Comal county parks

Two out of the 4 County Parks are in Precinct 4. They are Hidden Valley Sports Park and Jumbo Evans Sports Park. Kleck Park, is 43 acres, and located in P2 off Stahl Lane just north of 1863, and James Curry Nature Center, which is 52 acres in Sattler. Each of these parks is leased/subleased from the County by different organizations.

Parks fall under the Comal County Engineer’s Office ( Robert Boyd ( serves as the Parks Director.

Jumbo Evans Sport park

Hidden Valley Sports Park has approximately 75 acres that include a recreation center, 9 soccer fields, 6 baseball fields, 2 football fields, a developing outdoor basketball court and community pavilion, and a developing softball complex for the enjoyment of the citizens of Comal County.

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.

Currently Comal County has subleases with 5 entities:

1.Community Resource and Recreation Center of Canyon Lake

Darin Zumwalt - Executive Director
Main Office: (830) 964-2324
Recreation Facility: (830) 964-3009

2.Canyon Lake Youth Soccer Club
3.Canyon Lake Youth Football
4.Canyon Lake Little League
5.Canyon Lake Girls Softball

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Jumbo Evans Sport park

J.L. “Jumbo” Evans served as a Comal County Commissioner for fifteen years from 1981 through 1996. Commissioner Evans was a retired United States Air Force Colonel, having served 31 years, and was an active resident of Comal County from 1963 to his death in 1999.

Jumbo Evans Sports Park is located on Jumbo Evans Boulevard, just off of US Hwy 281, between Spring Branch Road and Rebecca Creek Road. 

Currently, Comal County has leases with 4 entities:

1. Bulverde Youth Soccer
2.Bulverde Little League
3.Spring Branch Youth Football Association - SBYFA, Inc.
4.Spring Branch Tennis Center

Greg Smith - Facilities Director

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Jumbo Evans Sports Park has approximately 65 acres that include 7 soccer fields, 4 baseball fields, and a developing football and tennis complex for the enjoyment of the citizens of Comal County.

James C. Curry Nature center

1889 Skyline Drive

This 52 acre valley has a beautiful walking trail loop for hiking and biking.  It is open from sunrise to sunset.  No motor vehicles are allowed, and please clean up any pet messes.

James C. Curry Nature Center opened to the public in February of 2015.  The 52 acres just east of Canyon Dam were donated by the Curry family in 2013.

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Organizations Supporting Each Park
Hidden Valley Sports Park
CRRC Rec Center

Darin Zumwalt

Andi Talifarro


The CRRC Rec Center has a large assortment of programs for people ages 2-102!


Canyon Lake Youth Soccer Club

Don Kitzel



The purpose of this organization is to promote, foster, and perpetuate the game of soccer by providing youth with the opportunity to experience the game, learn and develop skills, and participate in a controlled recreational environment. 

We run 2 seasons a year.  Spring season runs from February/March to early May.  Fall season runs from August/September to mid-November.  Our registration form is available on our website for you to download and print. Any questions please feel free to call/email anytime. 

Canyon Lake Hawks Youth Football

Carol Miller



CLHYF is a youth football and cheerleading association serving kids ranging in age from 5 years old (flag) to 12 years old (tackle).   We are a “Heads Up” certified program.  We play in the Mid Tex Youth Football Association. Registration is generally late March-May, and our season begins in August.

We also run a Football/Cheer Camp during the summer for kids ages 5-12.

Canyon Lake Little League

Matt Herzog



CLLL registration is 2nd, 3rd and 4th Saturday in January our spring season starts in April.

Canyon Lake Girls Softball


Darren Barnes



The Canyon Lake Girls Softball Association (CLGSA) is a volunteer organization for young ladies and parents with a desire to participate in the complete softball experience.  Team instruction begins with T-Ball for girls 4-years of age.  Girls age 4-16, with no previous softball experience are encouraged to register and join our recreation league.  We also offer opportunities to develop advanced skills with fundamental instruction based on High School/ Collegiate level methodologies.

Jumbo Evan Sport Park

Spring Branch Youth Football Association

Heath Woods


Erinn Murray

(210) 325-5085



SBYFA is a youth football and cheerleading association serving kids ranging in age from 5 years old (flag) to 12 years old (tackle).   We are a “Heads Up” certified program.  We play in the Mid Tex Youth Football Association.

Bulverde Little League

President – Jay Mathewson his

cell –210-825-8526

Bulverde Little League is a totally volunteer organization that promotes the Little League program in the Bulverde and Spring Branch areas of Comal County and northern Bexar County.

Our purpose is to promote the ideals of Little League Baseball and to help guide children in the development of their moral character, sense of sportsmanship, self-discipline, and self-confidence through participation in team sports. Little League is a program of service to youth. It is geared to provide an outlet of healthful activity and training under good leadership in the atmosphere of wholesome community participation. The movement is dedicated to helping children become good and decent citizens. It inspires them with a goal and enriches their lives toward the day when they must take their places in the world. It establishes the values of teamwork, sportsmanship, and fair play.

We operate a Spring season (Starts in Jan and Ends in June) and Fall Season (Starts in Sept and Ends in Oct)

BSB Youth Soccer Club    

Spring Branch Tennis Association

Erinn Murray


Spring Branch Tennis Association’s Mission is to Educate and Instruct on the Sport of Tennis. Our Vision is to bring the opportunity of tennis to our community, offering junior, adults and seniors a sport that will last them a lifetime.


The third park is currently in development, and is a nature preserve located on Skyline Drive in Precinct 1.


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