One of the biggest attractions to New Braunfels is the magnificent tubing opportunities on the Comal River and Guadalupe River. With gorgeous views and water that’s always the perfect temperature, this is an experience that can’t be beat. Enjoy a tubing adventure this fall when you book your New Braunfels vacation rental at River City Resorts. We have many home and condo rentals available for you to relax in after a fun day of floating the Comal River and Guadalupe River.

Travelers Worldwide Float the Comal River & Guadalupe River

The Comal River is a beautiful spring-fed river that attracts travelers from all over the world. The headwaters come from Edwards Aquifer in Landa Park. The Comal Rivers’ unique charm comes from its excellent tubing opportunities. Floating down Comal River is a relaxing and thrilling adventure as you float past Downtown New Braunfels, Schlitterbahn Waterpark, and eventually join the Guadalupe River

The difference between the Comal and Guadalupe Rivers is the shorter float and calmer waters. The Comal River also features its iconic tube chute. This concrete water slide near Prince Solms Park is one of the biggest attractions to New Braunfels from March to September. The water temperature in Comal River is simply divine being around 70-72 degrees all year long!

Float Comal River & Guadalupe River in a Courtesy Tube

When you book your stay with River City Resorts, you get a free courtesy tube with your room! You can pick up your free tube for free from our warehouse or pay $5 and have it delivered to your room. We can also add a bottom attachment to your tube for just $10. 

What’s Different About Floating the River in Fall?

Although the most popular times to visit New Braunfels for the Comal and Guadalupe Rivers are in the summer and spring, there are perks to booking your stay in the fall. For one, there are fewer crowds at Comal River and Guadalupe River, so you can float along in tranquility and peace. The weather is also a bit cooler in New Braunfels in the fall than in summer. It will still be warm enough to enjoy a day on the water but at a more comfortable warmth. 

Book your stay today to float the Comal River this fall!