School’s out! Let summer begin!
While temperatures have not yet reached 100 degrees, tubers have already begun to float the wonderfully cool rivers of the Texas Hill Country.
One of the most popular just happens to be located in our backyard!
The Comal River, known for its chilly waters – it holds at 72 degrees year round, has affectionately been dubbed the ‘longest shortest river in the world.’
The Comal is just 2.5 miles long and runs entirely within in the city limits of New Braunfels. Beginning at the famous Landa Park and ending where it diverges with the Guadalupe, this genteel river offers clear water and calm currents.
Because of the steady year round temperatures, scuba divers can be found hunting the river bottom all year long. They are welcomed by a vast array of wildlife that call the Comal home.
The Comal is perfect for a long day of floating under the warm Texas sun, and because the waters are calmer, it’s the perfect activity for tubers of all ages. Families flock to this scenic river all summer long, enjoying the cool water and picnics along the banks.
Heidelberg Lodges is lucky enough to have private access to this amazing part of nature, so when planning your next tubing trip, stay with us – you can enjoy easy access to one of New Braunfels’ top attractions and in the evenings, relax on our deck and listen to the soothing sounds of the river rushing.
Book your stay today, and let the relaxing begin!