Canyon Lakeview Resort is a lakefront property encompassing over seven acres directly on the water, with boat ramp access right through the property. The Resort includes several acres of natural terrain inhabited by wildlife, easy access to the water’s edge at the Swim Cove, and The Pointe — Canyon Lake’s newest outdoor lakeside area for special events, such as weddings or casual gatherings such as stargazing. Feeding deer is one of our guests’ favorite pastimes. (And we provide some deer food.) Boulder pits offer unique gathering places for campfire fun overlooking the water.
Canyon Lake Gorge (guided tours): 3-hour guided educational tours only; sign up online or by phone; age and health restrictions may apply
Crane’s Mill Marina (boat and slip rentals): closest Marina to Canyon Lakeview Resort 830.899.7718
Canyon Lake Marina (boat rentals): watercraft rentals 830.935.4333
Dry Comal Creek Vineyards and Winery: wine tastings, live music, soup Saturdays and more 830.885.4076
Watercraft Rentals: ski and pontoon boat rentals 830.964.2556
Canyon Lake Corps of Engineer Parks: great parks around the lake; free year-round hiking and biking trails plus 24-hour lighted fishing piers on both sides of Canyon Lake
Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country: including Dinosaur Tracks (open afternoons)
My Canyon Lake: interesting information about Canyon Lake.
Cedar Ridge Gun Range: About 20 minutes away
Bracken Range: About 25 minutes away
Viking Archery: 830.227.5171 Indoor and outdoor archery activities and store; instruction available
Rio Raft & Resort – Rafting and tubing. Raft and tube on the most popular part of the Guadalupe River between Canyon Lake and New Braunfels!
Guadalupe Canoe Livery – On the ‘upper’ Guadalupe River above Canyon Lake. Different experience than below Canyon Lake. More wilderness.
Guadalupe River Trout Unlimited – In partnership with Texas Parks and Wildlife and local W.O.R.D., GRTU stocks the Guadalupe River below Canyon Dam in several places during December, January and February. Keep an eye on their website for more information.
US Army Corps of Engineers Managed – Canyon Park is closed during fall and winter months. Inside is almost 9 miles of hiking and biking trails, 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! 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.
Schlitterbahn Water Park (20-25 minutes away in New Braunfels)
SeaWorld of Texas and Fiesta Texas (45 minutes- 1 hour away in San Antonio)
The Alamo, Bandera – Cowboy Capital of Texas
Guadalupe River State Park (Fredericksburg, Kerrville, Marble Falls and more within an hour of Canyon Lake)
Other great information is available on the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce website. They have an online Visitor Guide under VISITOR INFORMATION. Pick up free maps and much more local info at the Visitor Center (3934 FM 2673, Canyon Lake, Texas between Sattler and Startzville).