"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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The Lodge

The Lodge at the Dos Rios Division offers our guests no less than first class accommodations during their time with us.  We realize that our guests are coming to Lonesome Coyote Ranch for a variety of reasons but we also know that everyone enjoys deluxe accommodations after a long day.

For your visit to Lonesome Coyote Ranch, you will stay at our 4400 square foot Lodge at the Dos Rios Division, where you will enjoy all the comforts of home, and then some. The Lodge is a Texas style ranch house with vaulted ceilings and large common spaces with plenty of room for our guests.

With 4 separate master suites each with full private baths and televisions, and 3 additional bedrooms with a common large bathroom, the lodge offers plenty of room for your group.   We can actually sleep 14 people with everyone having their own bed.  However, if there are more in your group we have several options to accommodate larger groups, too.

During your down time you might like to take a dip in our full size in-ground pool or on a warmer evening ease up to the outdoor fire pit for an evening of good conversation. Or challenge your friends to a game of 8 ball, air hockey or foosball in the game room.

All meals are prepared and served from our large full service kitchen at breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  There are also snacks and appetizers available from the kitchen. (See menu below)

Overall our lodge is truly top of the line and offers the accommodations you would expect from a premier whitetail ranch in south Texas.

The Menu

When the Lonesome Coyote Ranches are in full swing, you will enjoy prepared meals at breakfast, lunch and dinner:

Snack pack to take with you to the blind may include: a muffin, fruit, or a granola bar.

Typical breakfast served after morning hunts include:

  • Biscuits and Gravy
  • Ham/venison/bacon/sausage
  • Fruit
  • Assorted Casseroles
  • Pancakes
  • Coffee or juice

Afternoon Snacks and beverages served.

Typical lunch selections include:

  • Soup and Sandwich
  • Stromboli’s
  • Chalupas
  • Taco Salad
  • Soup in Bread Bowl
  • Hot roast beef sandwiches
  • Pasta salad

Cocktail hour with appetizers.

Dinner followed after hunt may include:

  • Pot Roast
  • Barbeque brisket
  • Steak
  • Beef Fajitas
  • Lasagna
  • Beef and Cheese enchiladas
  • Crab Boil

Side Dish, bread and homemade dessert included.

Drink choices are water with lemon, ice tea, soft drinks or open bar.