Parks of Comal County
Comal County works to help preserve our natural Texas Hill Country and provide safe places for the public to reconnect with nature by working with members of the community who wish to donate lands for just such a purpose. Over the past few years, two plots of hill country land have been donated to the County, and have since been constructed to provide the public with nature trails and natural habitats.
These parks join the County’s other two long-standing sports parks which provide opportunities for the residents of Comal County to play several recreational sports such as football, baseball, softball, soccer and tennis.
The land for these two sports parks has been acquired by Comal County, but the land at each of these parks is leased to various entities. To find out more information about the programs offered by these entities, please visit the links below for Jumbo Evans Sports Park and Hidden Valley Sports Park.
GIS Parks Story Map
Our story map will allow you to read a description of each park, view multimedia content, interact with the trail map, get directions and download a PDF trail map.View Parks Story Map
Jumbo Evans Sports Park
Jumbo Evans Sports Park is located on Jumbo Evans Boulevard, just off of US Hwy 281, between Spring Branch Road and Rebecca Creek Road.
Hidden Valley Sports Park
Hidden Valley Sports Park is comprised of land leased by Comal County from the US Army Corps of Engineers. It is located off of South Access Road near the Canyon Lake Dam.
Curry Nature Center
The James C. Curry Nature Center was donated by James C. Curry to Comal County on December 26, 2013. It is just over 52 acres and features a ¾-mile hiking loop with a significant elevation change.
Kleck Park was donated by the Helena Kleck Vivian Living Trust to Comal County on March 6, 2014 with just over 43.5 acres and features three looped walking trails for a total of just over 1 mile of trails.