Aquatic Complex Opens for Summer
Landa Park Aquatic Complex, 360 Aquatic Circle in New Braunfels, opens weekends in May through June 6, when summer season begins.
Coach E.E. “Bud” Dallmann Olympic Pool
This 25-yard x 50-meter pool is named in honor of the Landa Park Dolphins Head Coach for over 50 years, Bud Dallmann. The pool depth varies between 4 and 7ft deep with dedicated lap lanes available during open hours. The Landa Park Dolphins Swim Team calls this pool home and hosts the TAAF Regional Meet annually. Access to this pool is possible by a four-foot-wide step entry and a handicap lift.
This historic body of water — 1.5 million gallons — is fed by the Comal Springs and stays a constant 72 degrees year round. Built in the early 1900s, it is one of the oldest and most historic bathing pools in Texas. This pool varies in depth from 0- to nine-feet-deep and features a shallow end with mushroom fountain and 10-foot-tall water slide. The deep end boasts an overhead cargo net for climbing, a rope swing, and a two-stories-tall Wet Willie slide.
Enjoy this Go Pro video of the rope swing.
The pool varies in depth from 0- to 2.5-feet-deep and is an ideal body of water children five and under. It features a five-foot-tall slide and a mushroom fountain.
Showers and changing rooms are available. If the sun’s too strong, rent an umbrella!
Bring your own food, beverages, lawn chairs and coolers — but no alcohol or glass containers. Smoking is prohibited.
Other Landa Park Amenities
Not a swimmer? Enjoy a picnic lunch in the park, let the kids enjoy lots of playground equipment, take a paddle boat ride around the lake and a train ride around the park. Food and refreshments available, at reasonable prices.