New Braunfels and Gruene Texas area specialist
Deep in the heart of the Texas Hill Country rests beautiful Gruene and New Braunfels.
Tour our Historic city of Gruene. Gruene itself has been added to the National Register of Historic Places, and many of the buildings that were rescued have been awarded a Texas medallion from the Texas Historical Commission. It has also been recognized by the Texas travel industry as a premiere attraction for visitors, which is no surprise to its merchants and guests.
Even with the remarkable growth of this once sleepy little town, the main focus of Gruene is, and continues to be, bona fide Texas.
New Braunfels was founded in 1845 by German settlers, and still today boasts the old world German town charm. New Braunfels is very proud of our may great museums, historic districts, and performing arts all with a walking tour.
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. Jump in to Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort, rated America's best water park, featuring 65acres 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.
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