The city of New Braunfels, TX, is a small-town oasis with breathtaking Hill Country views, perfectly situated between the larger metropolitan areas of San Antonio and Austin. The Comal and Guadalupe rivers wind through the town, attracting river-goers from surrounding areas who love to spend lazy days floating, kayaking, or swimming in the cool waters.
The history of New Braunfels is rich and diverse, with several historical sites open to visitors. The downtown square offers several trendy pubs, restaurants, and casual mom-and-pop diners. Spend a day shopping or browsing the many quaint boutiques and antique shops. The square hosts a weekly Farmer's Market, with local vendors providing fresh fruits and veggies, arts and crafts, and other unique wares. Major retailers and restaurant chains are peppered conveniently through the city. At Landa Park, you can enjoy jogging and hiking trails, natural swimming areas, a water park, and a trip on the vintage train for a tour of the park. One of the most popular attractions in New Braunfels is the world-famous original Schlitterbahn waterpark, which provides endless summer fun for the entire family.
Texas State University students will enjoy a quick 20 minute commute to San Marcos, and residents seeking a night on the town can make a quick trip to Austin or San Antonio. The San Antonio International Airport is less than half an hour away.
Comal Independent School District public schools are highly rated, and our younger community members will attend Goodwin Frazier Elementary School, Church Hill Middle School, and Canyon High School.