Canyon Lake Camping
The Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake is a major draw to the Canyon Lake, Texas area. The River has floating, canoeing, and fly fishing. Be sure to follow the rules of the rivers and the lake. The city of New Braunfels recently passed an ordinance that doesn’t allow any disposable containers while tubing on the Guadalupe or Comal River within the City Limits. This does not apply to areas such as ours where we are outside of the city limits. On the Guadalupe River outside the city there is no glass or Styrofoam allowed.
Canyon Lake is located just 2 miles from our Canyon Lake Campground and offers an abundance of water recreation such as boating, jet skiing, sailing, fishing, swimming, Scuba diving and more. The Canyon Lake Dam was finished by the U.S Army Corp of Engineers in 1964 and filled the lake to its conservation level by 1968 and plenty of boat ramps. There is hiking, trail riding available in close proximity to the lake.
Jellystone Park™ Hill Country is the best place to go for camping in the Canyon Lake area. Whether you like to go camping or would rather stay in a beautiful cabin. Jellystone Park Hill Country is the Canyon Lake Campground for you
Whitewater Amphitheater is 1 mile from our Canyon Lake Campground and offers live music in the summer with some famous artists such as Willie Nelson and others.
Wimberley Zip Lines is approximately 30 minutes from our Canyon Lake Camping area for those looking for a unique adventure.
The Heritage (Dinosaur) Museum is approximately 5 minutes from Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Hill Country and offers insight to the dinosaurs that roamed the area many years ago.
Canyon Lake Gorge was created in 2002, where there were torrential rains for 3 days that caused water to flow over the Canyon Lake spillway for the first time in history. This event uncovered a trove of treasure, from an exposed fault zone, to dinosaur footprints, fossils, natural springs and fascinating geology.
Now the Canyon Lake Gorge offers educational tours.
Our Canyon Lake Campground is 35 miles to the Alamo, San Antonio River walk, Sea World and Six Flags Fiesta Texas.