RV Resort & Cottage Vacation Rentals in New Braunfels, Texas
Whether you stay a day, a winter season, or a lifetime, Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort is sure to deliver an experience unlike any other. Located in New Braunfels, Texas, this RV resort boasts over 250 RV sites and more than 100 vacation rentals on 32-acres of gorgeous grounds.
Guests can enjoy an array of amenities that offer something for every age. Take a dip in one of our two swimming pools; relax in the sauna or spa areas; head to the game room to play cards or billiards; or take your little ones for some fun at the playground.
Find fantastic attractions less than 30 minutes away in Gruene and San Antonio, or travel about an hour north to visit the Texas capital of Austin. Our guests frequently visit the State Capitol Building and the famous San Antonio River Walk; they also enjoy live music venues and festivals, plus local caverns and parks. Visit Hill Country today for a vacation experience that has something for everyone.
License# RBI37061 | TX Department of Housing & Community Affairs
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