Comfort Falls Aviaton Estates
This Can Be Your Waterfall In Your River Park     

Scenes From The River Park

"For the Lord thy God bringeth thee into a good land, a land of brooks of water,
of fountains and depths that spring out of valleys and hills. Deut. 8:7"

River Park Playtime
Family & Friends Gathering
Kayaking In River Park
River Park - Ladies Enjoy Fun In The Sun

Kayaking Is Great Excercise

River Park - Rearranging River Rock
White Water Adventure In River Park
Fun In The Long Falls At River Park
Cousins Spending Time Together At River Park
Ancient Cypress - 22 Feet In Diameter - In River Park
Dog Play In Falls At River Park
River Park At Dusk - BBQ Ready
Guadalupe River On A Cold Morning At Comfort Falls
A Magical Winter Morning At Comfort Falls
Waterfall Detail In River Park
Massive Pecan Trees In River Park
Beautiful River Access In River Park
Down River View To East In River Park

RiverPark (Lot Y)

As you approach Comfort Falls you meander up and down beautiful hills through pastoral settings that define the Texas Hill Country. And it is here your family will discover an awesome adventure! This is not just a creek or a pond, but an amazing private river park along 2,300 exciting feet of the cool, clear, rock-bottom Guadalupe River.

 

This portion of the Guadalupe is shaded by massive cypress trees many measuring over 20 feet in diameter. Leading to the river itself, there are 53 acres of river parkland, including pecan orchard and equine areas. These will be enjoyed and owned by all the residents of Comfort Falls. Huge, bearing native pecans are numerous in the area by the river. This particular stretch of the river also features two distinct sections so your family can choose to follow Peace Trail or Thunder Trail.

 

Following Peace Trail on the west side of the park, you can wade, swim in the deep part or just tube along as the cool water glides on by. You can enjoy fishing in this area too - and talk about a view - on the opposite bank, a massive 100 foot limestone cliff bursting with greenery faces you. This is a stunningly beautiful and serene setting!

 

Thunder Trail defines what you hear and see as you go toward the eastern section of the park. Here a natural waterfall stretches approximately 250 feet down and across the Guadalupe. It has been noted that many people just pull up a chair and watch! But if you desire a bit of adventure bring the kayak or tube and have a real treat!