New Braunfels at a Glance
Moving in New Braunfels
New Braunfels, Texas is all about fun in the sun. This city is often the usual summer destination for Texans all over the state, but over 51,800 residents and counting find plenty of reason to make New Braunfels their home. Whether you’re considering a move to New Braunfels or a move to San Antonio nearby, All My Sons Moving & Storage has the experience and professional movers to make your relocation hassle-free.
One look at all New Braunfels has to offer will lead you to believe that nature intended for this city to be a collection wonders for thousands to enjoy each year. Outside of the city’s twenty-seven beautifully-maintained parks (totally 272 acres), a move to New Braunfels offers close encounters with Texas’s best lakes, rivers and even caves. The Natural Bridge Caverns offer spelunkers of all ages a chance to explore an underground world. In the warm summers, the Comal and Guadalupe Rivers draw crowds of all ages to enjoy a few hours’ float on the relaxing waters, so grab your inner tube and join your neighbors!
Back on land, moving to New Braunfels or San Antonio will put you right in the backyard of the world’s best water park, Schlitterbahn. This sixty-five acre resort is fed by the Guadalupe River, leaving your family free to enjoy a water world without the fear of chemicals like chlorine. Did we mention New Braunfels’ predominant German heritage? You’ll find out soon enough after your move to New Braunfels. Look for the large tents of Wurstfest in November, signaling the beginning of Oktoberfest celebrations in New Braunfels.
It may seem like New Braunfels is all fun and no work, but jobs abound in this city conveniently located off of Highway 35 and just a short commute away from San Antonio. If you’re ready to live it up in a city built for ultimate enjoyment, call your friendly New Braunfels and San Antonio movers of All My Sons Moving & Storage.