The Comal River, only two-and-a-half miles long, rises from a number of large springs in the northwestern part of New Braunfels in Comal County and flows southeast into the Guadalupe River. The name Comal comes from a Spanish word for a flat earthenware pan used to cook maize cakes. The numerous small, flat islands in the river reminded early Spaniards of the pans.
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