Twenty-one miles northwest of New Braunfels in the hills of western Comal County, was settled by the D. Knibbe family in 1852 and named for a spring that flows into the Guadalupe River. It is part of the San Antonio–New Braunfels metropolitan area. The community voted to incorporate in an election held on November 3, 2015 and Spring Branch officially became a city on November 19, 2015. Guadalupe River State Park is located along the boundary of Comal and Kendall counties. The state acquired the property from private owners in 1974. The park opened in 1983. The clear-flowing waters of the Guadalupe River bisect the park. Ruggedness and scenic beauty characterize this slice of the Texas Hill Country. Spring Branch is home to River Crossing. Built on a masterpiece of land, River Crossing Club gives you the opportunity to bask in the beauty of the Texas Hill Country just north of San Antonio. While it’s true that River Crossing Club is a great golf experience, don’t think the golfer is the only person in the family who would love a Membership. Our Family Activity Center (FAC) has a beautiful resort style pool with a grotto, rock slide, and even a beach entry. The FAC also has a well-equipped weight room, including cardio equipment, and is great for Members of all fitness levels! There is also an aerobic/activity studio where we offer Zumba, Aqua Zumba, Body Sculpting, and Total Body Burn classes, plus other different activity classes throughout the year. The FAC also has a playground with picnic area, beautiful showers and changing rooms, and an outdoor cafe that provides healthy wraps with fruit or a side salad, scrumptious salads, burgers, hot dogs, ice cream,and quenching beverages!