Experience the spirit of comal county

Experience the spirit
of comal county

why we are here

Our Mission

The purpose of W.O.R.D. is to improve the environment and welfare of the district by conserving natural resources, improving public health, promoting water safety, and operating public parks located in the district.

Parks & Recreation

PARKS

THINGS TO DO

TRIP RESOURCES

Business Owners

Pay Taxes

Business owners pay monthly or quarterly taxes online.

Print Tax Return

Business owners print your 2024 W.O.R.D. tax return

Forms & Permits

Multiple outlet forms for business owners and permit holders.

Frequently asked questions from our business owners.

WORD Parks

Canyon Lake &
Guadalupe River

WORD leases two parks on Canyon Lake from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. If you are looking for boat ramps, swim beach, playground, paddling trails or picnic sites on Canyon Lake, then we have a spot for you!

  • Canyon Park
  • Comal Park
Nichol's Landing
Canyon Lake

Water Levels & River Laws

Water Levels & River Laws

Guadalupe River @ Spring Branch

  • Streamflow: 0.00 cfs
  • Gage height: -1.21 ft
USGS

Guadalupe River @ Sattler

  • Streamflow: 73.5 cfs
  • Gage height: 4.36 ft
USGS

Guadalupe River @ New Braunfels

  • Streamflow: 108 cfs
  • Gage height: 1.84 ft
USGS

Canyon Lake - 886.37ft

30

Miles of the Guadalupe River

84

Miles of Canyon Lake Shoreline

8,240

Surface Acres of Canyon Lake

10/10

Rating on the super fun scale!

#STASHYOURTRASH

Anti-Litter Campaign

Nichol's Landing
Nichol's Landing

What if 100,000 people each picked up one piece of litter every day? What would that look like and what would that mean to Canyon Lake and the Guadalupe River.

Every summer at the Guadalupe River, hundreds of thousands of tubers make millions of beautiful memories but leave over 75,000 pounds of trash. Over $500,000 of WORD funds are spent on trash cleanup every year.

The anti-litter campaign works toward a litter-free river, lake, and community by educating individuals and providing opportunities to reduce litter. Each component of our anti-litter campaign is a tool to help fulfill our mission. We hope by encouraging everyone to stash their trash we can Keep Comal County Clean!