Nestled on the Comal River, this 196 acre park offers glass-bottom boat rides, boat rentals, swimming in an Olympic-sized ... More
Nestled on the Comal River, this 196 acre park offers glass-bottom boat rides, boat rentals, swimming in an Olympic-sized pool or a natural spring-fed pool, miniature golf and regular golf courses, tubing on the Comal, picnicking, a children's playground, and a recreation center which contains a gym, a weight room, and a game room.
Pool is spring fed from the Comal, there is a slide, and play areas for the little ones. Admission is reasonable $3 for kids $4 for adults. You can pack a lunch if you like, not a lot of seating areas, you have to get there early to grab a table or bench. Grounds need some TLC, not a lot of grassy areas, you can bring lawn chairs, which i will do next time. Overall, it still a great place to take your kids to jump in and get cooled off on a hot Texas summer day.
I fell in love with Landa Park. It is gorgeous. We rode the mini train around the park and watched the squirrels and ducks. Everyone waved as we rode pass. We then had icecream and watched the ducks by the mini train station and then we went on a paddle boat ride. The water was incredible. One can see straight to the bottom. As my husband paddled, I slipped off my flip flops and stuck my feet in. I can not put into words how clean the water felt...it was amazing. We did not want to leave and could have spent our entire time in New Braunfels at Landa Park.
This sleepy little wayside recreation respit was a true find.
We like to take rides and this one was worth the gas. And when you arrive take the train for children and adults, fish or go for a swim.
When you find it you'll also locate the Circle of Arts Theater. "Cozy" 5 Stars
A great location for an inexpensive (or free) day out. Landa Park is beautiful and displays the natural scenery of the area very well. There are many great places to take photographs (landscape or portraits); pets on leashes are also welcome. Landa Park also contains covered facilities and barbecue grills for family outings or picnics.
We mainly visited to attend Wurstfest 2007 which was being held at the park. It was a nice little event, but I definitely think it's advertised to be more than what it is.
I would definitely return to Landa Park on my next visit to New Braunfels, but only to Wurstfest if I'm hungry!
Really cute little train specially built for the Park in 1969. Grew from a figure 8 track to a track around and through Landa Park with the new owner, David Schoenvogel, in 1983, who on Oct. 12, 2007, has completed his 25th year of owning and operating the train. Children love it...."big kids" as well as "little kids"...for a "little kids" price. One sees most of the beautiful park from the train and special stops can be made to accommodate needs. Stepstool is provided if the elderly or physically challenged persons need assistance boarding or unloading. The track is one and a half miles long and the ride takes approximately 15 minutes, for just a $2.00 ticket. Concessions are available at the depot and during the main summer season at the pavilion tent usually set up next to 3 large park pavilions in proximity of the dance slab. It's just a "fun thing" for all ages to ride this train. Large and small groups have photo shots with the train and the owner or conductor. I give it an A+. Call ahead as schedule changes occur with the seasons and weather, 625-8285.
This is the most awseome place to get lost in. I live 45 minutes away and have been going to the new braunfels area all of my life. There is so much to do and see. Shopping, swimming, boating,golf, are some of the thing this area has to offer.
This is an awesome park. The nature is wonderful. The spring fed water is gorgeous, crystal clear and beautiful. You can see the fish swimming in the crystal clear water. The ducks and geese are very friendly, able to be hand fed. The squirrels are even hand fed. Something different we saw was a Beaver like animal, with a rat looking long tail. I think they call them Nutrients, not sure of the spelling. This animal also was gentle and hand fed. Everything looks so natural, because it has been kept up that way and not too humanized. A must see for sure! Trees are wonderful. Lots of shade!
seems like when i was a kid. the waters cold but, you get used to it. the kids (4-50yrs.) like the slide. they also like the ropes. I've been taking mine there since they were in the wading pool. they want to come back every year when school is out.
That was the most amazing thing ever. This park offers something for every age.It has age appropriate equipment, train ride, area for swimming or wading, walking or hiking andboat rides. To many things to do or to mention. It's a must see in the New Braunfels area. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This park offers something for every age.
It has age appropriate equipment, train ride, area for swimming or wading, walking or hiking and
boat rides. To many things to do or to mention. It's a must see in the New Braunfels area.
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