Kayak Trails

Potentially Crowded Water Conditions
It is always a good idea to contact the outfitters in the Hill Country to inquire about tube traffic if you are planning a paddling trip and that especially is the case in New Braunfels, San Marcos, all of the Lower Guadalupe River down to Gruene, and along portions of the Frio between Leakey and Concan. There are times during high season when it can be very difficult to get in any good paddling because of tube traffic in those areas. Don’t forget that some of the times when the water levels are up, especially when they are just over 1,000 cfs on the Lower Guadalupe River, the outfitters will not be renting tubes and those can be some fabulous opportunities to go paddle that part of the river.


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1120 Crossings

Take US Hwy 83 south from Leakey and turn left (east) onto 1120 and that road will take you to two crossings. These crossings are potential swimming or wading spots depending on the water levels, and the second crossing is a good put in for kayaks (~4.5 miles upstream from Garner State Park). Watch out […]

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