PLAY WITH US
Tubes and rafts are available for rent on a daily basis. Rental fee includes equipment, parking, an unlimited shuttle rides for that day.
$20.00 per person
We have a variety of styles and sizes available Tubes. We give 1 FREE cooler tube for every 4 tubes that you rent from us. This does NOT apply on holiday weekends. Taxes and shuttle fees are included in the price of the tubes.
$30.00 per person/spot*
When renting our rafts a two man raft will be $60, a three man raft is $90 and a $120 for a four man raft.*
Rafts are the best choice when the river is high. Rafts and Kayaks are the only equipment allowed on the river when the cubic feet per second ("CFS"), is above 1000. If the Guadalupe River gets above 2000 CFS only raft trips are allowed and must have a guide, which we will provide.
For more information on river water levels, please click here.
PRIVATE EQUIPMENT POLICY:
You must pay for each piece of equipment you want shuttled. For example, if you have your own cooler tube, you must pay $20 to have it shuttled.
For equipment that can hold more than one person, you pay per person. A two person tube will be $40 total. A raft that holds two, will be $40.
You MUST tell us when you are paying for your shuttle that you have private equipment. Customers without private equipment wristbands will NOT be shuttled.
VOLLEYBALL + HORSESHOES:
Want a break from the water? We have a large sand volleyball court and two horseshoe pits right in the middle of the property.
Come to the front desk and ask to rent a volleyball or horseshoes.
With the Guadalupe River flow being released from the bottom of Canyon Lake, the water is cold. The first 15 miles of the Guadalupe River below the dam is the trout fishing area, which also happens to be the area we recreate. It is the only year round trout fishery in Texas. Also, the southern most point in the United States that trout live year round. Trout stocking is done by TPWD & Guadalupe chapter of Trouts Unlimited.
There are also several species of bass, catfish & perch in the river. Just make sure you have a valid Texas state fishing license. There is a $5.00 charge per person per day for fishing.