Top of the Hill RV Park is perched on the top of hill in one of the prettiest parts of the Texas Hill Country. As such, almost all of the sites have magnificent panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The terrain is tiered so each row of sites has a view. Some of the sites have concrete pads and the rest are packed gravel. Most of the sites are fairly spacious and have some trees for shade.
Top of the Hill is a very clean and well maintained park and the staff is friendly and service oriented. The park is conveniently located to a number of fun things to see and do and has very easy access to the I-10 freeway.
Top of the Hill RV Resort are 103 full hookup sites including 35 spacious pull-throughs sites, 6 sites with concrete pads, and 9 platinum luxury sites. All of the sites have 20/30/50 amp service, sewer, free cable TV, and a very strong free Wi-Fi connection. The platinum sites include the best views, large picnic tables, solar walk lights, and enhanced landscaping.
If you don't have an RV, don't panic - you can stay in one of the 4 cozy log cabins or two duplexes, all of which sleep 4 to 6 people. The cabins are equipped with air conditioning, heat, ceiling fan, king size wrought-iron bed, loft with queen size bed, bathroom with shower, microwave, refrigerator, and a TV with satellite. Better yet, there is a porch with a fabulous view for you to sip some coffee and watch the sunrise or enjoy a cold drink and appetizer as you watch an incredible sunset.
Some of the other amenities at Top of the Hill include:
The Clubhouse is a historic restored ranch house with comfortable living room with a TV, game room, computer stations with Internet service, and full kitchen. Better yet, there are wrap-around decks with rockers and shade trees which makes for an excellent place to socialize, relax, and enjoy the views.
Adjacent to the clubhouse is an indoor pavilion with a full kitchen that is excellent for meetings, reunions, or socializing. Top of the Hill frequently sponsors events and activities (like pot luck dinners, ice cream socials, bingo, breakfast, and more)for your enjoyment in the clubhouse and pavilion.
We enjoying staying at Top of the Hill RV Resort because it is centrally located to a number of fun things to see and do. We like to golf at Tapatio Springs which has 27 holes of fabulous golf, shop the quaint shops at Boerne or Comfort, and eat at Po Po restaurant. Just down the street from Top of the Hill RV Resort is Nelson City Party Barn which is a very fun place to drink, dance or listen to some great live bands, and party with a lively crowd.
In addition to great views, good sites, and a friendly staff, Top of the Hill is the place to stay if you want to explore the area. Here is a list of things to see and do that are within 60 minutes of the park:
You should also check out Texas Outside's Bavarian Hill Country Guide for more information on some nearby places to explore. If you like to golf, you have plenty of choices and you can easily find a course by zooming in on the area of interest on this Texas Outside Golf Map.
Texas Outside uses a tough rating scale and it’s difficult for a campground to get a “10”. Each park is rated on: