Kayaking in Canyon Lake


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  • Guadelupe Canoe Livery
    Since 1971, Guadalupe Canoe Livery has equipped powerful paddlers to explore the scenic upper Guadalupe River with kayaks, canoes, rafts, and inner tubes. Don a life jacket and climb into an Old Town canoe with a pal for a tour of the shoreline that should last 2?3 hours. Fun for navigation novices and seasoned stream skimmers alike, the tour departs from Nichols Landing on Spring Branch Road, a location reachable by a fee-free shuttle.
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    8195 U.S. Highway 281 North
    Spring Branch, TX US
  • Cranes Mill Marina
    Cranes Mill Marina gives landlubbers the chance to become aquatic adventurers on its fleet of rentable watercrafts. A three-hour eight passenger ski-boat rental lets speed demons tug along delighted adrenaline junkies on the included wake board, kneeboard, tube, or water skis. Slower-moving seafarers can climb aboard a 24-foot-long, party-ready pontoon boat, which has a flat bottom easily used as a dance floor or roller-skating rink. The pontoon boat ferries up to 11 cadets at an ambling, luxurious pace, making it a sturdy hub for swimming excursions, easy-going fishing trips, or an afternoon spent gazing at the lake's natural beauty.
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    16440 Cranes Mill Road
    Canyon Lake, TX US
  • Comal Tubes
    Voted as the best New Braunfels tubing outfitter, Comal Tubes offers FREE Parking and continuously running shuttles to and from the Comal River. Take your time, relax, enjoy the Crystal Clear 72 degree water as you float down the Comal River. Bring your favorite snacks and drinks along with you. We have tubes available for your cooler, as well as Deluxe tubes with a headrest and trampoline mesh bottom for incredible comfort while still allowing you to feel the water. Our general store and gift shop carries everything you may need to have a great day on the river.
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    664 S Seguin Ave.
    New Braunfels, TX US
  • Chuck's Tubes
    Chuck's Tubes' team sends their customers on laid-back journeys down the Comal River's tree-lined waterways. Their inflatable vessels?which can also accommodate coolers and nonrobotic dogs?float down the river as it winds through the city of New Braunfels. Once tubers reach the end of their journey, a shuttle ferries them back to the launch point for another trip down the river. At Chuck's Tubes' headquarters, staff members help visitors understand maps of the Comal River and that tubes don't actually taste like donuts.
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    493 N Market St
    New Braunfels, TX US
  • Comal River Toobs
    Lazing in a giant, inflated red tube with handles and a cup holder, clients of Comal River Toobs can enjoy leisurely floats down the meandering river?floating with beers and sodas if they like. Onsite parking is offered in addition to a shuttle service, which is included in tube rental, that ensures that floaters can get back to their cars at the end of their float. Guests may also host a riverside picnic at one of the designated areas.
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    444 East San Antonio Street
    New Braunfels, TX US
  • Rockin’ R River Rides
    A buoyant fleet of inflatable rafts and tubes drifts lazily down two sprawling rivers populated with exciting rapids and falls. During 1.5- to 5-hour treks, guests can traverse the Comal or Guadalupe River in an inner tube, relax with a partner in a two-seater raft, or host a regulation poker game with friends inside a raft that holds up to six. Trip durations and age cutoffs may change on a daily basis depending on current river flow.
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    193 South Liberty Street
    New Braunfels, TX US