This city park is situated among crystal springs at the head of the Comal River. The park features towering trees, spring-fed swimming pools, tubing, picnicking, boating, bicycling, hiking and golf. The largest springs in the state (more than 8 million gallons an hour) form the state's shortest river—2.5 miles. A miniature train ride winds through the park.
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