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Close to Kerrville, Hunt, Fredericksburg, your new cabin on Guadalupe River's Texas Scenic Rd, Hwy 39 provides a charming and comfortable stay. Your cabin has 400+ ft of private Guadalupe River frontage for swimming and kayaking. The cabin sleeps two in the bedroom with a double lazyboy couch in the living room. It has a full kitchen with coffee maker, coffee and WiFi. The beautiful One-of-Kind river frontage has a pavilion with hammocks, fire pit and patio with a fire pit perfect for party."
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Stay the night in a brand new, insulated & air-conditioned Luxury Glamping Cabin by the San Marco River! Our Luxury Glamping Cabins are fully furnished & have everything you need to stay comfortable including foam mattress beds, linens & towels, kitchenette comfortable outdoor furniture, hammock, firepit & more! If you want to enjoy the great Texas outdoors without the setup & hassle of tent camping, while having all the creature comforts of home, our Luxury Glamping Cabins are for you!
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Find a place of peace and calmness here at the Mustard Seed Treehouse. Our cozy treehouse was built at the top of the hill overlooking the Wimberly Valley and brings you incredible sunrises to enjoy with your coffee and sunsets to enjoy with a good glass of wine or hot tea. We are just a 5 min walk from the Blanco River and River Road and a 3 min drive to the Wimberley Square. The house is well stocked with your kitchen essentials and bath goodies to soak the day away.
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All About Guadalupe River
Running from Kerr County, Texas, to San Antonio Bay on the Gulf of Mexico, the Guadalupe River is a popular destination for travelers looking for a bit of adventure, or just a fun way to cool off from the Texas heat. One of the most beautiful natural features in the state, the 230-mile river runs along banks lined with limestone and pecan and bald cypress trees, and straight through charming towns such as Kerrville, New Braunfels, and Gruene. People come for the scenic hiking and fishing, but by far the most popular way to enjoy the region is tubing on the Guadalupe River.
For a more adventurous way to spend a day, you can hire a canoe or try your hand at rafting. When the sun goes down, there are many places to head out for a taste of Tex-Mex or some of the state’s famous barbecue and catch some live music. The area is also home to plenty of cabins on the river to keep you close to the action.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Guadalupe River?
The Guadalupe River is a popular destination from spring through fall. Between March and September, expect the Texas heat to be at its fiercest. This can also make summer the ideal time to take advantage of river activities such as tubing and canoeing. The fall generally brings temperate weather, and the striking ochre and orange foliage in Guadalupe River State Park is an impressive sight. One thing to note is that the Texas weather can change dramatically. Thunderstorms or a particularly dry spell could limit the activities that are available at Guadalupe River, so paying attention to any weather advisories is a must. FolkFest in New Braunfels takes place in late April every year to celebrate the city’s German heritage with live music, traditional dishes, and historical reenactments.
What are the top things to do in Guadalupe River?
Tubing the river
Southern Texas is famous for its extreme summer heat, and one way to beat it is to spend a lazy day tubing the Guadalupe River. There are plenty of launch points and rental companies along the river that offer shuttle services back to where you started. Float times vary depending on river levels, and children under five will not be permitted to ride in most conditions. Most tubing rental companies operate between March and September.
The Guadalupe River is one of the nation’s hotspots for fly fishing all year round. Every winter, thousands of rainbow trout are released into the river, attracting fishermen from all over the country. Get the lowdown on the best spots from a local outfitter, who can also hook you up with all the right equipment.
Located in New Braunfels, Gruene Hall is the oldest continually operating dancehall in Texas. Since 1975, it has hosted countless celebrities and up-and-coming musicians who come here to cut their teeth or try out new material. Take a break from the Texas Two-Step to check out the photos on the walls celebrating some of the venue’s most famous guests, which include many of the biggest names in country music.