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Neighboring Lakes

Lake Placid - Located in Guadalupe County between Lake McQueeney and Meadow Lake. The pond area is 248 acres with a storage capacity of 2,624 acre-feet. Most of the lake is shallow with maximum depths of 30-35 feet near the dam. A public boat ramp is located at Exit 605 off IH-10 on the Seguin side of the river. Boating, water skiing, jet skiing and fishing are allowed.

Lake Placid also offers angling opportunities to include Largemouth Bass, Channel catfish, Crappie, and Sunfish. The lake is home to many native aquatic plants including cattail, pondweeds, American lotus, spatterdock, and rushes.

Lake Dunlap - Located on the northwest border of Guadalupe County near New Braunfels, within an hour's drive of both Austin and San Antonio. This 410-acre lake has a storage capacity of 5,900 acre-feet. Maximum depth near the dam is 40 feet. Boating, water skiing, jet skiing and fishing are allowed. There is free public access boat ramp under IH-35 in New Braunfels.

Canyon Lake - Construction of Canyon Dam on the Guadalupe River Mile 303 began in 1958. It was constructed to serve two purposes - flood control and water conservation. Flood protection is provided to 157,250 acres of land downstream from the dam. The high canyons of the upper Guadalupe have a channel capacity of 40,000-50,000 cubic feet per second.

The channel on the lower Guadalupe River has a capacity of only 13,000-30,000 cubic feet per second; therefore, the lower Guadalupe River Basin had been especially subject to serious flooding. The construction of Canyon Dam on the edge of the Balcones Escarpment has been very effective in protecting the lower Guadalupe River Basin. Canyon Lake is not a constant level lake and boat houses and docks are not allowed on this lake. There are several public boat ramps located around the lake. Boating, water skiing, jet skiing and fishing are allowed.

Meadow Lake - Located in Guadalupe County south of Seguin. The pond area is 153 acres with a storage capacity of 1,550 acre-feet. This small, narrow lake provides less area for skiers and more undisturbed fishing for anglers, including bait chunkers and trotliners. Maximum depth is about 35 feet. Boating, water skiing, jet skiing and fishing are allowed.

Guadalupe River Tubing

Looking for the most beautiful tubing experience on the Guadalupe River? You’ve just found it. The Famous and Beautiful Guadalupe River in Canyon Lake, Texas is a paradise in the middle of the Texas Hill Country. This little slice of paradise is a beautiful place to visit. Discover the Texas Hill Country and the beautiful scenery.

The lower river begins at the outlet of Canyon Lake near New Braunfels. The section between Canyon Lake Dam and New Braunfels is a popular destination for tubing, rafting, kayaking, and canoeing.

You can float the majestic Guadalupe River and soak up the flawless Hill Country sunshine or on clear summer nights, enjoy a camp out and a glimpse of the wondrous display of stars.

You can be floating the beautiful Horseshoe Loop on the Scenic Guadalupe River in New Braunfels, Texas. There you’ll have the option of going on a 1, 2, or 3 hour float!

Schilitterbahn in New Braunfels

Get ready to challenge the world’s longest waterpark ride filled with raging rapids, careening waterfalls and giant waves. Enter the 3,600 foot-long whitewater river at a variety of “no wait” locations including Blastenhoff, Surfenburg and new beach areas surrounding the Rapids hot tub situated at the far end of the Schlitterbahn East property. The Falls is a continuous rushing river that also features a ride up the park’s first AquaVeyerSM (conveyor belt lift hill) back to beginning of the ride allowing for an endless never-ending float." longdesc="Get ready to challenge the world’s longest waterpark ride filled with raging rapids, careening waterfalls and giant waves. Enter the 3,600 foot-long whitewater river at a variety of “no wait” locations including Blastenhoff, Surfenburg and new beach areas surrounding the Rapids hot tub situated at the far end of the Schlitterbahn East property. The Falls is a continuous rushing river that also features a ride up the park’s first AquaVeyerSM (conveyor belt lift hill) back to beginning of the ride allowing for an endless never-ending float.

Gruene Historic District

Arriving in Texas in the mid 1840s, German farmers became the first settlers of what is now known as Gruene, Texas. Ernst Gruene, a German immigrant, and his bride Antoinette, had reached the newly established city of New Braunfels in 1845, but acreage was scarce. Thus, Ernst and his two sons purchased land just down river, and Ernst built the first home in Gruene in early fachwerk style. His second son, Henry D. Gruene, built his home (now Gruene Mansion Inn) and planted his surrounding land with cotton.

Having become the number one cash crop, the cotton business soon brought 20 to 30 families to Henry D.'s lands. Today, Gruene is once again a thriving community, but for decades it was little more than a ghost town. This changed the day that Pat Molak, frustrated with big-city life, wandered into town and began to breathe life back into this piece of Texas history.

Molak purchased Gruene Hall in 1975. A few unavoidable repairs were made to the Hall, but little else was necessary. Left uncorrupted, the 6,000 square-foot, open-air dance hall became a virtual magnet, a starting point for many of Texas' up-and-coming performers, and once again, the heart of Gruene.

With the help of his friend Mary Jane Nalley, he worked to preserve the authentic, turn-of-the-century look and feel of Gruene by purchasing and repairing several of the town's most notable structures and transforming them into thriving businesses. These developments seemed to rekindle the spark of Gruene, and soon the town's familiar charm began to shine again.

San Marcos Premium Outlet Mall in San Marcos

San marcos premium outlets is made up of over 140 individual stores.  Plan on spending a few days here just to learn your way around. Get ready to find impressive savings at stores like Betsey Johnson, Cole Haan, Fendi, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Michael Kors, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Prada, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, Salvatore Ferragamo and more!

Texas Lutheran University in Seguin

Texas Lutheran University students experience a challenging academic environment that sets a path for lifelong learning. Our students engage in high impact educational experiences that include civic engagement, aesthetic expression, critical thinking, and a focus on intercultural and global knowledge in a community that welcomes the interplay of faith and reason.
Founded in 1891, Texas Lutheran resides on 184 scenic acres in Seguin, Texas, near San Antonio and Austin. A diverse student body of approximately 1,400 with classes averaging fewer than 20 students provides a sense of community and an environment where individuality and personal growth are as integral to success as rigorous academics.

Texas Lutheran University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Texas Lutheran University.

ZDT Amusement Park in Seguin

ZDT's Amusement Park was designed with families in mind! Attractions are geared to entertain a wide age-range, from toddlers to teens and everyone in between. Even Mom and Dad can play!

Family owned and operated, ZDT’s, named after our three children- Zac, Danielle, and Tiffany, opened in March 2007 with 5 attractions. Growing by leaps and bounds, 4 years later, ZDT's has over-doubled in size offering 11 attractions!

Don't let the small town location fool you, ZDT's serves up BIG fun and great value! Just buy an Exreme wristband for $19.99 + tax and get UNLIMITED access to ALL attractions!

Morgan's Wonderland Amusement Park in San Antonio

Morgan’s Wonderland, located in San Antonio, Texas, was built in the true spirit of inclusion to provide a place where all ages and abilities can come together and play in a fun and safe environment. Morgan’s Wonderland, the world’s first ultra-accessible family fun park, encompasses 25 acres of rides, attractions and activities for everyone, and all are welcome! Come play with us!Morgan’s Wonderland is the first park of its kind in the world specifically designed for the recreation and enjoyment of individuals with special needs. SOAR envisions Morgan’s Wonderland serving as a model for additional ultra-accessible family fun parks across the nation. In so doing, San Antonio will become known as a national leader in the promotion of family-oriented activity and fun for those of all ages with special needs.

Six Flags-Fiesta Texas in San Antonio

Our major new swing ride will take you skyward, high above the park, with your feet dangling and hair blowing. Towering 200 feet above the ground, SkyScreamer will surpass the height of the park's quarry walls. Grab a friend and sit two across in a swing as you climb to the top of SkyScreamer tower while spinning round and round. At full swing, you'll soar in a 98-foot circle at speeds up to 40 mph.

SkyScreamer will provide a breathtaking, panoramic view towering above Six Flags Fiesta Texas' unique park setting. From the vantage point of these thrilling, open-air swings, you'll have an unusual birds' eye perspective of the San Antonio skyline as you soar to new heights.

By day, you will have an aerial view for miles past the cliff walls and even into downtown. By night, it will be a totally different experience when SkyScreamer lights up the night as its lighted arms whirl high above the park. Experience thrills at new heights when SkyScreamer takes flight in spring 2012.

Sea World in San Anonio

Make time for feeding times: Meal time is the best time to meet some playful Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions, who you can feed by hand at designated times throughout the day. Stop by in the morning to check the day’s schedule, then give yourself some extra time to get a great spot right at the water’s edge.

See what goes on behind-the-scenes: Up-close tours like our Behind the Scenes and Ultimate Seafari Tour times aren’t listed on the park map, so they’re easy to miss. An insider’s tip? Book online ahead of time, or stop by the tour desk just inside the Main Entrance on the right.

Don’t be surprised if you find yourself choked up in the presence of Shamu. Or, your arms covered with goose bumps in 85 degree weather as your hand touches a dolphin. There’s an incredible connection between humans and animals, one we celebrate here every day. Take a few deep breaths and drink in when you feel the connection move through you, and you’ll carry the feeling home with you.

San Antonio Riverwalk

The San Antonio River Walk is a public park, open 365 days a year. It is a network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River, one story beneath approximately 5 miles of downtown San Antonio. Lined by bars, shops and restaurants, the River Walk is an important part of the city's urban fabric and a tourist attraction in its own right.

The River Walk winds and loops under bridges as two parallel sidewalks, lined with restaurants, shops, hotels and more. It connects the major tourist draws from the Alamo to Rivercenter Mall, Arneson River Theatre and La Villita, the San Antonio Museum of Art, and the Pearl Brewery.

The Paseo del Rio Association is a non-profit organization founded in 1968 to promote, protect and preserve the San Antonio River Walk, the number one tourist attraction in Texas. The Association accomplishes this through the production of special events along the River Walk throughout the year and through the publication of Rio Magazine, a monthly visitor magazine. The Association serves as an advocate, facilitator, and moderator among the business, civic, and governmental communities on matters concerning the River Walk.

The Alamo in San Antonio

More than 2.5 million people a year visit the 4.2 acre complex known worldwide as "The Alamo." Most come to see theold mission where a small band of Texans held out for thirteen days against the Centralist army of General Antonio López de Santa Anna. Although the Alamo fell in the early morning hours of March 6, 1836, the death of the Alamo Defenders has come to symbolize courage and sacrifice for the cause of Liberty.

The memories of James Bowie, David Crockett, and William B. Travis are as powerful today as when the Texan Army under Sam Houston shouted "Remember the Alamo!" as it routed Santa Anna at the battle of San Jacinto on April 21, 1836. The Alamo has been managed by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas since 1905. Located on Alamo Plaza in downtown San Antonio, Texas, the Alamo represents nearly 300 years of history.

Three buildings - the Shrine, Long Barrack Museum and Gift Museum - house exhibits on the Texas Revolution and Texas History. Visitors are welcome to stroll through the beautiful Alamo Gardens. Just a short distance from the River Walk, the Alamo is a "must see" for all who come to San Antonio.

Lake Breeze Ski Lodge in McQueeney

On the west bank of the lake sits the Lake Breeze Ski Lodge, a charming members-only club set on several beautiful treed acres. Lake McQueeney has long been known as the Water Ski Capital of Texas. The "Ski Bees" ski club hosts ski shows at the Lodge Thursday evenings all summer and the docks are always packed with people watching the excitement. Members who live in the area can always enjoy a leisurely cruise in their boat over to the day use docks at the club to meet friends for brunch, afternoon drinks or dinner at the outdoor cafe.

San Antonio Missions Baseball

The San Antonio Missions are a minor league baseball team based in San Antonio, Texas. The team, which plays in the Texas League, is the Double-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres major-league club. The Missions play in Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium, located in San Antonio. Opened in 1994, the park seats over 6,200 fans and holds more than 9,000.

The San Antonio Missions' logo features famous local attraction the Alamo, originally a Spanish mission. The team's official mascot is "Ballapeño," a baseballing jalapeño. Initially the team went by the names "Missionaries", "Gentlemen" and "Bronchos" – a Spanish twist on the name "Broncos". During these years, nearly 250 players reached the Major Leagues

San Antonio Zoological Gardens and Aquarium

The San Antonio Zoological Gardens and Aquarium is an Association of Zoos and Aquariums-accredited zoo in San Antonio, Texas, United States. The 56 acre zoo has a collection of over 3500 animals representing 750 species. The zoo's annual attendance exceeds 850,000.

The Richard Friedrich Aquarium received dedication in 1948. The zoo is open 365 days a year! The San Antonio Zoo announces its new garden and visitor’s plaza located across from the Zoo’s main entrance. It replaces the Brackenridge sky ride site.

The new plaza includes beautiful landscaping, paved walkways, rockwork seating areas, lighted poles, and a new flagpole. At the center of the plaza, the San Antonio Zoo’s mission statement is embedded with bronze lettering encircling a world map as its focal point.

Canoe Trails

The historic San Antonio River has long served as the heart of the city. Each year the world-renowned River Walk draws millions of visitors, yet miles of urban river with untapped potential lie beyond downtown and the famed Paseo del Rio. A comprehensive, multi-year project is underway to restore and enhance 13 miles of the San Antonio River both north and south of downtown.

The San Antonio River Improvements Project is a $358.3 million on-going investment by the City of San Antonio, Bexar County, San Antonio River Authority, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the San Antonio River Foundation in flood control, amenities, ecosystem restoration and recreational improvements along 13 miles of the San Antonio River from Hildebrand Avenue south to Loop 410 South. Throughout the project, SARA will provide project and technical management, as well as overall project coordination between the project partners. SARA will also conduct on-going operation and maintenance activities when the project is completed.

Texas Birding Trails

Whether you are a birder, a wildlife enthusiast, or just ready to discover the wildlife Texas has to offer, we have a map that makes it easy for you. These driving trails will direct you to the best spots in the state to observe wildlife such as birds, butterflies, bats or pronghorns.

Texas is the perfect place to view wildlife; the Lone Star State is one of the top birding destinations in the world and is rich in its diverse species of wildlife. Along the trails, you will be captivated by all there is to do and local communities will welcome you with plenty of Texas hospitality.

Texas has not just one, but nine unique locations in the Rio Grande Valley. Each site of the World Birding Center has its own attractions for both the first time visitor and expert birder.

Not one season, but all seasons, as more than 500 bird species make this a not-to-be-missed nature destination.

Palm-fringed resacas… rare thorn forest… riverside woodlands… crashing surf; the nine different sites that make up the World Birding Center together paint a colorful backdrop for birding in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas.


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