Frequently Asked Floating Questions
Can I float more than once without paying extra?
Admissions fee allows multiple floats, operating hours can accommodate a maximum of two floats per day.
What are your hours?
Landa Falls opens at 10 a.m. every day. The last float begins at 5p.m., and our shuttles run until 8p.m.
What are the restrictions on disposable containers and cooler sizes?
Yes, you CAN DRINK on the Guadalupe and Comal Rivers (according to state law). And you CAN DRINK whatever you’d like – including, but not limited to, beer, wine, any other alcoholic beverage, juice, water or sports drinks.
All that is required is that you drink alcohol responsibly and that you drink all beverages from a NON-DISPOSABLE container if you’re INSIDE THE CITY LIMITS. There are tons of options for non-disposable containers. The same requirement applies for the food you bring on the river inside the City Limits. Find out the latest Comal River rules at tubeinnewbraunfels.com.
How long is the float?
Floating the Comal River can range anywhere from 2 to 4 hours depending on your pace. Landa Falls is the first accessible entrance to the Comal, guaranteeing the longest float in New Braunfels for your money. The approximate float time to the Garden Street Exit is 2.5 hours, while the approximate float time to the last tubers exit is 3.5 hours. Both exits are served by our complimentary, air-conditioned shuttles.
Where do I get out?
Hop out at either the Garden Street Exit or the last public exit and one of our air-conditioned shuttles will bring you back to the Landa Falls grounds.