Just north of San Antonio, the weather in New Braunfels can be described one way in the summer: HOT and HUMID! It isn’t uncommon for temperatures to climb into the 90s or higher during the summer, and when it’s humid it feels even hotter. But it’s not all bad. Many consider this ideal weather for heading down the cool waters of the Comal or Guadalupe Rivers. Summers mean tubing here, and it has made these rivers of Central Texas famous worldwide. The rest of the year offers a temperate climate, which makes it a great year round destination.

The best time to visit to take in the historic sights and sites is the early spring. Rainfall is generally light and the temperatures are mild. The rainy months are September and May, and the fall and spring generally can be a bit on the wet side.