff.”–Carlie C.

“Lovely well run little lodge with great pool. Staff are incredibly friendly. Was treated to several fox sightings, numerous javelina, deer. Would stay there again!”–Mamie T.

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Big Bend Motels: Best Terlingua Motel Alternative

Big Bend Motels, Terlingua Motel

Terlingua motels are few, and you won’t find a Big Bend motel alternative with more natural beauty and distinctive history than Terlingua Ranch Lodge resort!

Terlingua Ranch Lodge resort is a unique Big Bend motel alternative offering both lodging and camping accommodations, convenient amenities, engaging activities and scenic attractions.

Your best Terlingua motel alternative, our Lodge is located in south Brewster County with Big Bend National Park to the east and Big Bend Ranch State Park to the west. It covers 425 acres and consists of the main office and gift shop, the Bad Rabbit Cafe, guest cabins, pull-through and back-in RV parks, private campsites and open campgrounds, an airstrip, a horse corral, a swimming pool, bathhouse, laundrymat and many other amenities.

We are in the Chihuahuan Desert and it is best to have a full gas tank when you leave Alpine heading south on Texas Highway 118. The nearest bank is in Study Butte. The nearest pharmacy is in Alpine. And although we have a restaurant on the grounds, you may want to bring drinks and snacks with you. We do sell beer, wine and ice.

Terlingua Ranch Lodge, your preferred Terlingua motel alternative, is owned and operated by the Property Owners Association of Terlingua Ranch, Inc. (P.O.A.T.R.I.), which represents the more than 5,000 individuals who own Terlingua Ranch, which is comprised of nearly 200,000 acres of remote and rugged natural beauty in the Rio Grande Big Bend region of West Texas.

“There was a small fridge, and a nice-sized closet. The pool was large, clean and refreshing. The laundry cabin was big [and] even had a book-borrow shelf with lots of choices.”–Cindy M.

“I was expecting a very rustic cabin but was very surprised to have a room with two double beds, modern plumbing and a remodeled interior. WE WILL BE BACK!”–Brazos P.

“Incredibly scenic views… quiet and cozy with extremely friendly and knowledgeable staff… to give you all of the best tips and tricks for exploring [Big Bend National Park].”–Kristopher L.

“I love this place, the pool, the restaurant, and the people there. Down to earth kind of place; be yourself and be kind will get you a long way… I want to go again!”–Matilda G.

“So quiet and comfortable! It’s settled into a valley surrounded by big sky, ridges [and] mountainscapes… The beds were extremely comfortable, and the sheets were so soft!”–Cindy M.

“Overall, an incredible experience. Highly recommend this RV/lodging spot over ones closer to the Ghost Town. Worth the drive… for the price and the peace.”–Jessica R.

“A quiet and beautiful place! Lots of critters you don’t normally see in the big city! Just a short jaunt to Study Butte and Terlingua’s Ghost town!”–J.W.

“Quaint, quiet, cozy and inviting. Perfect for a secluded escape in to the hills or a stopover to Big Bend State/National Park. Gorgeous night-sky!”–John P.

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Big Bend Camping: Terlingua Tent Campgrounds & RV Camps

Big Bend Camping, Terlingua Campgrounds

Big Bend Camping: Terlingua Ranch campgrounds include 7 private tent campsites, 2 open camp grounds with shared water spigots, and a horse camp for dry horse trailer camping.

Regardless of season, the West Texas Rio Grande Big Bend region offers some of the best tent camping in the USA. Terlingua Ranch Lodge is a top tenting choice, with seven private tent camp sites located in the southeast quadrant of our 425 acre resort – right along the base of Whitehouse Mountain (elevation 4,420 ft).

We also have two open campgrounds: Campground A and Campground B. Campground A lies in the southwest quadrant, just west of our lower RV Camps, while Campground B is located just south of those sites. Campgrounds A and B each offer a shared water spigot. Our Horse Camp is just south of Campground A. We also offer a horse corral, stable and pens.

“We are senior citizens, hiked 3 miles a day, took lots of photos… visited the state and national parks… drove to Presidio… lovely drive, and had the time of our lives!”–Cindy M

“I was expecting a very rustic cabin but was very surprised to have a room with two double beds, modern plumbing and a remodeled interior. WE WILL BE BACK!”–Brazos P.

“So quiet and comfortable! It’s settled into a valley surrounded by big sky, ridges [and] mountainscapes… The beds were extremely comfortable, and the sheets were so soft!”–Cindy M.

“There was a small fridge, and a nice-sized closet. The pool was large, clean and refreshing. The laundry cabin was big [and] even had a book-borrow shelf with lots of choices.”–Cindy M.

“This place is so cool… trails to hike all around. It is so peaceful and everyone is so nice. Make sure you try the Bad Rabbit for breakfast! Good stuff.”–Kandi B.

“If you’re searching for an offbeat place situated in one of America’s most beautiful natural surroundings, this might be your home away from home.”–Hugh H.

“I think this place is better than going to a local motel closer to the Big Bend parks because of the camp like experience, pet friendly, and THEY HAVE A POOL!”–Mary D.

“[We] were treated to the sights of javelinas, roadrunners, donkeys and a coyote on the road as we drove back and forth to the Ranch. The peace and quiet was wonderful!”–Kim T.

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