This is one of the better known outfitters in the area due in part to the number of locations they have. You can rent tubes, rafts and even SUPs from this popular establishment and can arrange to go on a guided raft trip when the Corps opens the gates at Canyon for those 4,000 to 5,000 cfs releases. They should be able to put you in where you can float down Huaco Springs Rapids and Slumber Falls, which can be especially exciting and potentially dangerous for tubers at high flows. This is without a doubt one of the most challenging runs of the river for going tubing so if you are concerned with bumping into boulders this is not the place for you. If you want to see whether you can clear the falls and rapids with the best of them, then come on out and give it a shot. If you are coming from IH 35 heading to River Road on Loop 337, their Double Rockin R campground will be on the right before you get to the Guadalupe River. Their Gruene site is accessed by taking the Gruene Road exit off of Loop 337 and heading towards the river. They have another location up at the Huaco Springs Campground as well. And to top it off, they have a tube rental location across the street from Prince Solms Park if you want to tube the chute in New Braunfels. These cats really are rockin.