Amenities

Our mission is to provide a fun, year-round place for folks to gather and make memories. Our spacious and well-appointed rooms are perfect for families whether they want to enjoy peaceful relaxation along the banks of the Comal, or partake in some of the great family-friendly activities around New Braunfels.

Guests of The Other Place Resort will enjoy these features

Amenities-02New Flat Screen TV’s in Every Room
Free Wi-Fi
Horseshoe Pit & Volleyball Court
Playground w/Playscape, Sandbox, Seesaws and Swings
On-site Tube Rentals and Life Jackets
Independent River Shuttle Service
Private Comal River Access & Children’s Wading Pool Enclosure
Tree-Shaded Picnic Areas & BBQ Pits

The Other Place Tube Rental

We offer great rates on daily tube rentals, with private river access and shuttle service. We accept cash, credit cards, or you may charge it to your room. Complimentary life jackets are available upon request.

Standard tube rental: $5 plus tax for a 24-hour rental
Deluxe tube with bottom rental: $8 plus tax for a 24-hour rental

An air compressor is available for those who wish to bring their own tubes.

Tubing Shuttle Service

We offer a shuttle which will take you and your gear to the public New Braunfels Tube Chute, which is located well upstream of The Other Place Resort. You can then enjoy a 1.5-hour float back to the private exit on our property. Actual float time may vary depending on the swiftness of the river current. Please check with the office for shuttle schedule and prices.

General Rules for Tubing on the Comal River in New Braunfels

No glass
No styrofoam containers
No littering
Lifejackets are recommended for weak swimmers and children under eight
No volume drinking devices
No containers under 5 fluid oz.
Noise devices may not be audible beyond 50 feet
No jumping from bridges, dams, or trees
Coolers must have a locking mechanism on the lid (zipper, Velcro, latch, cord)
Vessels on the rivers may not be over 18 feet in length
Limit of two tubes per person on the Comal River
Canoes and kayaks may not use the Last Tubers Exit on the Comal River on weekends and holidays
Round inflatable floatation devices shall not exceed five feet (5′) in diameter

Check out TubeInNewBraunfels.com for the most up-to-date rules.