Property at a Glance: Geronimo Creek Retreat
Tipis and cabins dot the wooded grounds of Geronimo Creek Retreat, but you won’t be roughing it here. There’s an outdoor hot tub, and most of the units are equipped with full kitchens. A creek runs along the property, complete with a rope swing. As a guest, you’ll have access to kayaking, paddleboards, and more.
- Pecan trees shade a babbling creek where you can cast out a line for fish.
- Go glamping: You can stay in a tipi equipped with a kitchenette or cozy up in a loft in an old-fashioned log cabin.
- Game on: Play ping-pong or darts in the rec room, which also has a big-screen TV and a hot tub.
- Paddle the Geronimo Creek: Kayaks and paddleboards are available for guests to use, free of charge on site.
- Tube the Guadalupe River or Comal Rivers, just a 15-minute drive from the property. Excellent tubing can be found in New Braunfels.
- Nearby shopping: San Marcos Premium Outlets is just a 20-minute drive away.
Seguin, Texas: Historic Pecan Town near New Braunfels
Seguin has more than earned its nickname as the Pecan Capital of Texas. It has a pecan orchard, a pecan-nutcracker museum, an annual pecan festival, and a half-ton sculpture of a pecan that’s believed to be the biggest in the world. The small town on the banks of the Guadalupe River also has a charming downtown lined with Victorian-era houses and boutiques. Spend a day on the banks of Lake Placid in your personal Cabana at Sons Island or take the kids for a fun-filled evening at the ZDTs amusement park.
Geronimo Creek Retreat is less than a fifteen-minute drive from all the live music and entertainment in New Braunfels. Catch a live concert and dance the night away at Gruene Dance Hall, take part in some local German fun at Krause’s Biergarten & Café. To explore nature, take a canoe down the Guadalupe River or hike the otherworldly Natural Bridge Caverns.