Last updated June 24
The Headwaters at the Comal staff is monitoring the evolving Covid-19 situation. Our priority is the health and safety of our staff, volunteers, and visitors.
We are open for small, pre-scheduled groups to walk the grounds, explore, or sit and enjoy nature in our open air pavilion.
- Visitors are required to register online in advance. No walk-up visitors will be permitted entry.
- Registration is limited to 5 people per time slot.
- Everyone in your party must be registered, including any small children.
- You must arrive within your 30 minute time slot, but you can stay on the property up to one hour.
- If you are unable to attend during your registered time, please let us know by calling 830-608-8937 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online registration will close 2 hours before the event begins.
What to Expect
- Before your arrival you will receive an email with documents including a self-guided tour, scavenger hunt, and family games. If you would like to use these during your visit, please print them before your arrival or plan to use them on your mobile device as print copies will not be available.
- Please enter through the gate on Klingemann Street and park in the designated visitor spots.
- Check in with Headwaters staff upon arrival and follow any given instructions.
- All indoor facilities are closed including restrooms, please plan accordingly.
- Please bring your own water. Our water fountains are currently inaccessible.
- There are no trash or recycling receptacles available at this time. Please leave no trace by packing any trash or food in and out.
In case of inclement weather, you will be notified of any closings by Headwaters staff and your visit rescheduled or refunded.
- If you are feeling sick or have a fever, please stay home. We would be happy to reschedule your visit.
- While visiting, please maintain 6 feet of distance from any staff, volunteers, or other visitors.
- Face masks are required for all visitors over the age of 10.
- Limit Touch! There are plenty of things to see, hear, read, and smell without touching.
- Please wash or sanitize your hands before arriving.
- Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
- Always stay to the right on trails so people can safely pass each other.
- While visiting, be aware of your surroundings. Keep an eye out for trip hazards, wildlife (including ants), and low hanging branches.
Dogs are welcome, but must be on leash at all times. Please clean up any waste.
The safety of our staff, volunteers, and visitors is our number one priority. Updates to federal, state, or local guidelines and recommendations may change our ability to follow this plan. If we find guests are not following appropriate social distancing or safety guidelines, we may be forced to close again.
To learn more about upcoming dates & times, please visit our Programs page.
We are able to offer these important resources with the support of our members and donors.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.