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Comal River, Landa Park, New Braunfels, Texas

The Comal River, stretching for a mere 2.5 miles, ranks as one of the shortest rivers in the United States. Fed by the pristine waters of the Edwards Aquifer, this river eventually merges with the Guadalupe River. However, please note that diving and swimming are strictly prohibited in Landa Lake and the immediate section of the Comal River downstream from the lake. These measures are in place to protect and preserve the endangered species that inhabit the area.

Diving enthusiasts exploring the depths of the Comal River can expect to encounter a diverse array of aquatic life. Some of the prominent species found here include Bass, Bluegill, Rio Grande Cichlid, and Blue Tilapia. Additionally, the river is adorned with native vegetation such as Cabomba, Ludwigia, and Vallisneria, enhancing the natural beauty of the underwater landscape.

If you venture towards Landa Lake, you'll discover a shallow haven adorned with gravel deposits carried by upstream floods from Blieders Creek. Amongst these gravel formations, numerous small springs emerge, often indicated by the presence of bubbles and schools of fish gathering around them. During habitat restoration efforts conducted in 2013, an impressive tally of over 450 springs was identified after the removal of accumulated sediments and gravel. It's worth noting that the freshwater zone in this area is relatively narrow, with the "bad water" boundary located less than a mile away from the renowned Comal Springs.

For divers seeking an awe-inspiring underwater experience, the Comal River offers favorable conditions. With a visibility of approximately 4 meters and a maximum depth of 4 meters, this captivating dive site provides opportunities for divers of various skill levels to explore its hidden treasures. Located in close proximity to Landa Park Drive, Landa Park Estates, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas, 78130, United States, this dive site is a remarkable natural wonder awaiting your discovery.

Last updated: 9 mo. ago - Oct 4, 2023

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