In New Braunfels at Camp Huaco Springs.
Interested in camping along the Guadalupe? Having Fun in the Texas Sun - Texas Family Travel recommends Camp Hueco Springs: bit.ly/HuecoSprings ... See MoreSee Less
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Leslie McCann and Caitlin Dean came from Houston with their pup, Ilsa, to raft the Guadalupe today! ... See MoreSee Less
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In New Braunfels at Prince Solms Park And The Tube Chute.
"The City Tube Chute in New Braunfels provides a great start to a tubing adventure down the beautiful Comal River."
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After plenty of rain the sun is out and the Guadalupe is open! Both toobing and rafting are open on the Guadalupe, with mild and more adventurous float options available. See you on the water!
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It's American Heroes Week at Schlitterbahn New Braunfels! August 22-28, members of the military, police, firefighters and EMTs are admitted FREE, as a salute to our troops and public safety officers.Tickets for spouses and dependents are available for 50% off the gate price.
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In New Braunfels shared US National Weather Service Austin-San Antonio Texas's photo — in New Braunfels, Texas.
New Braunfels is beautiful, even as the rain clouds roll in. ... See MoreSee Less
Want to know what it looks like outside? Check out this 360 degree photo from our office in New Braunfels! You can see some high clouds to our west but here comes the heavy rain from the east!
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Read about Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch, a 400-acre 'Texas-style African safari," in Texas Highways Magazine: The Official Travel Magazine of Texas!
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Take a step back in time in the Gruene Historic District. ... See MoreSee Less
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Hang Out In New Braunfels
Deep in the heart of the Texas Hill country lies beautiful New Braunfels. Founded in 1845 by German settlers, New Braunfels is overflowing with old world heritage and small town charm. Come visit our city with a Walking Tour, take in our great New Braunfels Museums, Historic Districts in New Braunfels, and Performing Arts in New Braunfels.
Experience a mix of quaint architecture and modern fashion while exploring the shopping scene in downtown New Braunfels, relax in the Gruene Historical District, or join in on any of Greater New Braunfels Activities and exciting events.
When in town, be sure to check out the New Braunfels Visitor Center at 237 IH 35 N for maps, brochures and information on local attractions. They’re open seven days a week, and love to welcome visitors to our great city!
Schlitterbahn Open for the Summer Season – Come explore over seventy acres of shared family fun, thrilling adventure, and relaxation! Schlitterbahn is nestled along the beautiful banks of the Comal River and features world-famous attractions, epic river adventures, kid’s water playgrounds, and beautiful spots to relax and share a picnic. Stay the night at The Resort at Schlitterbahn! Find the perfect River Bend Cabin, Treehaus Suite, Schlitterstein Studio Loft, vacation home or hotel room just steps away from all the fun!
Drive-In Builds Family Memories – Open Year-Round. Showing double-features of the newest movies. Playground for kids and 50s Cafe for Rockin’ Eats! Many incredible people have believed in our vision of a modern, family-friendly drive-in theatre experience. We are forever grateful for the patronage and support. We consider it an honor to help reclaim this unique part of American history and to serve you a better way to watch a movie. Whether you want to load up the family wagon, hang out with friends, or plan a date under the stars, we invite you to enjoy making lasting memories with us. See you at the drive-in!
Hill Country Craft Beer Trail
The Craft Beer Trail takes you on a beautiful journey through the Hill Country, full of river crossings, fields of wildflowers, and steep rolling hills. Trail options range from close-by to as far away as Fredericksburg. You will also have the opportunity to visit some of the Hill Country’s most notable scenic attractions, such as legendary Luckenbach, TX, and the steep hills of the “Devil’s Backbone” on historic – and supposedly haunted – FM32. Once you make your way home to New Braunfels, we suggest an evening at one our three breweries and watching the sun set over the Comal River with a fresh, local beer. Book your trip today!