Area Code 830

Where Is Area Code 830?

Updated: June 23rd 2021

Area code 830 is found in Texas serving cities and towns surrounding San Antonio. Area code 830 is located in the Central Time Zone and covers 28 counties of Texas. Area code 830 was put into effect on July 7, 1997, and was created from a split of area code 210; currently area code 830 completely surrounds area code 210.

New Braunfels is deep in the heart of the Texas Hill Country and is the county seat of Comal County. Located approximately 32 miles northeast of San Antonio, New Braunfels is a principal city of the San Antonio–New Braunfels metropolitan area. New Braunfels has a humid subtropical climate, characterized by hot, humid summers and mild winters. Going back in history, hundreds of people from Germany settled in Texas beginning in 1844. Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels and the German settlers stopped near the Comal Springs in 1845, where Prince Carl purchased 1,300 acres. This is where Prince Carl established the colony of New Braunfels, which he named in honor of his home of Solms-Braunfels, Germany. New Braunfels grew so quickly that it became the fourth largest city in Texas by 1850.

New Braunfels has a population of 57,740 and the racial makeup of the city is 86.8% White, 35.0% Hispanic, 1.9% African American, and 1.0% Asian (2010 Census). The average crime rate makes New Braunfels a semi-dangerous city to reside in.

The Gruene Historic District is a village with a rustic old Texan feel that allows visitors to enjoy live music at the Gruene Hall or eat in the ruins of the original gristmill. New Braunfels is known for hosting the biggest gourd festival in Texas, the Lone Star Gourd Festival, a festival that promotes and celebrates the artistry of gourds. To celebrate New Braunfels’ strong German heritage, a festival known as Wurstfest is held in the city every November. The Texas Clay Festival features the work of over 70 potters and clay artists from all over Texas.

The Comal Springs are located in New Braunfels and consist of seven major springs, making it the largest concentration of naturally occurring freshwater springs in Texas and the American Southwest. The Comal Springs gave rise to the Comal River, the shortest river in Texas and one of the shortest rivers in the world. The Comal River is home to the fountain darter, a small freshwater fish that is almost extinct. Many tourists visit New Braunfels in the summer to engage in water recreational activities on the Comal River and the Guadalupe River. The clear water and the mild currents make both rivers perfect for scuba diving, swimming, and tubing. A top tourist attraction in the city is Landa Park, a 51-acre riverside park that contains a train ride, a miniature golf course, nature trails, picnic tables, and playgrounds. Other points of interest in the city include the Schlitterbahn Waterpark New Braunfels, the Animal World and Snake Farm Zoo, the McKenna Children's Museum, and the New Braunfels Railroad Museum.

Major Cities In Area Code 830

New Braunfels


Del Rio

Eagle Pass


Seguin is a city in Texas and the county seat of Guadalupe County. Seguin is nestled on the bank of the Guadalupe River on the northern edge of the South Texas Plains. Located approximately 36 miles east of San Antonio, Seguin is part of the San Antonio–New Braunfels metropolitan area. Seguin has a population of 25,175 and the racial makeup of the city is 75.9% White, 55.4% Hispanic, 8.0% African American, and 0.9% Asian (2010 Census). Unfortunately Seguin is a dangerous city to reside in. Much of the economy is centered on the Texas Lutheran University, the Guadalupe Regional Medical Center, and the manufacturing of steel and automotive parts. Nicknamed the “Pecan Capital of Texas,” pecans have been grown in and near Seguin even before the town was founded. To live up to the nickname, the world's largest pecan was built in front of the county courthouse. The Pecan Fest Heritage Days is an annual event that celebrates pecans and the rural heritage and culture of the city. A big tourist attraction is ZDT's Amusement Park, a 10-acre family amusement park that features thrill rides, water rides, and a large video game arcade.

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