Mar 13

Put a Spring in Your Step with Live Music in New Braunfels

You’ve set your clocks forward an hour, so now it’s time to jump into a new adventure. Experience the beauty of the Texas Hill Country at Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort. Stay for the weekend, the week or the month! Catch live music performances every weekend at the Phoenix Saloon.

1Friday, March 20 – 8 Ball Aitken

This Nashville-based musician is a perfect blend of country and blues. Originally from Australia, this singer, songwriter and side guitarist also plays blues, swamp and Americana. His number one hit song “I’m Going to Jail” topped Australian country music charts. Come see what the fuss is about at 9 p.m. Admission is free.

Saturday, March 21 – Laughin’ and Rockin’

Come out for a rock and comedy special and get your boots tapping and yourselves laughing with a performance featuring Jon Stringer, Blair Thompson, Joshua Jay Nieto and Dizorderly Konduct. The performance starts at 7 p.m. and admission is $15, or $10 in advance.

Friday, March 27 – Choctaw Wildfire

This Austin-based three-member band plays piano-led, Americana-style honky-tonk shotgun blues. The band features Charlie Pierce, drummer Lee Potter and bass guitarist Bob Cullen. The trio will be playing at 9 p.m. and admission is free.

Saturday, March 28 – Sam Pace and the Gilded Grit2

This gritty rock and roll band features soul with a powerhouse feel. This band isn’t afraid to get a little weird. Their newest album “Rapture” was released in 2014 with raving reviews. They perform at 9 p.m. and there is no cover.

So come on out to New Braunfels this spring and check out the live music scene. With plenty of local eateries and shopping nearby, you’ll find plenty to do and see. Come home to Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort where you can stay as long as you want with monthly rates.

Stay With Us

Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort offers beautiful cottages and RV sites  a cost-efficient alternative to staying in a hotel. Enjoy close access to New Braunfels’ entertainment, live music, excellent restaurants and Schlitterbahn Water Park. Call 830-625-1919 or visit our website to book your visit.

Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort is managed by Kastleman & Associates Inc., Austin, Texas, Bryan Kastleman, President.

Jan 23

Splash into Spring and Summer Fun

Splash into Spring and Summer Fun

Missing the warmer weather? It’s not too early to plan your spring and summer vacations. New Braunfels is home to the world-renowned Schlitterbahn Water Park. Nearby Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort is the perfect place to rest your legs after walking through the park. Our beautiful cottages and spacious RV sites are packed with amenities to keep you cozy.

Screen Shot 2015-01-23 at 8.48.07 AMSchlitterbahn Water Park spans over 70 acres and is filled with family fun. Come out for a thrilling adventure or a relaxing day. There are attractions for every personality – for those who love adrenaline rushes and those who want to let their troubles float away.

Come see if you’re bold enough to take a ride on the Black Knight – an enclosed water slide that’s full of eerie darkness. Or take a float on the Kristal River – an endless float around the Surfenburg area. With Kiddie Coast, Kinderhaven, Polywog Pond Kiddie Park and several activity pools, Schlitterbahn is the perfect destination for the whole family.

The fun starts on March 7 – 22, 2015 when the park will be open from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. for Blast and Save Days. To view a complete calendar, visit the Schlitterbahn website. Once you’ve had all the splish-splashing you can handle, come relax at Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort!

Stay With Us

Stay cool this spring and summer at Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort. Our beautiful cottages and RV sites are a cost-efficient alternative to staying in a hotel. New Braunfels is a hot spot for entertainment, live music and excellent restaurants. Call 830-625-1919 or visit our website to book your visit.

Hill Country Cottage and RV Resort is managed by Kastleman & Associates Inc., Austin, Texas, Bryan Kastleman, President.