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The Longest Texas Float Trip is Right Here in the Hill Country!

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What’s being called the longest Texas float trip is about to make the top of your spring and summer tubing excursion list! With warmer seasonal temperatures around the corner, tubing season is about to kick into high gear. If you’re a Texan, that means your summer fun list just got a shot in the arm with the ability to float leisurely down a Texas Hill Country river, generally with your friends and family, and quite possibly with drinks in tow! With close to four hours in float time, Landa Falls in New Braunfels is offering an experience that’s longer than traditional tubing companies have been able to muster, and we’re getting our swimsuits ready now!

The tubes in which you float the Landa Falls are offered with and without bottoms. They can be rented for $25 on weekends and $20 on weekdays. Some are even designed to carry your coolers! These rent for an additional $25, although you’re also allowed to bring your own for a fee of $10. Monday-Friday, you can bring your own personal tube for a fee of $10 per person, with the shuttle ride included.

The Longest Texas Float Trip is Right Here in the Hill Country!

Photo: Facebook/Landa Falls Tubing

Situated on the New Braunfels Wurstfest grounds, at 120 Landa St., Landa Falls appears to be a top-tier river tubing destination. It has the added bonus of access to the beautiful river walk at Schlitterbahn! If you float to the exit at Riverbahn, it’ll take approximately 2.5 hours. However, if you’re in it for the long haul, you’ll get an extra hour until you make it to the end. There’s also no additional fee for extra floats—meaning, you can tube as many times as you like! Operating hours are daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., with the last trip starting at 5 p.m. There’s also an air-conditioned shuttle to take tubers back to the Landa Falls grounds, which is complimentary! It operates until the tube times close, ensuring everyone gets a safe ride back. For more details on how to add the Landa Falls Comal River tubing trip to your spring and summer itineraries, visit their website or check out their Facebook page for regular updates!