Celebrate the 4th at Hill Country RV Resort & Cottage Rentals

Posted on: June 26th, 2013 by admin No Comments

Summer is well underway in the Texas Hill Country and the Fourth of July is right around the corner. Here is what you can enjoy when you come to New Braunfels.

Enjoy family fun at Schlitterbahn, the country’s No. 1 waterpark, with 65 acres of family fun. Float New Braunfels’ clean, beautiful, and popular Guadalupe and Comal rivers. See the largest caverns in Texas at Natural Bridge Caverns and go on a family safari next door at Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch where you can see many wild animals, including twin reticulated giraffes , the second living set born in the U.S. and the ninth in the world. Ride the miniature train in the beautiful walking arboretum, Landa Park.

Enjoy world-class wake boarding at the only Texas lake where you can ski without a boat at Texas Ski Ranch. Continue the fun with boating, parasailing and fishing at Canyon Lake. Be sure to try your hand at world-class fly fishing on the Guadalupe River.

Enjoy our nationally registered Historic District of Gruene, featuring wine tasting, shopping, dining, dancing and B&B’s. There’s plenty of music in New Braunfels. Coming soon to Gruene Hall are Leon Russell on June 28, Todd Rungren’s Official State Visit on June 29, Cory Morrow on July 12 and Radney Foster on July 13.

Visit www.gruenehall.com for more details on these and other upcoming concerts.

Check out the Phoenix Saloon and the Lazy L & L, both in New Braunfels, for their upcoming entertainment. Click here to learn about all the activities coming up in New Braunfels in the coming weeks.

Call (830) 625-1919 now to reserve your spot at Hill Country RV Resort & Cottage Rentals. Keep checking the blog and visit our website for more information about the resort, local attractions, news, events and more.

Hill Country RV Resort & Cottage Rentals is managed by Kastleman & Associates Inc., Bryan Kastleman, President.

 

 

 

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