A Weekend Getaway To New Braunfels Might Be A Good Idea This Fall


 New Braunfels, Texas--Summer is over, schools are in session and cooler weather invites us all to get away from the hustle and bustle and chill out. In New Braunfels, Texas, the heart of the Texas Hill Country, the temperature ranges from a high of 90 in September to highs of 82 in October and 72 in November. New Braunfelsis perfect for enjoying the Texas Hill Country's outdoor fun and some great Fall events:
Fall Events in New Braunfels:
  • Comal County Fair & Parade – The biggest county fair in Central Texas!
    • BBQ Cook Off, PRCA Rodeo, Home Brew Contest
    • Washer Pitching, Carnival, Antique Farm Tractor/Implement Show,
    • Tanya Tucker & Gary GlennDoug StoneRick Trevino
  • Gruene Music & Wine Festival – Taste some wonderful Texas Hill Country wines and enjoy some great music!
    • Michael Martin Murphey
    • Aaron Watson
    • Hal Ketchum
    • Craft Beer Event
  • Texas Clay Festival – Featuring top Texas potters and artists with demonstrations from the pottery wheel to hand building to raku firing.
  • Dia De Los Muertos Festival – Celebrating Hispanic culture with an ofrenda, the ritual alter honoring lost loved ones, kids activities, live entertainment, food trucks, arts & crafts, face painters, vendors, shopping, contests and more.
Texas Wineries and Craft Breweries
For more outdoor fun the Texas Hill Country wineries offer their harvest wines and the Texas Hill Country Craft Beer Trail serve up some tasty brews. Both offer a variety of events and special offerings.
In New Braunfels you can enjoy five of the Texas Hill Country Craft Beer Trail breweries:
  • Faust Brewing Company
  • New Braunfels Brewing Company*
  • Guadalupe Brewing Company
  • Rugged Man Brewing
  • 5 Stones Artisan Brewery*
*Recently rated among the Top 25 craft breweries in Texas!
There are 53 unique and visually stunning wineries scattered throughout the Texas Hill Country and you can enjoy two of the top rated wineries in New Braunfels:
Rivers, Caves and a Cable Lake
  • The RiversNew Braunfels is best known for summer fun in the rivers – the Comal River and the Guadalupe River. But tubing in September is peaceful and romantic and later in the fall canoeing, kayaking and fishing there can't be beat. 
  • Caving
    Natural Bridge Caverns offers the chance to explore with Adventure Tours that let you taste the excitement of discovering a cave. And there is a challenging four-story obstacle course and a spectacular zip line to ride down over the Texas Hill Country. 
  • Wakeboard/Waterski/Snowboard/Skateboard/Stand Up PaddleboardTexas Ski Ranch (TSR) is a 70-acre action sports paradise. Ranked as one of the top wakeboarding and cable park facilities in the world, where you can learn to ski and wakeboard or snowboard, skateboard or stand up paddleboard.