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A note regarding COVID-19

Due to suggested National and State restrictions over the spread of Coronavirus, most events have been cancelled, attractions, restaurants, bars, hotels and venues around the state have been temporarily closed or offering restricted hours. Please make sure to check the website, social media and or call ahead to the venue you are interested in visiting, to confirm that they are open.

Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce
Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce
3934 FM 2673
Canyon Lake, TX 78133
info@canyonlakechamber.com
800-528-2104
www.canyonlakechamber.com/

Attractions in the Canyon Lake Area

Located an hour north of San Antonio, the Canyon Lake Area is deservedly known as the Water Recreation Capital of Texas for a good reason. Surrounded by lush oaks and sloping hills, the lake is an amazing place to go for a summer swim, cast a fishing line, or rent a boat to enjoy some time on the water. Although it’s a main point of interest, the lake is just one of many attractions in Canyon Lake. From an outdoor music venue on the Guadalupe River to a stunning golf course near the lake’s shoreline, you’ll find plenty of ways to have a great time here. Discover the possibilities below.


Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre
Set in a beautifully restored 1940’s movie theater, the Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre presents concerts, musicals, recitals, and more from October through May. A preview of upcoming shows and ticket purchases are available on the venue’s website.
290 West San Antonio Street
New Braunfels, TX 78130
(830) 627-0808


Canyon Lake
Made up of more than 8,300 acres of pristine blue water, Canyon Lake is a spectacular place to get away. Soak up the sun on a sandy swimming beach, rent a pontoon boat or jet ski, or explore the lake’s secluded areas by kayak or paddleboard. The lake also has excellent catfish and white and striped bass fishing, so make sure to bring your bait and tackle box.
Canyon Lake, TX 78133


Canyon Lake Gorge
Created from a major flood in the summer of 2002, Canyon Lake Gorge is a geological wonder. Marvel at 110-million-year-old dinosaur tracks, take in a stunning lagoon surrounded by layers of limestone from the cretaceous period, and watch cascading waterfalls. You’ll need to schedule a tour before visiting, which you can do on the gorge’s website.
16029 South Access Road
Canyon Lake, TX 78133
(830) 964-5424


Canyon Overlook Park
Located at the dam on Canyon Lake’s eastern shoreline, Canyon Overlook Park serves up one of the best views of the lake. Hike the park’s 0.6-mile trail that takes you to the water’s edge, a journey on which you might see an abundance of birds and wildlife.
601 Coe Road
Canyon Lake, TX 78133


Centex Wing – Commemorative Air Force (CAF)
Take flight in an authentic B-25 from World War II and get an up-close look at vintage aircraft from that era at the Central Texas Wing of the Commemorative Air Force in San Marcos. Stroll through the hangar and you’ll encounter such aircraft as a P-39Q Bell Airacobra and a BT-13 Valiant. After regarding the aircraft, step into the museum that showcases World War II artifacts and uniforms.
1841 Airport Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666
(512) 396-1943


Lakeside Golf Club
The bucolic charm of the 18-hole course at Lakeside Golf Club in Canyon Lake belies how much it will test your long and short game. Throughout the course, verdant hilly fairways flanked by oak trees and water and sand traps force you to plan each shot carefully, all while not being distracted by gorgeous lake views along the way.
405 Watts Lane
Canyon Lake, TX 78133
(830) 899-3301


Natural Bridge Caverns
Head underground to discover one of Texas’ most spectacular show caves: Natural Bridge Caverns. Choose from one of several guided tours, ranging from the 75-minute Discover Tour to the up to four-hour Adventure Tour, a physically demanding journey that takes you to undeveloped areas of the cave.
26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Road
San Antonio, TX 78266
(210) 651-6101


The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country
For a comprehensive journey through the Hill Country’s history, head to The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country. Home to more than 350 preserved dinosaur tracks, the museum presents many aspects of the region’s past through its exhibits of ancient Native American art, vintage items from the 1800’s through the 1950’s, and antique farm equipment that shows how the first settlers tamed the land.
4831 F.M. 2673
Canyon Lake, TX 78133
(830) 899-4542


Whitewater Amphitheater
Situated at a bend in the Guadalupe River just east of Canyon Lake, the Whitewater Amphitheater is an outdoor venue that showcases the talents of some of the top bands around. Past performers include Pat Green, Sublime, Leon Bridges, the Josh Abbott Band, and Willie Nelson.
11860 F.M. 306
New Braunfels, TX 78132
(830) 964-3800

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Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce
Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce
3934 FM 2673
Canyon Lake, TX 78133
800-528-2104
www.canyonlakechamber.com/

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