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COMAL RIVER - P3

Hinman Island Park

Excerpts From
Splash Across Texas
THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO
SWIMMING IN CENTRAL TEXAS


by Chandra Moira Beal


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Hinman Island Park
Hinman Island Park

COMAL RIVER, page 1
Hinman Island Park

If you want to swim and not tube, this is the place to do it. Hinman Island Park is a quiet stretch between Landa Park and Prince Solms Park. The river is 30 feet wide and 10 feet deep, just right for swimming laps. However, this stretch can get crowded on the weekends. It is free and there is a nice bathhouse.


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