Spring Break In New Braunfels

Beautiful fields of native Texas wildflowers await you on the highways and backroads as you venture to our historic city. 

Join us in welcoming in the warmer seasons with a splash at Schlitterbahn Waterpark - the nations #1 waterpark, glide down the pristine spring-fed Comal River or take on a more rugged adventure with the Guadalupe River. 

For the kids and kids-at-heart, we are proud to host the Hill Country ComicCon on March 16-17th. Superheroes, comic books, toys, and other ways to embrace your inner nerd can be found at this family-centric event. 

The Gruene Historic District is a uniquely Texan part of New Braunfels. With Texas icons like Gruene Hall, Texas' oldest dance hall, the Gristmill restaurant, where you can dine along the river, and the Gruene General store, where you can find a variety of fun. This district is great any time of day or night! 

Quench your thirst at over 15 local wineries and breweries, or hop on a tour of the Hill Country Craft Breweries. Foodies will love the wide range of restaurants available in the city as well, many offer spring break special menu items to enjoy. 

By now, I bet you can picture your family and friends joining you on this spring break escape. That is great news, as we have many places to fit the whole crew! From waterfront cabins and condos to hotels offering convenience and value, you can forgo the endless Airbnb or VRBO search and book direct here.

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Deep in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, conveniently set astride the IH-35 corridor between San Antonio and Austin, rests beautiful New Braunfels, Texas. Founded in 1845 by German settlers, New Braunfels is overflowing with old world heritage and small town Texas charm. From boundless adventures on our two beautiful rivers to wholesome entertainment at Schlitterbahn Waterpark and Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch & Caverns, the activities and sights are endless. We’re also home to Texas’ oldest bakery, oldest dance hall, and Wurstfest an annual 10-day salute to sausage.