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Welcome River inn Guests to Hunt!


We’re glad you’ve come to enjoy Hunt’s scenic Guadalupe River and the amazing Texas Hill Country from River Inn Resort.

The Hunt Store, just a few miles down the road from River Inn, was established in 1946 and is a legendary destination. We’re proud our legacy continues today and hope you’ll stop by for a visit.


Soak up our history with a stroll through our country store and café

Need to stock your villa or grab some river supplies? Check out our full assortment of just about anything you’ll need for your stay in Hunt
  • Feeding a hungry crew is easy with our wide variety of groceries, meal supplies, dairy and eggs, sandwich fixins, and canned goods
  • Enjoy a wide selection of domestic, import, and craft beers; wines from Texas, California, France, Spain and more; as well as tobacco products
  • Let the kids choose from hundreds of snack and candy options, including Texas’ famous Blue Bell ice cream and a variety of frozen treats
  • Check out our live worms and fishing gear, toiletries and medicine, charcoal, and coolers
  • And of course, some country artisan crafts, local and all natural products, and Hunt Store merchandise

Want to Learn More about Hunt?

Read The Hunt Store story and other interesting information about the Hunt community and fun things to do in the area


Don’t want to cook? You’re on vacation!

The best way to enjoy our legendary burger is hot and fresh off the grill, eating on our unique cypress tree plank tables, and enjoying the total Hunt Store experience!

We offer a variety of classic country menu items, including Philly cheesesteak, pizza, chicken sandwiches, tacos, salads, and more. Check out our menu plus we have specials and a variety of Hunt Hearty grab-and-go items, including warm sandwiches, tamales, egg rolls, wraps, chicken strips, and more.

Or call us during Café hours for an order to pick up on your way to your favorite swimming hole.

Did You Know?

The Hunt Store’s Café is affectionately called the “Hunt Rock Café” because it’s literally surrounded by walls made of cedar posts that grew in the hills surrounding Hunt and river stones pulled from the Guadalupe and said to have some mystical healing powers