New Braunfels, Texas is a mid-sized city along the IH-35 corridor–the fastest growing area in Texas. Intelligent growth, and smart planning and development are the hallmarks of this community. Located between the Comal River and the Guadalupe River, there are ample opportunities for water-lovers, in addition to several lakes nearby, so residents can swim, tube, boat, and fish to their hearts’ content. Outdoor adventures abound with Schlitterbahn Waterpark, Natural Bridge Caverns, and the Texas Ski Ranch all within reach. Residents also enjoy access to Landa Park and Fischer Park, as well as many community and neighborhood parks, greenbelts, and trails. The city’s affordable and modern recreation center, Das Rec, keeps people of all ages in shape, physically and mentally, with a long list of activities, classes, and programs. Foodies will have no end to the vast number of choices for dining. From local German food and pubs to the many barbecue restaurants, family-owned establishments and diverse cuisines, bakeries and health-inspired eateries, citizens of New Braunfels only have a hard time choosing where to dine. For lovers of cooking, visiting the award-winning farmers’ market and specialty food shops is an enjoyable way to spend time in the quaint downtown plaza. Established in 1845 by Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels, Germany, this historic city is richly steeped in Germanic culture. Visitors and residents enjoy celebrations such as Wurstfest and Wassailfest. Museums such as the Sophienberg retain the German perspective, but the city is filled with other fascinating repositories, such as McKenna Children’s Museum, New Braunfels Fire Museum, and New Braunfels Museum of Art. A community that celebrates music, residents enjoy live music at Freiheit Country Store, the Brauntex Theater, and venues throughout the city. A visit to the iconic Gruene Hall gives everyone a chance to dance their cares away after shopping and dining in the restored historic area. New Braunfels is a great place to raise a family, and is served by the New Braunfels ISD and Comal ISD, as well as several private institutions. Many residents enjoy a short commute to nearby San Antonio for work or entertainment. There are a wide range of neighborhoods and housing options available throughout New Braunfels, so whether looking for a condo, historic home, modern development, or quiet rural house, the choices are extensive.
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