at Canyon Lakeview Resort, Texas

Our beautiful resort is located directly on the shore of Canyon Lake. With over seven acres of beautiful waterfront property there is a nice variety of activities for guests of all ages. The Resort includes several acres of natural terrain inhabited by wildlife, private access to the water’s edge and is next to Comal County Boat Ramp #7. 

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Resort Activities

There’s so much to see and do here!

While at the resort, feeding the deer is one of our guests’ favorite pastimes, and we provide the food. Boulder-lined fire pits offer unique gathering places for a campfire after sunset. Our regulation-size volleyball court and outdoor swimming pool areas are enclosed in a gated, recreation area exclusive for our guests. You will also have private lake access to the Swim Cove. Exclusive seasonal kayak and paddleboard rentals available. There are gas/charcoal grills and picnic tables for your mealtime gatherings.

Water Recreation

Canyon Lakeview Resort is a lake front property situated at the end of a natural peninsula that extends from the west side of the lake, to the center of the lake. Encompassing over seven acres directly on the water, the Resort includes natural terrain inhabited by wildlife. Canyon Lake and the Guadalupe River are known as the “Water Recreation Capital of Texas” and it’s no wonder why – Canyon Lake offers 80 miles of shoreline around pristine clear blue waters for fun year-round. The Guadalupe River’s most popular stretch starts right below Canyon Dam, just 15 minutes away from the Resort. This area welcomes over 1.4 million visitors each year and is continually growing to meet this demand with new restaurants, services, and events.

Fun things-to-do in the

Texas Hill Country

There are many Texas Hill Country destinations that are around an hour’s drive of the Resort, such as, wine tasting in Fredericksburg, seasonal wildflower routes throughout the hill country, unique festivals in Luckenbach and Blanco, plus outlet mall shopping in San Marcos. There are several great music venues like historic Gruene Hall. There is so much to do in the Canyon Lake area!

While at the resort, feeding the deer is one of our guests’ favorite pastimes. Boulder-lined fire pits offer unique gathering places for a campfire after sunset. Our regulation volleyball court and outdoor swimming pool areas are enclosed in a gated, recreation area exclusively for our guests. This spacious activity area is conveniently located next to our Cain Conference Center.

Area Activities

The Canyon Lake area offers 80 miles of shoreline around clear-blue lake waters and many miles of river available for year-round fishing and fun! There are six public parks on the lake and one on the river. Experience nature on hiking trails, horseback riding and bicycling trails all around Canyon Lake. Find tubing, rafting, swimming, and fishing all along the Guadalupe River. The unique gorge tours are located next to Canyon Dam; just minutes away find golfing on the lake. Within an hours’ drive tour caverns, drive through a real wildlife ranch, see drive-in movies, genuine dinosaur tracks museum, wineries, antique shops, and more… there’s so much to see & do here!


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!

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


Nichol’s Landing Paddling Trail – Kayaking on the Guadalupe River.

River Sports Tubes – FM 306 & FM 2673 at the Guad and ‘the horseshoe’

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.

Whitewater Sports – custom trips available; enjoy hill country scenery while tubing down the Guadalupe River.


Just to name a few!


(Just a few of the great ones)

Gennaro’s Trattoria – Authentic Italian Kitchen – (830) 899-2800 – Consistently delicious menu items with delectable daily specials. Reservations recommended. In Startzville, about 5 minutes from Resort

Gristmill River Restaurant & Bar(830) 625-0684 – A True Texas Experience, the Historic Gristmill has been considered one of the most unique dining spots in Texas for nearly half a century.

Richter’s Antler Cafe(830) 885-6328 – Ten minutes from Resort on HWY 46. Great home-style cooking. Famous Chicken Fried Steak and Gulf Shrimp plates. Outdoor patio dining with live music some weekends.

Wildflour Artisan Bakery & Grill(830) 964-2159 _ gourmet breakfast, lunch and some dinners. Sattler.

Lucky’s Sports Bar and Grill(830) 935-3115 – Located in Hancock

There are so many things to do in and around the Canyon Lake area it is impossible to list everything. Feel free to contact us for an email list of additional information.