Dive in to New Braunfels. There might be other places that have as many uses for water as New Braunfels does, but we don’t know any. New Braunfels has Schlitterbahn, a world class water park, and two clear, clean rivers wind through town – the Comal and the Guadalupe – and Canyon Lake is just minutes away.
Slip into your bathing suit and go fishing, rafting, kayaking, skiing, tubing, or swimming. Check out Texas Ski Ranch where you can practice wakeboarding without boat! Jump in to Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort, rated America’s best water park, featuring 65 acres of water slides, tube chutes, three uphill water coasters, a wave pool, inland body boarding, children’s play areas and lots of other ways to keep cool.
Tour lovely Landa Park on a miniature train, view the Comal Springs – the largest springs in Texas. Enjoy the cool wonderful spring fed pool at the park Aquatic Complex.
Summer, fun, and Schlitterbahn! Come play today! Surf the Boogie Bahn, blast up water coasters, float the longest tube chutes anywhere, splash in great kiddie pools, and sip a cold drink in a bubbling hot tub! Visit the best—visit Schlitterbahn in New Braunfels. It doesn’t get any hotter or cooler in the summertime than Schlitterbahn!
There’s too much to do in one day – Stay AND Play! It’s the ultimate Schlitterbahn experience: The Resort at Schlitterbahn, located on the banks of the spring-fed Comal River and surrounding the waterpark in New Braunfels.
The Texas Ski Ranch is a 70-acre action sports paradise that has something for everyone. Spend the day out on the cable lake wakeboarding and waterskiing, hit the skate park, jump around or simply lounge around snacking on the best fish tacos in town.
We have amazing coaches for private lessons, summer camps and an awesome after school program. On top of that our staff is amazing and are here any time to give you pointers and show all there is to know about TSR! TSR is also a great venue to host your next party, meeting or corporate team build. We have plenty of space, a private party room and creative staff to make sure your event runs smoothly and is one-of-a-kind! Not to mention we have the best catering around from Wahoo’s Fish Taco!
While you’re here drop into TSR’s Board Shop to check out the seasons’ latest trends in apparel and find everything you need for the lake scene from sunglasses to waterproof watches, TOMS, bikinis, sunscreen and more. TSR has top of the line wakeboards, wakeskates and skateboards and staff to help you choose exactly what you need.
If you’re on the market for a new boat, check out our newest partner Malibu Boats and Axis Wake! Texas Malibu is the largest exclusive inboard sales and service center in Texas with a location right here at TSR!
Want to relax and watch the action, spend some time up at TSR’s bar and grill, Wahoo’s Fish Taco. With unique flavors of Mexico, Brazil and Asia combined with a Hawaiian north-shore vibe this unique cuisine is sure to please. Whether you’ve worked up an appetite on the lake, or just want to head to the beach after a long day, Wahoo’s is the perfect place to unwind with a cold drink and great food, with some of the best views around.
Spring up in New Braunfels! The Comal River is a beautiful pristine spring-fed natural flowing body of water that has been the pinnacle attraction for New Braunfels for generations. The headwaters spring up from the Edwards Aquifer, flowing through Landa Park, passing Downtown New Braunfels, bordering Schlitterbahn Waterpark and eventually merging with the Guadalupe River.
The Comal River in New Braunfels is one of the shortest navigable waterways in the United States. The water temperature is a steady 70-72 degrees year round, which makes it refreshing in the Texas summer heat and warm enough for a morning swim in the winter months.
One of the most popular things to do on the Comal River in New Braunfels is tube it! It's pretty simple actually, just grab your swimsuit and head to the nearest River Outfitter. For regulations and a travel planner visit www.TubeInNewBraunfels.com
Down along the Guadalupe, In New Braunfels! The Guadalupe River has headwaters near Kerrville, TX where it eventually flows into Canyon Lake, then it is released; creating what most Texans know as the epicenter for summer tubing and year round fishing! Many visitors stay along River Road and enjoy the Guadalupe or "Guad" as the locals call it, from their campsite or cabin.
Water Oriented Recreation District Recommended Recreational Flows:
Up to 500 cfs Recreational
500 - 750 cfs Challenging
750 - 1000 cfs Strenuous
1000 - 3000 cfs Extreme Caution; Tubing Not Recommended
3000+ cfs Dangerous; Guided Rafts Suggested
For regulations and a travel planner visit www.TubeInNewBraunfels.com
Since the water released from Canyon Lake fluctuates it is best to contact one of our many experienced River Outfitters to ensure you have a great time on the water.
Take a virtual float down the Guadalupe River with the Fish Views function on the Water-Oriented Recreation District (WORD) website. Click your way down the pristine river and drink in the scenery without the need for sunscreen! An interactive map traces your route along the entire stretch from the dam at Canyon Lake to the confluence with the Comal River in New Braunfels; all while providing valuable water data and waypoint tags along the way.
The Hill Country Coast is our name for Canyon Lake and the recreational attractions along the Guadalupe river.
Splash - River outfitters are standing by to help you make the most of your tubing adventure.
Stay - Bring your friends and family and stay for the weekend. Or longer!
Savor - Enjoy some of the best bars and restaurants the Texas Hill Country has to offer.
River Road, one of the most scenic roads in Texas, not only provides you with a relaxing view but also many campgrounds & RV Parks, cabins, vacation rental homes, river outfitters, and of course some great year round fishing. Just minutes from New Braunfels, the Historic District of Gruene, Canyon Lake, and Whitewater Amphitheater.
River Road winds its way along the Guadalupe River in New Braunfels to Canyon Lake featuring 4 crossings. River Road is outside of the New Braunfels City Limits and is governed by the Water Oriented Recreation District (WORD). For updated regulations and river data visit their website, or call (830) 907-2300.
The Aquatics Division for the City of New Braunfels encompasses two facilities, the Landa Park Aquatic Complex and the City Tube Chute, as well as numerous aquatic programs to offer diverse recreational opportunities to our residents of all ages and interests.