The Treehaus Resort comes with its own lazy river

Voted one of the world's best waterparks, 17 years in a row.

The Tree Haus Resort in New Braunfels, TX is one of America's most unique lodgings. Along with your stay you'll get access to one of the world's best waterparks, the Schlitterbahn Waterpark. It's basically over 70 acres of awesome. Located along the the Comal River, there's pretty much something for everyone. From lazy river tubing to crazy waterslide action.


Up to 12 people can fit in the treehouse units, whcih have three bedrooms and two baths. The Schlitterbahn family cabin is also located in an ideal place right next to the falls, and overlooks the river. Oh, if you stay in one of the treehouse cabins you also get "extended access" to the waterpark. 


The Comal River is a spring-fed river and is the perfect starting point for all your river adventures. 


But, seriously....this lazy river....


Arguably, the most badass part of the Tree Haus Resort is the six-story tall, 1,000 feet long Master Blaster waterslide. 

"This ride has been voted the best water ride in the United States time and time again! Selected as the best water ride in the nation again and again, Master Blaster combines the up and down thrills of a roller coaster with the unique experience of being propelled by jets of water. Riders ascend to the top of the Blastenhoff Tower where they find two-passenger inflatable boats waiting for them. Once in position on the launch platform, they are sent down a three-story plunge, then back up three stories and into a twisting tunnel. Riders get a brief glimpse of the tower they just left before dropping once again. Master Blaster continues its course, figure-eighting around the tower, blasting uphill and down before entering the climatic pretzel-shaped downward spiral. Master Blaster is non-stop action! Master Blaster uses patented technology first developed for Schlitterbahn by our sister company, NBGS International, Inc., a worldwide leader in innovative water ride technology." - Schlitterbahn 


If you can't make it this summer, don't worry, the resort is opened year-round. There are heated pools, a sand volleyball court, horseshoe activites, ladderball, hiking, fishing, picnic areas and BBQ pits. 


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