The cool water of our large swimming pool is an inviting place to teach the kids to swim or a relaxing spot to meet your neighboring guests.

For the more adventurous swimmers and tubers, the Blanco River offers both deep swimming holes and shallow rapids. With one-half mile of river front, the resort provides a natural setting for your outdoor activities.

Fishermen find their fun in trying to catch the river perch, brim, bass, carp, and catfish in the Blanco. Almost year-round anglers can be seen in the early morning casting for the “big cat” that got away the day before.

Birdwatchers find numerous sightings from the tiny ruby-throated hummingbirds to the ever-present chickadees, titmice, sparrows, mockingbirds, cardinals, woodpeckers, and the elusive herons and cranes attracted to the river. Nature lovers will see that wild turkey, doves, and roadrunners share 7A land with white-tailed deer, fox, possums, armadillos, rabbits, skunks, and the occasional ring-tailed cat. Ducks and geese on the river eagerly await families who walk down from their cabins to feed them.

Bicyclists and bikers alike find 7A the perfect base to explore the Hill Country with its scenic, hilly roads and quaint small towns.

Active families and groups often challenge each other to volleyball matches on the sand volleyball court, and shooting hoops is a popular pastime on the sports court. Games of horseshoes and washers are ongoing at the cabins or sports court.

Two playgrounds provide safe havens for the little ones. For younger children, the Little Buckaroos Corral has a not-so-tall climbing wall to the slide, swings, two play cabins, and a hopscotch run.. Cowboy Capers has a hanging bar, swings, a merry-go-round for bigger children. Of course, both have Mommy benches. And Pioneer Town offers the best place for having pretend shoot-outs.

Whether pursuing your own special interests or just relaxing, you can always find "something to do" at 7A.

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