This is Concan!

A quirky old Texas town known for it's fun-loving people, sunset dance parties and wonderful year-round outdoor activities.

Concan: A small unincorporated community in southwestern portion of the Hill Country of Texas.The town of Concan, located in central Uvalde County on Highway 127 near the intersection of U.S. Highway 83, dates back to 1840. The clear, fast-flowing waters of the Frio River have been attracting tourists here since the 1920’s. Numerous lodgings can be found in this scenic canyon, along with restaurants, shops, and occasional live music. Outfitters along Highways 127 and U.S. Highway 83, and county roads 348 (River Road) and 350, provide tubes and shuttles for a small fee. Additionally, sit-on-top kayaks are now available for rent at several locations. From mid-March through mid-October, the worlds’ second largest Mexican Free-tailed bat population makes its home at the Frio Bat Cave. To witness this breath-taking spectacle you can attend a Sunset Bat Flight Tour.  Also, check out the The Golf Club of Texas – Concan.


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