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This was the first time we have tubed. We chose this company based on the pictures from their website and being the longest float on the Comal. The company's website was informative on what could and could not be brought on the river. The rules...More
The Landa Falls offers the longest tubing route on the Comal River. Tubes were nice! I would suggest bringing your own tether cords to tie the tubes together if you wish. The only disappointment was no restrooms. The only the they offered were 4 port-a-potties...More
We went the day after July 4th. It was easy to find, heading west, business on the right and parking right across the street up a tiny hill distinguished with flags and signage. We parked right at the entrance and crossed a busy intersection that...More
Nice facility. Ease of getting tubes is great. They are the longest float point. You get your tube and literally walk right in. Price was great with the option of multiple floats. Free parking and shuttle back. Be aware of disposable item ban currently in...More
This is simply the best place to tube on the Comal. Our group has used them for 4 years. It’s the longest float, and the cheapest. As of now, it’s $10 to use your own tube, and $20 to rent theirs. Many other locations (Texas...More
The park and the river were clean and so much fun. I had ridden this tubing spot about 40 years ago and had forgotten about the shoots. What a great surprise. Even on a busy day our group of 6 was able to stay together...More
Oh my Goodness 👹this was a horrible experience from start to end. They don’t tell until you get there all the things you can’t bring. Like anything disposable. No water bottles paper towels, zip lock bags. Nothing so if you want any of these thing...More
Landa Falls is a great tube outfitter on the Comal River. Their parking is free and the process to rent was very efficient. They have a wide, easy entry area into the river and say they have the “longest float”. They have much nicer shuttles...More
I took my 12 and 9 yr old this summer. There are lifeguards at this spot for extra safety. My 9 yr old is not a confident swimmer, so I had her get a life jacket and wear it during the shoots. You can tie tubes together... More
I took my 12 and 9 yr old this summer. There are lifeguards at this spot for extra safety. My 9 yr old is not a confident swimmer, so I had her get a life jacket and wear it during the shoots. You can tie tubes together, however I have noticed when you do this, you can get stuck floating around in a circle in the swirling water after the first shoot and you have to work hard to swim/pull yourself out, but again there are life guards that can be of assistance too.
Yes, The river isn't exclusive to the college crowd. Over the past year they have made significant improvements catered to the younger crowd. There are certain times throughout the year which there are an overabundance of... More
Yes, The river isn't exclusive to the college crowd. Over the past year they have made significant improvements catered to the younger crowd. There are certain times throughout the year which there are an overabundance of young kids goofing off and being loud. For the more senior among us I would suggest the Guadeloupe River due to its more shallow in nature and slower river flow, however there are some trade offs. But I like Landa falls due to its location and ease of access and the consistent water flow and level.