This Inverness at New Braunfels timeshare has just come on the market for sale at a terrific price! This 2 bedroom timeshare is available every year and is a deeded week 38 – priced to sell fast at $6,250.
This timeshare resort is located right on the Guadalupe River and less than one mile from Schlitterbahn Waterpark!
Here’s a little about Schlitterbahn (my favorite waterpark in the world!):
Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort in New Braunfels originally opened in 1979 with four water slides. It is built along the cool spring-fed waters of the Comal River. Bob and Billye Henry purchased 40 acres on the Comal River called Landa Resort in the 1930s. They slowly added the water recreation park that is now known as Schlitterbahn West. In 1991, the Henrys bought another 25-acre piece of property known as Camp Warnecke and transformed it into Schlitterbahn East. The two parts of the park are separated by several city blocks with free parking available at both locations. A free tram runs between the two areas.
Schlitterbahn West, also known as the Original Schlitterbahn, or simply the Old park (to locals), is home to the park’s signature German-inspired tower. This section of the park has a decidedly German theme, paying homage to its German ancestors. The most popular rides in this section are the spring-fed tube chutes like the Raging River Tube Chute, the Hillside Tube Chute, and Whitewater Tube Chute.
Schlitterbahn East is sub-divided into two themed areas; Surfenburg, built in 1991, and Blastenhoff, built in 1996. In 1994, Schlitterbahn opened the first uphill water ride, known as the Dragon Blaster (at the time). Since then, several other uphill water coasters have been added, as well as the Master Blaster and the now removed Family Blaster. The Master Blaster has been voted as the best water ride in the world by several travel publications and was mentioned on the Travel Channel as such. Blastenhoff is home to the large Tower-like structure that houses the Black Knight, Wolf Pack, and the Master Blaster. It is located on a central island that is surrounded by a tidal wave river known as the Torrent.
In addition to these water coasters, the New Braunfels park now boasts over 3 miles of inner tube rides, 7 water playgrounds for children, 17 water slides, 9 tube chutes, and the world’s first surfing machine (Boogie Bahn, which is used by both professionals and casual visitors).
Here’s more about New Braunfels Texas:
The town holds a German-style festival, Wurstfest (“sausage festival”), every November to celebrate the city’s German heritage. Every December the town celebrates wassal fest.
New Braunfels draws a fair amount of tourists from across the state and the nation, particularly because of the cold-spring rivers that run through the city. Many generations of families still return during the summer to tube down the Guadalupe River and Comal River. New Braunfels is the site of the water park, Schlitterbahn WaterPark Resort. Ernest Eikel Skate Park attracts many skate board enthusiasts.