Crider's Cabins on the Frio River
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Crider's Cabins on the Frio River - Activities and Things to Do
Crider's Cabins on the Frio RiverThe area is so full of things to do, that you will not likely find yourself bored. Early mornings when you are enjoying your coffee is the perfect time to watch the White Tailed Deer grazing near the cabins.

Crider's Cabins on the Frio RiverThen in the evening there is a herd of 40-50 Axis Deer that pass through. The Axis Deer is often considered the most beautiful of the deer family. Both male and female have eye-catching reddish-brown coats marked by white spots arranged in rows along their sides. They have a black stripe down their backs and white bibs on their neck, white inner legs, stomach, and under-tail. The Male heights range as tall as 39.5 inches. The Axis at maturity, weigh as much as 250 pounds. Males have antlers, and darker facial markings with a more "scowling" expression the older they get. Bucks are larger bodied, and have thicker necks and broader chests than the does. Crider's Cabins on the Frio RiverThe female Axis are as tall as 33 inches and weigh up to 150 pounds. Free ranging Axis populations exist in the continental United States, Hawaii, and Australia. In the United States, Texas, by far, has the largest population. The Axis was introduced to Texas in 1932.
Information on the Axis Deer was taken from http://www.venison.com/axis.htm and from http://harriswood.com/

Horseback riding is available 1/2 mile from Crider's Frio River Resort

The famous Garner State Park is 2 miles down the road.

The beautiful Lost Maple State Park is nearby with its beautiful and colorful trees. Get more information at http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/spdest/findadest/parks/lost_maples/ and from
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_Maples_State_Natural_Area. This image was taken from that site.

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