PLEASE EMAIL FOR UPDATED AVAILABILITY AS CALENDAR IS NOT CURRENT ON THIS SITE! Heavenly View is a single story Canyon Lake vacation home, The living room, dining area, and kitchen, offering a truly amazing view of the lake, the Master suite has an inviting King size bed, its own balcony, large walk-in closet and luxurious bathroom with large shower. There is also over 400 square feet of balconies with plenty of seating to enjoy the panoramic lake view off the Living Room. Heavenly View has been giving captivating views of the lake and hill country from the Living Room, Kitchen and Dining area for years.
Located in a small community and close to two boat ramps, a small grocery store, and nearby New Braunfels, this home has plenty of space for friends and family gatherings. Deer and other wildlife are abundant and can be seen in the neighborhood at all hours of the day. Located about fifteen minutes from Heavenly View is the nearby town of New Braunfels, which is famous for it's many festivals, Schlitterbahn, Guadalupe and Comal Rivers, Historic Gruene, and many other various events.
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Q: I just want to rent for one night why can’t I get a quote?
A: We don’t offer one night rentals during the peak season, because it’s typically not beneficial financially for each party. We have two and three night minimums during the summer season.
Q: Why are their extra fees?
A: We have to charge cleaning, deposit, and taxes, and are very upfront about the quotes given. We have done it this way for years, and are required by the state, cities, and counties to pay what are called HOT taxes. A percentage goes to the state, and county, and is beyond our control. Cleaning fees are non-negotiable, and required by our company and owners.
AmZ Getaways formally NBGetaways, has earned a reputation for offering the finest properties in New Braunfels, Canyon Lake, and surrounding areas. We now offer hundreds of Texas Vacation Rental homes, and condominiums throughout the state of Texas. For those who can't stand to leave the family dog behind, many of our rental properties are pet friendly. Perhaps you are interested in a luxurious New Braunfels condo, or maybe you'd like to escape to one of our majestic vacation homes and enjoy an exclusive getaway for your large group. AmZGetaways also offers housing to Winter Texans, Corporations, Executive Rentals, Churches, and Individuals is our passion. Canyon Lake is a popular attraction for it’s deep blue waters, fishing trips, skiing, Sunsets, or just enjoying the laid back atmosphere.Only minutes to New Braunfels, San Antonio, Austin and surrounding cities. New Braunfels and Canyon Lake both offer “toobing”, numerous festivals, and attractions creating an unforgettable experience and memories that will last a lifetime.
Sits conveniently between Austin and San Antonio and just minutes from New Braunfels, Gruene, Bulverde, and Spring Branch. On the rim of the beautiful Texas Hill Country, Canyon Lake has a shoreline of 80 miles. Canyon Lake is known as the Water Recreation Capital of Texas. Canyon Lake has beautiful clear water, a variety of bass, camping and day parks, hiking trails, and lots of room for recreation. 22 boat ramps provide easy access. Canyon Lake welcomes the Upper Guadalupe River from the west while the Canyon Lake Dam provides a controlled release of cool waters into the Lower Guadalupe River, temperate enough to sustain rainbow trout life throughout the summer. Canyon Lake is a unique community among rolling hills in the midst of lake and river waters. Day trips to heritage-rich central Texas towns, such as Fredericksburg, Kerrville, Johnson City and Bandera, make us a top location for lodging. Water activities are abundant. The cedar and oak woods are saturated with wildlife. Neighborhoods are shared with pet-like deer. It’s calming and natural. Photographers will be exhilarated. Enjoy local hangouts and concerts on the river. Take a helicopter ride for a bird’s eye view. Canyon Lake is a center for recreation in the area. The Corps of Engineers built and maintains eight park areas around the lake for camping, swimming, boating and picnicking. Comal County also provides several boat ramps for access to the lake. Hike, bike and equestrian trails are available, as is limited hunting. Bank fishing is available in all park areas, and a 24 hour fishing dock can be found in Cranes Mill Park on the south side of the lake.
Largemouth bass anglers are most successful on Canyon Lake during the spring, fall, and winter months. Bass fishing in summer on this highland reservoir can be difficult even for the most experienced anglers. Topwater baits such as buzzbaits, Zara Spooks, and Pop-R's are popular in the early morning and evening hours. On cloudy days consistent topwater action can occur all day. Crankbaits are also very popular fished along main-lake points, rocky shorelines, and flooded timber. Popular soft plastic baits include worms, spider grubs, grubs, and soft-jerkbaits. Try spinning gear and light line (6-10 lb.) in main-lake clear water situations. For white and striped bass in the summer and early fall, look for schooling activity around main-lake points and humps. These fish can be caught using topwater baits, jigging spoons, grubs, and rattletraps. Popular techniques for striped bass are trolling with in-line spinners and crankbaits and vertically jigging white bucktail jigs. Live bait presentations for both striped and white bass are popular at all times of the year. White bass spawning migrations occur from February through April. During these months, white and striped bass can be concentrated in the river portion of the reservoir. Anglers catch them using small in-line spinners, small jigs, jigging spoons, small crankbaits, and live bait presentations. Catfish anglers can find channel, blue, and flathead catfish throughout the reservoir. Channel catfish dominate the fishery. Stinkbait and cutbait work well for channel and blue catfish, while live bait is preferred for flathead catfish. The most consistent catches come from the upper third of the reservoir. Trotlining is very popular for flathead catfish.