There is nothing better than a relaxing and fun filled day on the lake! Whether you are looking for something to do on your vacation or a quick “day-cation” getaway, you and your friends and family will love spending a day on the water at Son’s Island, located between New Braunfels and Seguin, TX!
Son’s Island is a beautiful, three and a half acre island paradise! You access this private hideaway by driving across a 100 foot long wooden bridge and once you do you discover a very special place. Large cypress and pecan trees outline the perimeter of our over 4,000 feet of lakefront land.
There are 26 open-air lakeside cabanas on Son’s Island that may be rented by the day. Click here for rates. The cabanas are Hawaiian style huts constructed with actual palm leaves for their roof. Each cabana will hold up to 8 guests comfortably and features: a picnic table, hammock, lounge chairs, BBQ pit, comfortable seating, bar top and stools, water and electricity. Many cabanas have their own personal dock and there is plenty of room to pull up your own boat. The whole island may be rented for either private parties, gatherings or celebrations and is the perfect place for an outdoor wedding, large family reunion, office party or retreat! Call 888-993-6772 for availability and pricing or shoot us an e-mail to: [email protected].
There is soooo much fun to be had at Son’s Island! Swim, Fish, waterslide, rope swing, volleyball, horseshoes and more! There are some really nice swimming areas right off the island as well as a rope swing for the kids or the kids at heart. We also have a large grassy area to play games as well as horseshoe & washer pits. The island is also a great place to just relax, as there is typically a nice cool breeze that comes off the water in the summer & many hammocks located on the property. You may also rent a kayak or paddleboard to keep at your cabana and use during your stay or buy an all day kayak and paddleboard wristband that allows you to use any of our kayaks or paddle boards for the day.
Rent a Cabana and bring your own boat or waverunner, which you may load/dock at any of our numerous docks located on the island. There is a public boat ramp located only one half mile down the lake (where IH-10 crosses over Lake Placid).