About Us, and Around Kerrville...River Trail Cottages is the perfect spot to launch your Hill Country adventures.
Founded in 1856, Kerrville, Texas has long been a retreat from the bustle of city life. Originally founded by Joshua Brown along the banks of the Guadalupe about a half mile upstream from our Cottages, Kerrville quickly grew under the influence of Captain Charles Schreiner’s mohair and retail empire. Through more than 160 years, Kerrville has been a destination for enjoying the best of the Texas Hill Country.
Today, Kerrville is a thriving town of 25,000, with amazing outdoor enjoyment possibilities, award-winning culinary options, local events like the Kerrville Folk Festival and Kerrville Festival of the Arts, as well as a vibrant performing and visual art community. You can take in a play, enjoy a winery just minutes away, or take a stroll (or run) on six miles of the Kerrville River Trail, which adjoins our property.
We have 23 cottages and 10 full hook-up RV spots available for rent as well as an event center on-property perfect for family reunions, meetings and any social gathering. The property also has riverside pavilions, fire pits, grills, picnic areas and more! We are pet friendly, centrally located and sit right on the Guadalupe River and the Kerrville River Trail.
Once you’ve enjoyed Kerrville, we’re also in a great location to enjoy other parts of the Hill Country. From River Trail Cottages, numerous day trips are an easy drive, including fall color at Lost Maples, motorcycle rides through the famous Three Sisters west of Kerrville, shopping on the San Antonio Riverwalk, tubing the Comal, Guadalupe, and Frio Rivers, hiking at Enchanted Rock and winery tours in Fredericksburg, and so much more.
Drive times to your next adventure:
Downtown Kerrville: 2 minutes
Museum of Western Art: 4 minutes
Hunt, Texas: 20 minutes
Schreiner University: 2 minutes
DBAT Baseball Complex: 7 minutes
Kerrville Sports Complex: 7 minutes
Fredericksburg: 35 minutes
Comfort: 25 minutes
Lost Maples State Park: 115 minutes
Garner State Park: 120 minutes
Louise Hays Park: 3 minutes