Fischer Park is the largest park in the New Braunfels, TX park system. There are over two miles of greenway trails, two fishing ponds, a sprayground, playgrounds and more.
The features and amenities include playgrounds, a sprayground, fishing ponds, picnic facilities, hike & bike trails, Fischer Park Nature Education Center, an outdoor amphitheater, an archaeology dig, a monarch waystation, and programs and special events.
The Fischer Park Nature Education Center provides a variety of events and programs to ignite your interest and curiosity in the natural world.
Splish, splash, and spray at the sprayground with interactive water toys fun for kids of all ages. Water from the sprayground is captured in the fishing ponds and reused for park irrigation.
The two fishing ponds are designated as Texas Parks and Wildlife Community Fishing Lakes. They are stocked annually with channel catfish.
There are also kayak rentals available from Spring Break through October, Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm, Sunday 12:00-5:00pm. All are sit on top kayaks. Life vests and paddles are included with the rental.
The possession or use of personal grills is prohibited, pets must be on a leash at all times, glass containers are prohibited, reservations are required for pavilions, excessive noise and loud music is not allowed, consumption of alcohol and use of tobacco products is not allowed, and metal detectors are not allowed in city parks.
Fischer Park is named after the Fischer family, whose history dates back to 1946. In 2007, the Fischer family sold 55 acres to the City of New Braunfels and gifted three acres to the New Braunfels Marks Foundation. The city of New Braunfels purchased an additional 4 acres later to have a total of 62 acres for the park.
Fischer Park is open Monday through Sunday 6:00am-12:00am.
Fischer Park is located at 1935 Hilltop Summit Road, New Braunfels, TX 78130 and their phone number is 830-221-4378.