Labor Day is fast approaching! The summer is winding down and the school year is ramping up. Thoughts of sweaters and football games are on the horizon, but the temperatures in South Texas are still in the triple digits and our Labor Day fun is all about keeping cool. Fortunately, New Braunfels is home to two rivers that are the perfect spots for fun on Labor Day.
The Comal River is spring fed and stays a cool 72 degrees year round, making it the ideal spot to hang out on a hot Labor Day. With areas to camp, play and barbecue along its banks, it’s THE place to be!
The Guadalupe River also flows through New Braunfels and there are countless spots to play in around this river. Whether you prefer to relax in a tube or explore in a kayak, there’s much fun to be had on the Guadalupe.
Just up the road from the Guadalupe River, another favorite spot to spend Labor Day is in Gruene, Texas. Spend a relaxing day perusing the one-of-a-kind local shops, eating delicious food and tasting local wines. One of my favorite not-to-be-missed spots is the oldest dance hall in Texas, Gruene Hall, where you can sip on a cold drink and listen to some of the best live music in South Texas.
Not that we’re bragging, but there’s loads of fun to be had in South Texas for Labor Day. What are you doing for Labor Day this year? Comment or come see us!!