Hillcrest RV Park


Description

The beauty of the 161,508 acres of the Sam Houston Forest surrounds Hillcrest RV Park and adds to the many existing recreational amenities that are available for visitors to the resort. You’ll want to walk along the Lone Star Hiking Trail and visit the Double Lake Recreation Area or Big Creek Scenic Area in the Forest for a beautiful view of what Mother Nature has to offer in southeastern Texas. Those wanting to shop will enjoy visiting nearby Cold Spring to browse through the quaint shops, look for antiques, and visit the local museums.

Address:
5260 Highway 150 West, Pumpkin
New Waverly, Texas 77358
United States
phone:
view phone(936) 767-4101
website:
Visit Website

Good to know
  1. Features
  1. Open Year round
  2. High-Use Seasonal Period: December, January through March
  3. Sites: 31 Full / 10 Dry
  4. Check in: Noon Check out: 11 AM
  5. Maximum Electrical: 30/50 amps
  6. Maximum RV Length: No limit

Additional Information

AOR: Yes

ACN: No

RVA: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Year-round: No

Amenities: This resort has a clubhouse, playground, outdoor pool, hot tub, picnic area, horseshoes, volleyball, badminton, sports field, movies, WiFi, lake fishing (no license required), pond, and hiking trails.

More Info: Conroe offers more hours of shopping in its variety of country western shops, malls, shopping centers, and factory outlet center. Outdoor enthusiasts will want to visit nearby Lakes Livingston and Conroe where water sports of all kinds are available, along with equipment rentals to enjoy them. Huntsville is the ideal place for those interested in the history of the region. Two of Sam Houston’s homes, the 1848 Woodland and his last home, Steamboat House erected in 1848, are located within the Sam Houston Memorial Museum Complex. Mr. Houston’s law office and a museum containing his belongings and artifacts from the Texas Revolution era are also found on the premises. The Alabama-Coushatta Indian culture can be observed first-hand when you visit the oldest Native American settlement in Texas, the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation. The museum features dioramas of their history along with a 20-minute train ride, historical tours, and a visit to the Living Indian Village to see the authentic tribal dances. A vacation in the area would not be complete without traveling the hour’s drive south to Houston. The Astrodomain in Houston is a sports, entertainment and convention complex famous for it’s Astrodome, Astrohall and Astroarena. Across from the Astrodome is the 75-acre Six Flags Astroworld, an amusement park with more than 100 rides for the whole family’s enjoyment.