Comal River Rules & Tubing Information

The Comal River provides a tubing or kayaking experience unlike any other! Your experience on the Comal River starts with Landa Falls on the Wurstfest grounds. Compared to the Guadalupe River, the Comal River is known for its shorter float, calmer waters, and of course the famous tube chute! This giant concrete waterslide lies just downriver from Prince Solms Park and is one of the biggest attractions in New Braunfels from March to September.

The Comal River in New Braunfels is the shortest river in Texas and one of the shortest navigable waterways in the United States. At just 2.5 miles, the river is entirely within the city limits of New Braunfels. The water temperature is a steady 70-72 degrees year-round. The Comal river water is refreshing in the Texas summer heat and warm enough for a morning swim in winter.

Everyone must be able to swim
6 years of age and older for entire property
NO PETS

COMAL RIVER RULES

  • No disposable containers.
  • No glass.
  • No foam containers.
  • No littering.
  • Lifejackets are recommended for weak swimmers and children under eight.
  • No volume drinking devices.
  • No containers under 5 fluid oz.
  • Noise devices must not be audible beyond 50 feet.
  • No jumping from bridges, dams, or trees into the Comal River.
  • Coolers must have a clasp on the lid with a maximum size of 30 quarts and 1 cooler per person.
  • Vessels on the Comal River may not be over 18 feet in length.
  • Limit of two tubes per person.
  • Canoes and kayaks may not use the Last Tubers Exit on the Comal River on weekends and holidays.
  • Round inflatable tubes cannot be bigger than five feet (5′) in diameter.

496 Google Reviews

“Absolutely incredible experience at Landa Falls! From the moment we arrived, we were blown away by the stunning natural beauty surrounding the area. The staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful, making sure we had everything we needed for a fantastic day of tubing.”
“Absolutely incredible experience at Landa Falls! From the moment we arrived, we were blown away by the stunning natural beauty surrounding the area. The staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful, making sure we had everything we needed for a fantastic day of tubing.”
Oliver Phillip

Located at Wurstfest

Landa Falls river outfitter is located on the banks of the Comal River at the world famous Wurstfest grounds in scenic New Braunfels, Texas. No matter where you hang your hat, enjoy free parking, bring your own tube, stay all day. We have tubes, coolers and personal flotation devices available for rent. A deposit is required for rented equipment, but fully refunded when equipment is returned undamaged. Life vests are available with each rental at no charge. A free, air-conditioned shuttle brings you and your tube back to the grounds after your relaxing float. And if you are up to it and time permits, you can float again at no additional cost! Landa Falls offers an affordable,  first-class New Braunfels tubing experience, look no further! Come join us at 120 Landa Street, New Braunfels, Tx 78130.

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