American Indians used this hill as a vantage point for warfare and hunting. The Apache, and later, the Comanche Indians dominated the area as they hunted along waterways, including nearby Cibolo Creek. The hill was also a prominent landmark for travelers in the 1700s and 1800s. The old Spanish road (one of several routes of El Camino Real or the Royal Road) from San Antonio to Bastrop and Nacogdoches in East Texas extended past the base of the hill. The road followed earlier American Indian travel routes, and today its remnants are known as Nacogdoches Road.
Available Facilities: This scenic park features a vantage point, playground, picnicking areas, and trails for hiking.
A map of Passport and Places to Go locations for National Historic Trails.