Resting on both the Comal and Guadalupe Rivers, is New Braunfels. Defined by these bodies of water as well as lush green city parks, it has become a hot spot for campers in recent years. It is famous for its Schlitterbahn, which acts as a reprieve from hot summer weather by providing locals and visitors a place to swim on the river shores. See what the city does to help wildlife by taking a trip to New Braunfels Conservation Society, where you can also go on the lookout for native animals, or relax on the grass of Landa Park after a light hike. You can even try rockier hiking trails at Fischer Park. When staying here, make sure to choose an eco-friendly cabin. This way, you won’t have to worry about hurting the environment as you camp, but you can also enjoy some home comforts at the same time.