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The Hill Country Memorial Gardens office is located on the cemetery grounds and is open Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or by appointment. The office is closed over the lunch hour. Scheduling an appointment is encouraged so that we can give you our complete attention and so that there is not a conflict with another client or a service that has been scheduled.



Finding Your Way Within the Cemetery


Once you arrive at the cemetery, we can provide you with a map or you can download the map from the website to guide your way through the five different gardens that are available or to a specific section that you would like to visit. A detailed map of each garden in the cemetary is available at the office and we can use this map to determine exactly what spaces are available for purchase in the different areas.



While at Hill Country Memorial Gardens


Visitors are welcome every day of the year during the hours when the cemetery gates are open. Hill Country Memorial Gardens is a privately owned and family operated cemetery. We ask that visitors respect the privacy and dignity of our lot owners, the families and friends of persons buried here and those who are attending burial services at the covered pavilion.


Please observe the posted 10-mph speed limit and drive only on roads. Please do not get on the grass. It hurts the grass and can break water lines. Visitors may park on cemetery roads so long as there is room for another vehicle to pass or there is parking available in the lot by the office. Vehicles larger than a 12-passenger van are not permitted inside the cemetery. Only licensed and insured drivers may drive in the cemetery. Any driver who causes any damage to any monument or cemetery property as a result of their driving or parking will be held liable for those damages.


The following activities are permitted, but visitors engaged in these activities may not, under any circumstances, interfere with services at the cemetery. Please afford families and mourners the same privacy and respect that you would wish for yourself.

  • Well-behaved, non-aggressive dogs may accompany their owners to Hill Country Memorial Gardens, provided they are on a leash under the control of a responsible adult at all times. Dog owners are expected to clean up waste and remove it from the cemetery and to carry supplies for that purpose.
  • Photography for private (not commercial) use is permitted so long as it does not interfere with the quiet enjoyment of the cemetery by other visitors or with services that are in process. Photography of burials is permitted only with the express, written permission of the person authorizing the burial.Such permission should be made known to the Hill Country Memorial Garden office staff in advance of the burial. Photography for commercial use is prohibited.

No public restroom facilities are available in the cemetery. The restroom in the office is available during office hours.


Children under 16 years of age are permitted to visit the cemetery only when accompanied by a responsible adult.


Sitting, standing or climbing on monuments and tombstones is strictly prohibited.


The following are NOT permitted in the cemetery:

  • Firearms
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Roller skates, roller blades, and skateboards
  • Horseback riding
  • Off-road vehicles
  • Any vehicle noisy enough to interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of other visitors
  • Glass containers
  • Solicitations of any kind

These rules for visiting Hill Country Memorial Gardens are established under the authority of the Texas Health & Safety Code, Subtitle C, §711.009 and §711.031. The rules are subject to change at any time without notice, at the sole discretion of management of Hill Country Memorial Gardens. Changes will be implemented as needed to protect the privacy and dignity of the owners of cemetery property, their family and friends and to protect and maintain the beauty of the cemetery grounds.