Beach season is still alive and well along the sandy banks of Canyon Lake, a particularly gorgeous section of the meandering Guadalupe River.
When folks aren’t fly fishing, devouring BBQ, or swaying to live country, it’s impossible not to feel the allure of a medal-winning New Braunfels winery.
The river itself is often regarded as one of the finest trout streams in the U.S. In recent years, several reputable Guadalupe River fly fishing guides have opened shop in or near the city, much to the delight of visiting anglers.
It doesn’t take much of an effort to stumble upon a classic New Braunfels BBQ joint as the city boasts nearly two dozen establishments, many of which lay claim to boasting the “best BBQ in town.”
The area is widely known for its teeny drive-thrus, delectable baked goods, and the glory that is the Gruene Coffee Haus. Perhaps no Texas community is more equipped to satisfy the caffeinated needs of its citizens and visitors than picturesque Comal County, thanks to these three New Braunfels coffee shops.
Visitors and locals can go tubing in New Braunfels, Texas, on both rivers, which means you’ll have options. The float down the Comal River takes around three hours at the most.