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Tubers still hitting the Guadalupe, Comal but in fewer numbers

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River Sports Tubes employee Dustin Wright advises a couple of hatted tubers on where to put in on the Guadalupe and when to pull out


Location:
12020 FM 306
Canyon Lake, TX 78133
(830) 907-3009
andysrivertoobs.com

7. Whitewater Sports

Whitewater offers two trips. One begins at Whitewater and ends at the fourth crossing bridge. The other begins at the top of the “horseshoe” (a short shuttle drive away) and can either end at Whitewater or at the fourth crossing bridge, depending on how long you want to float. The float fee for Monday-Thursday is $15 and the fee for Friday-Sunday is $17. These prices include a canvas-covered tube, shuttle service, and a cooler tube. Rafts also are available for rent at $50 for a two-man, $100 for a four-man and $150 for a six-man. Float trips begin around 9 a.m., and all river equipment must be returned by 6 p.m.

River: Guadalupe, end of the Horseshoe Loop

Location:
11860 FM 306
New Braunfels, TX 78132
(830) 964-3800
floattheguadalupe.com