Canyon Lake Information

We are located on the north side of Canyon Lake in the Hill Country between Austin and San Antonio. We have 25 Cabins and Cottages plus an Event Hall and Wedding Gazebo. Our place is beautifully landscaped with over 5 acres of lawns, huge oak trees, covered picnic and BBQ areas, a playground, in-ground pool and beach volleyball court.

Canyon Lake is known as the Water Recreation Capital of Texas! Canyon Lake offers 80 miles of shoreline around pristine clear blue waters for fun year-round. Although we are not lakefront, we are only 4 minutes by car from Potters Creek Boat Ramp Park and the Fishing Pier. The lake offers six public parks. Hiking trails within are open year-round and free of charge. Horseback riding along Old Hancock Trail, bicycling the trail in Canyon Park, or walking across Canyon Dam allow you to enjoy the lake up close. Enjoy tubing, rafting, swimming, snorkeling, boating, fishing and more. There are over 21 boat ramps on the lake, (one upriver) and two Marinas for renting boats. Ask us for more info on watercraft rentals!

The most popular tubing stretch of the Guadalupe River, called the "horseshoe", begins at Canyon Lake and runs for 17 miles. It is located on FM 306 near Canyon Lake Dam. We are only 10 minutes away from the river and offer a free shuttle to the "horseshoe", provided courtesy of Shanty Tubes. The Guadalupe River Park, with a trail about 2 miles along the river bank, is just below Canyon Dam. It is free and open year round and has great fishing off the banks. It is stocked with Rainbow Trout and downstream is popular for fly-fishing.

Canyon Lake Parks:
Potters Creek Park is the closest to CLCC. It is located on the north shore of Canyon Lake and has a free fishing pier and boat ramp.

Canyon Park is closed during fall and winter months. Opens April 1, 2011. Inside is almost 9 miles of hiking and biking trail is free and open all year! Hancock area.

Overlook Park is located at Canyon Dam; open all year 7am - sunset. Walk across the dam. Great view of area from the top!

Guadalupe River Park is located just below Canyon Dam, free and open all year. The only public trail along the Guadalupe.

Old Hancock Trail is a free trail open all year along Canyon Lake on the north side. About 3.5 miles open to hiking, biking and equestrian - horses! See above - Texas Trail Riding Company.

Comal Park is a day park and is open during the summer only. Great swim beaches, picnic sites, and fossil searching.

Activities include boating, scuba diving, swimming, fishing, tubing, rafting, kayaking, biking, hiking, touring the Canyon Lake Gorge, visiting the Heritage Museum, enjoying Canyon Lake Golf Club, wine tasting, and a variety of restaurants and bars. Whitewater Amphitheater provides live music concerts all summer on the banks of the river. Gruene Hall, Texas’ Oldest Dancehall in historic Gruene, has live music and dancing all year.

Day Trips to nearby attractions:

Canyon Lake Cabins and Cottages is perfectly located for daytime adventures to a wide variety of places. Some are listed below with approximate driving times:

•10 to 15 minutes to the Guadalupe River, Tubing, Canyon Lake Parks, Canyon Lake Gorge, the Heritage Museum
•25 minutes to New Braunfels, Schlitterbahn, Gruene, Wimberley
•30 minutes to San Marcos Outlet Malls, Natural Bridge Caverns, Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch and Safari, Wonderworld Park
•45 minutes to San Antonio Airport
•50 minutes to Fiesta Texas, San Antonio Riverwalk, The Alamo
•1 hr to Austin Bergstrom Airport, downtown Austin
•About 1 ½ hrs to Fredricksberg, SeaWorld, Marble Falls