Fall in New Braunfels
Every year, thousands of visitors flock to this charming oasis, located conveniently between San Antonio and Austin in the stunning Texas Hill Country. Unique shops, quiet cafes, and lively bars line our tree-shaded streets, while several fascinating museums and walking tours help keep New Braunfels' history alive. Our arts scene thrives with galleries, studios, concerts, and plays.
The Guadalupe and Comal Rivers wind through the city of New Braunfels, offering refreshment and recreation for swimmers, boaters, and anglers alike. Cabins, campgrounds, and vineyards dot the hills surrounding our community. Nature enthusiasts and families alike will fall in love with Landa Park, featuring sprawling trails, a miniature train, paddle boats, and beautiful scenery. Canyon Lake is just a short drive away, featuring beautiful blue water and plenty of water recreation, hiking, and more.
Generations of families have made it a fall tradition to enjoy many of New Braunfels' fall events. Enjoy one of the largest County Fairs in Texas, the Dia de Los Muertos festival featuring cultural foods, drinks, arts & crafts, shopping, and live entertainment, take in the fall colors on a drive down River Road, find your new favorite piece of art at the Texas Clay Festival, get spooked on a guided nighttime tour at the 150-year-old Comal Cemetery, or have the wurst time at Wurstfest, a 10-day salute to sausage.
Just up the road, you’ll find historic Gruene (pronounced “Green”), featuring the oldest dance hall in Texas! Whether you’re looking to swim, shop, dance, or dine, make New Braunfels your next vacation getaway.