The Comal River is a beautiful pristine spring-fed natural flowing body of water that has been the pinnacle attraction for New Braunfels for generations. The headwaters spring up from the Edwards Aquifer, flowing through Landa Park, passing Downtown New Braunfels, bordering Schlitterbahn Waterpark and eventually merging with the Guadalupe River.
The Comal River in New Braunfels is one of the shortest navigable waterways in the United States. The water temperature is a steady 70-72 degrees year round, which makes it refreshing in the Texas summer heat and warm enough for a morning swim in the winter months.
One of the most popular things to do on the Comal River in New Braunfels is tube it! It's pretty simple actually, just grab your swimsuit and head to the nearest River Outfitter. For regulations and a travel planner visit www.TubeInNewBraunfels.com
Seeking a less drenched approach? Then take a stroll through Landa Park and try your hand at paddle boating or canoeing.