"Just wanted to say thanks for showing my family an awesome time. The hospitality and service received at the Lonesome Coyote Ranch is second to none. This was our fifth trip to the ranch and it just gets better everytime, you guys are the best! Oh and the kids said the food was perfect every meal." —Mann Daigle
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Directions to Lonesome Coyote

Ranch Address

Lonesome Coyote Ranch
Tilden, TX.

FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS THAT WE SENT TO YOU!!!

From Cotulla Airport:

Take Airport Rd to TX-97
Turn Right on TX-97 and follow to FM-624
Turn Left on FM-624
Proceed Approximately 40 miles on FM-624 to Dos Rios Ranch
Dos Rios Ranch Gate will be on the right.

From San Antonio International Airport:

From Airport Blvd., Turn Right onto S Terminal Dr.
Turn Left onto N US-281 / Mcallister FWY.
Merge onto US-281 S Via Ramp On The Left.
US-281 S Becomes I-37 S. (50.6 miles)
Take the FM-99 exit (38) Toward Whitsett / Karnes City
Turn Right on FM-99 (19.7 miles)
Turn Right on TX-72 (6.6 miles)
Turn Left onto TX-16 at Downtown Tilden
Turn Right onto FM 624 / Fowlerton Rd.
Dos Rios Ranch Gate will be on the left. (10.25 miles)

From Corpus Christi International Airport:

Head South on International Dr.
Turn Left toward Ground Transportation Offices.
Stay Left on International Dr.
Turn Right onto TX-44 E / Agnes St.
Merge onto TX-44 E Via The Ramp On The Left Toward TX-358 / Padre Island
Merge onto TX-358 W / N Padre Island Dr.
Merge onto I-37 N Via Exit on Left Toward San Antonio.(65 miles)
Take Exit 69 toward TX-72 / Three Rivers
Take TX-72 to Tilden
Turn Left onto TX-16 at Downtown Tilden
Turn Right onto FM 624 / Fowlerton Rd.
Dos Rios Ranch Gate will be on the left. (10.25 miles)

The accommodations, hospitality, and of course the deer were second to none. Thank you for your support of the Veteran Outdoors, the Former Texas Ranger Foundation, and for giving Spc. Deven Schei a weekend and a trophy deer he will never forget!
Brad Strittmatter (Veteran Outdoors)
I now truly know the meaning of "southern hospitality". You have a great ranch and run a first class operation.
Steven Lavach
After hunting several ranches throughout South Texas over the last 15 years, I have finally found one that has it all. Fantastic accommodations, food and overall comfort are second to none. The number of quality animals is simply unbelievable.
Bobby Phillips