San Marcos Tubing

Guadalupe River ~ by marticagle

Guadalupe River ~ by marticagle


When the summers get Texas hot, head south from Plum Creek to relax on the Guadalupe River. And at a mere 9 miles drive, you can be in the water faster than it takes to order pizza. It’s a closer, less touristy, New Braunfels tubing experience.


  1. You sit a tube differently than you usually do outside, so make sure to get some sunscreen on the insides of your legs, they tend to burn much faster than usual.
  2. If you plan to eat or drink on the river, check the local rules before going. In general the Guadalupe is less strict than the Comal, but it pays to plan ahead.
  3. See if your rental company will bus you back to the start. If you have more than one car, it helps to leave one at the end to bus people back.


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