Activities in New Braunfels

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The certified marksmen of Bullseye Shooting Sports teach the fundamentals of safety and accuracy to pupils of all ages. In addition to offering courses in range safety, NRA-certified instructors teach students how to responsibly fire pistols, rifles, and shotguns. Fletched projectiles are the subjects of private archery lessons, held on the facility’s open-air range, as well as at kids’ backyard archery parties. USA Archery–certified coaches tote portable ranges and the requisite equipment to shindigs, instructing up to 20 kids, adults, or terrified bull's-eyes in marksmanship.

169 Autumn Chase
New Braunfels,
TX
US

For 25 years, Landa River Trips’ inner tube floats have made average people amphibious. Customers arrive at the onsite river entrance and free parking lot seven days a week to grab an inner tube with or without a bottom. Some also include a cooler for stowing beverages, provided they don't include glass, styrofoam, or antimatter. Then they walk down to the beginning of the Comal River, recline in the buoyant tubes, and enjoy a leisurely float down spring-fed waters. After customers have had their fill of conversation and refreshment, a shuttle returns them to the dry land of the parking lot.

187 Meusebach Street
New Braunfels,
TX
US

Chuck's Tubes' team sends their customers on laid-back journeys down the Comal River's tree-lined waterways. Their inflatable vessels?which can also accommodate coolers and nonrobotic dogs?float down the river as it winds through the city of New Braunfels. Once tubers reach the end of their journey, a shuttle ferries them back to the launch point for another trip down the river. At Chuck's Tubes' headquarters, staff members help visitors understand maps of the Comal River and that tubes don't actually taste like donuts.

493 N Market St.
New Braunfels,
TX
US

A buoyant fleet of inflatable rafts and tubes drifts lazily down two sprawling rivers populated with exciting rapids and falls. During 1.5- to 5-hour treks, guests can traverse the Comal or Guadalupe River in an inner tube, relax with a partner in a two-seater raft, or host a regulation poker game with friends inside a raft that holds up to six. Trip durations and age cutoffs may change on a daily basis depending on current river flow.

193 S Liberty Ave
New Braunfels,
TX
US

Lazing in a giant, inflated red tube with handles and a cup holder, clients of Comal River Toobs can enjoy leisurely floats down the meandering river?floating with beers and sodas if they like. Onsite parking is offered in addition to a shuttle service, which is included in tube rental, that ensures that floaters can get back to their cars at the end of their float. Guests may also host a riverside picnic at one of the designated areas.

444 East San Antonio Street
New Braunfels,
TX
US

Within the McKenna Children's Museum, the laughter of parents and children bounces through the corridors of hands-on educational exhibits. The ever-changing features and activities foster creativity in youngsters while stimulating their interest in science, health, and nature. In a realistic grocery store, shelves full of goods let kids practice nutritional shopping and arguing over the expiration dates of coupons. Further along, the Destination Space exhibit hosts a simulated space shuttle where children can take the helm of important-looking controls. Outside the museum, a colorful maze snakes up a 30-foot climbing structure, and cushy blue building pieces are scattered across the outdoor playground.

A large gift shop packs shelves with interactive toys. A fresh salad bar stretches across the dining room of the onsite bistro, complementing a menu of healthy snacks that fuel wee ones for their day of play and night of blackmailing the boogeyman.

801 W San Antonio St.
New Braunfels,
TX
US

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