Out of the 100 most populated places in the state, New Braunfels was named the 8th most exciting place in Texas. The list considers activities, restaurants and nightlife among other things. See what other cities and towns made the list:
The criteria for the list includes:
- Nightlife per capita (bars, clubs, comedy, etc.)
- Live music venues per capita
- Active life options per capita (parks, outdoor activities, etc.)
- Fast Food restaurants per capita (the fewer the better)
- Percentage of restaurants that are not fast food (the higher the better)
- Percentage of young residents ages 18 to 34 (the higher the better)
Why New Braunfels?
Besides having one of the more interesting names on our list, New Braunfels is also tied with Tyler for 8th place on our top 10 list. It’s smaller than most of our other places, at a comfortable 57,740, but still brings all the excitement in a big way. The place is always tooting its own horn, literally, in it’s No. 3 ranked music venues or at one of the many festivals held year round. It’s also a very active place during the day, and a hopping place at night as it holds fifth place in both those categories.
The events here can be pretty thrilling, besides the Comal County Fair and Rodeo, which includes such fun events as mutton bustin, locals can get their kicks through rafting, kids day events, and more. Because of the city’s german heritage (if you were wondering about that name) they also hold a yearly german-style sausage festival. And yes, we promise it’s the fun kind.
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Another reason that makes New Braunfels exciting? It’s home to Vintage Oaks, a master-planned community with incredible Texas Hill Country views, resort-style amenities and 1- to 14-acre homesites that are ready for purchase. Want an option with a quick turnaround, come tour The Reserve, the first neighborhood in this Texas Hill Country homesite community to offer homes and lots, crafted by two of the foremost builders in the nation.
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