Come one, Come all, and Float the Comal!

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Come one, Come all and have a fun-filled day on the Spring fed, Crystal Clear Waters of the Comal River. Experience the beauty of the Comal River, which maintains a relatively constant water temperature of 72 degrees year round, making it perfect for river tubing, float trips, and swimming. Texas Tubes is located in Texas State, right on the shoreline of the Comal River with their own Private River Entry, providing the easiest and fastest access to the Comal River for fun float trips and experiencing the New Braunfels Tube Chute or (Toob Shoot), simply Comal River Tubing at it's best! The float should take 2-2 1/2 hours.

Tubes with or without bottoms are only $20 each. You may bring your own tube if you wish, but the cost to enter the river is the same. It will also get you a ride back to where we started!

Alcohol is legal on the Comal River! 30qt Coolers per person are now allowed, double the size from last year! Texas Tubes has cooler tubes you can rent, or a you can get a tube to put your own in. You might also look for Groupons to Texas Tubes so you can float for less!
Be sure to download, sign, and bring the PrimeTime waiver you will find on the PrimeTime website under

We will meet at Southpark Meadows at 9:00 and form carpools for the drive down,leaving by 9:15. Riders should chip in $5 for gas. or treat their driver to lunch. Floating works up an appetite, and there are several nice restaurants in the area including the Gristmill in Greune and The Huisachce in New Braunfels (which is air conditioned). Carpools should decide on the way down where they’d like to go for lunch. You can check out the Texas Tubes website for more information and the Virtual Tour of the Comal River at http://www.texastubes.com/tips.htm

HELPFUL TUBING TIPS AND CHECKLIST FOR THE COMAL can

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ARE LEGAL on the Comal River and you can drink while you Tube. The previous "Can Ban" ordinance is back. Disposable containers are illegal on the river and cooler size is restricted to 30 quarts or smaller and 1 cooler per person. Please drink responsibly and do not litter. Don't Mess with Texas!
DO NOT TAKE VALUABLES ON THE RIVER as most items sink and are never found. Leave valuables at home or lock them in your vehicle well hidden. Texas Tubes does not have lockers or storage on property. Do not bring anything from your vehicle that you are not taking on the river with you. The only thing we will hold (as a courtesy) are car keys, and only with the person's picture ID.
LIFE JACKETS are recommended for all children 8 years and under, and for all weak swimmers and non-swimmers. However, non-swimmers that are afraid of the river are discouraged from going on the river all together. Texas Tubes offers free Life Jackets for all of our customers upon request (
DO NOT LITTER! Dispose of all trash properly. Dump all trash in designated receptacles.
GLASS and STYROFOAM ARE ILLEGAL on all Texas rivers/waterways and can be confiscated with possible fines and/or arrest. Yeti and other expensive coolers are not recommended on the river because of their value.
PARK ONLY in designated areas, cars in undesignated areas may be towed. Parking is free at 250 Meusebach St., however when that Parking Lot is full, you will be directed by a parking attendant to one of our satellite parking lots which may have a charge to park.
SUN BLOCK should be applied both BEFORE and DURING your float trips.
Secure Footwear is a MUST! TENNIS SHOES, water shoes or other secure footwear are recommended to protect against cuts, scrapes and bruises while walking to and from your entry/exit points and sharp objects on the rocky river bottom. DO NOT WEAR FLIP FLOPS, they fall off easily and get lost in the river.
A CAP, HAT or VISOR and SUNGLASSES will help shield your face, eyes and head from the sun.
DRINK PLENTY OF WATER before and during your float to stay hydrated. Alcohol does not hydrate, but water does.