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New Braunfels

Water play is not the only activity for family fun! 

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Welcome Winter Texans!

Our complex is located along 400 feet of the beautiful Comal River in New Braunfels Texas right next door to Texas Tubes. Landa River Trips is right across the street! Being within walking distance of the downtown square you will be moments away from Naegelins Bakery, the oldest bakery in Texas. You will also find numerous antique and craft stores, gourmet coffee and restaurants


We are a short 3 minute drive to Schlitterbahn Waterpark, Landa Park, Mineature Golf or Public Golf. We are a 15 minute drive to Prime and Tanger Outlet malls in San Marcus.

We are very near fine dining at Myrons Steak House, Huisache Grill, or the Grist Mill Restaurant. Don't forget to stop by McAdoo's Seafood Company in the old Post Office building in downtown New Braunfels.

Texas Tubes is our next door neighbor!

Prince Solms Park is just across the river from the famous tube chute and both are only a 20 minute tube float down the river or a quick drive around the corner!

Other area attractions are Wonder World Park in San Marcus where you can tour Wonder Cave or visit Mystery Mountain & Wildlife Park. You can climb Tejas Observation Tower and actually see the Balcones Fault Line and learn about the earthquake that formed Wonder Cave. Have you ever seen water run uphill? No trip to Wonder World Park would be complete without going through the Anti-Gravity fun house! 

Don't forget to stop by and see the New Braunfels Railroad Museum. The kids will love to climb on the old steam engine and ring the bell. They can climb around in a real caboose and check out a dining car. The museum will even cater your company (or family) meal in the old dining car.

Visiting the New Braunfels Fire Museum you will see how fires were dealt with back in the early 1900's and the equipment they had to work with. You can see a 1886 hose cart and the kerosene torch that a runner would carry in front of the cart at night to light the way to the fire. There are other pumper trucks from 1923, 1931 & 1950. There are buckets from the Bucket Brigade, communication gear & tools. 

McKenna Children's Museum is a learning environment that is bursting with fun where you can see, touch, smell and taste in an atmosphere specially designed to build healthy young minds and wholesome bodies. Learn lots, laugh outloud and let your imagination do the rest!