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Ask three Texans about their favorite Guadalupe River Escapes and you will get three answers that are poles apart.
In a three part series, a couple of us got together to tell you where we think you’ll get the most out of your trip to the river.
Eric Johansen kicks off the series below. Eric swears by the River Inn in Hunt, Texas where you can just sit back and relax or use the Inn as a base to explore Kerrville, Lost Maples and other Texas treasures.
For a more rustic river experience, Mick Mikulenka is a die-hard Waltonia Lodges fan, also on Highway 39 outside of Ingram. Waltonia has been around since 1923 and connects you to an earlier, more simple time spent at the river but with some updates.
In the last of the series, I’ll share a story about camping and tubing on the River Road near New Braunfels many years ago. You need to experience this Texan rite of passage and do the River Road camp/tube thing at least once in your life.
It’s going to be a long summer. Why not try all three? [Read more…]