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Fossil rim was the home of a bachelor oil man back in the 70s. The Brady's would feel at home in this house! The common areas have not been updated so it is very period. Usually I hate this but since you are in a...More
My 10-year-old son and I did our annual mom/son getaway and stayed at the Lodge and then did the private safari tour in the morning. Lodge is very charming, nice room (we stayed in the one at the top with jacuzzi tub) with nice common...More
We arrived after a long 4 1/2 hour drive from Houston. This place is deep in the country. We pulled in and there was a staff member who greeted us on the porch she introduced herself but was having a conversation on her cell she...More
Went with the boyfriend and we stayed in the Addax tent. The "tents" were really nice and come with two twin beds and a bathroom. The mattresses are not the best but I was able to sleep and no bed is ever like your bed...More
A friend and I visited the Fossil Rim Wildlife Center and enjoyed our stay in the Lodge which was the private home of the original owner of the property. I was in the Parrot Room while she stayed in the AttwaterRoom next door. My king...More
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Response from 2155FossilRim, Public Relations Manager at The Lodge at Fossil RimResponded 20 November 2013
Thanks so much for your kind words! We are SO thrilled to hear that you enjoyed your experience. Be sure to share with your friends and come and visit us again!
There are only 7 tents, and each sleeps two and no more than that. You could possibly do the tents and/or the lodge (very nice!) to accommodate everyone. Don't know pricing, though. Meals were included in the tent package we... More
There are only 7 tents, and each sleeps two and no more than that. You could possibly do the tents and/or the lodge (very nice!) to accommodate everyone. Don't know pricing, though. Meals were included in the tent package we had.