Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort is a hidden gem campground where families spend their vacation and snow birders flock when the winter sets in.
Picture 32 acres of tailored, manicured grounds where RVers can roll in and be connected to electricity (30/50amp), water, and sewer, plus complimentary cable TV and internet. There’s a choice of pull-through or back-in gravel sites with a grass strip between the neighbors and trees for shade. A picnic table sits on a concrete pad, and you can use your own fire pit or grill. You can stay all year, enjoying the supreme facilities and peaceful ambiance with modern restrooms, showers, and a laundry. The average daily rate is $59 and $64 for a premium site.
You might prefer to travel light and stay in a tastefully furnished cottage with separate bedroom, bathroom, and a fully equipped kitchen in a range of styles to suit. All feature a veranda and a TV for catching up on your favorite programs. Daily rates for cottages begin at $59 and can be higher for weekend stays.
The indoor swimming pool is bound to impress and ideal for those wanting to do laps or unwind in the warmth of a sauna and spa. You can stay fit in the park gym and get energized playing volleyball, horseshoes, and more. Kids get buzzed on the cool jumping pillow and playground with board games, cupcake decorating, and a playground to keep them entertained. Hill Country RV Park pours on the summer fun!
So can you bring the dog? You sure can, and they’ll love running around in the pooch park that’s fully fenced with fur-baby safety in mind! Outside the RV and dog run, they must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet, and owners are responsible for picking up their waste. Woofers with nice manners are welcome at any time, but they can’t go strolling around the pool area or inside camp buildings, although some cottages are pet-friendly. It’ll cost $25 a night for your pawesome pal to stay, and they must be less than 30 pounds.
The city of New Braunfels is only a 3-mile drive away and home to Landa Park, a delightfully scenic space featuring the elusive Panther Canyon Nature Trail, a wonderful walk through a dry creek bed with tall oaks, guarding the way. The good news is you can hike this trail with your pooch keeping them on-leash and always hydrated.