Located in the Texas Hill Country, on IH-35 between Austin and San Antonio, New Braunfels, Texas, offers a variety of accommodations from camping to resorts.
My advice for first timers: watch out for the turns, and be prepared to spend more time under the water than on top of it!
Many know this town for the slip and slides of Schlitterbahn, but that’s just one slice of this German town.
A passion for the past mixed with many new adventures await you in a town that will make your day trip truly "das beste." (P. - It's pronounced New BRAUN-FULS) One can’t mention New Braunfels without mentioning the famous Comal River.
Vineyard at Gruene boasts a tasing room, vineyard and landscaped grounds.
Visitors can sample wines, handcrafted using Texas grapes, on the veranda while enjoying the fresh air. At the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, patrons can dine while watching first rate films with the assurance of the highest presentation standards.