Staying in San Angelo—
Hotels, B&Bs, RV Parks and Camping

San Angelo is the county seat of Tom Green County, Texas and has a population of approximately 110,000. With all the major chains represented, there are many lovely hotels, restaurants, and stores to be found. San Angelo is  almost in the dead center of Texas. It truly is what the Convention & Visitor’s Bureau advertises, “It’s an Oasis in the Desert…off the beaten path.”

We highly recommend attendees joining our Facebook Group “Cowboy Ways Nowadays” where sharing transportation and / or hotel rooms is possible. It’s more economical and so much more fun! We, the Cowboy Way Jubilee, Oleeta Jean LLC, & Leslei Fisher, personally, claim no liability for this, share at your own risk.


Our Official Cowboy Way Jubilee Hotels provide attendees with special event rates and are listed below. Please call the Hotels DIRECTLY in order to get the group rate — tell them you are with the “Cowboy Way Jubilee.”  All hotels come with high recommendations from the San Angelo Visitors & Conventions Bureau. Please check with each hotel regarding their policy on pets.

Entrance, Red Lion Hotel

The Red Lion Hotel, (325) 658–2828
441 Rio Concho,
San Angelo, TX 76903
Cowboy Way Jubilee Rate: $84/night




Atrium @ Pearl on the Concho Hotel

Pearl on the Concho Historic Hotel, (325) 653-4500
recently remodeled!
333 Rio Concho,
San Angelo, TX 76903
Cowboy Way Jubilee Rate: $79/night




Courtyard by Marriott San Angelo

Due to a Fire, this hotel is not currently available

Courtyard by Marriott, (325) 703–6400
2572 Southwest Blvd.
San Angelo, TX
Cowboy Way Jubilee Rate: $109/night




Pool @ Inn of the Conchos

Inn of the Concho, (325) 658–2811
2021 N. Bryant Blvd.
San Angelo, TX 76903
Cowboy Way Jubilee Rate: $59.95/night




Most National Chains have a presence in San Angelo, so if you have frequent points with a specific one, we’re certain you’ll find them here. Email us at if you have any questions.

Bed & Breakfasts

These fill up FAST! Book NOW!

Concho Christoval River Retreat and B&B

5178 Cralle Rd, Christoval, TX 76935
(214) 533-5556
Concho Christoval River Retreat and B&B is one of the best hidden venues in the area. It is located right next to Christoval Vineyards and also sits on the bank of the spring-fed Concho River in Christoval, Texas.

Flamingo Flatts Inn

204 S Oakes St, San Angelo, TX 76903
(325) 653-0437

This is a wonderful B&B in the heart of historic downtown San Angelo. One block from Eggemeier’s General Store, and two from the river walk area.

Inn at the Art Center

2503 Martin Luther King Blvd, San Angelo, TX 76903
(325) 659-3836
If you like your San Angelo Bed & Breakfast a bit on the unusual side, look no further. In place of Victorian architecture and antiques, you’ll find rooms in what once were chicken coops at the Old Chicken Farm Art Center.  The rooms are themed, built from an the old coop. Outside, relax in a sculpture-laden courtyard or the covered patio.   
Located in Downtown San Angelo, the Firehouse will provide a unique and enjoyable lodging experience where the guest feels at home, comfortable, safe, and welcome. (This is so-o luxurious! We stayed here our first time in San Angelo.)

Pecan Creek Lodge

(325) 653-1688

Pecan Creek Lodge is the perfect place for a group getaway. With a large fire pit, covered porch and great country views, the Lodge is an ideal location for family reunions, celebrations of all types, retreats, weddings and other events.


Camp Grounds & RV Parks

Fort Concho has room for about a dozen DRY DOCK RVs (aka boondocking). There are no dumping facilities, nor hook ups. IF you’re interested in one of these spots, email Leslei, The map below shows where to park on arrival if you are going to dry dock on-site during the Cowboy Way Jubilee. Park in number order as you arrive please. There should be plenty of room on all sides with this layout.


There are so many options, we’re just going to direct to you San Angelo Chamber of Commerce’s website and their suggested Camp Grounds and RV Parks. Here’s the link:–rv-parks

We would like to single out San Angelo State Park Camping. You can download the various information on the park at the chamber of commerce link above, or here’s the park’s website:



Rather than repeat, check out this link:

for information on area ranch rentals.