Rafting Trips and Float Trips

Whitewater Adventure or Lazy Rafting Trips

How to Find and Plan Your Rafting Trip

If you're looking for a great time, consider rafting. When the water's low, it's a relaxing trip that's a lot of fun. And when the waters begin to rise and the floater head for higher ground, it can be an adrenaline filled whitewater adventure!

How to Plan a Rafting Trip

To plan a trip you'll need a few things. Check out packing list section.

You can either use an outfitter for your trip, or do it yourself. Both are fine, but an outfitter removes a few of the logistical issues.

Getting on the Water

Access can be tricky if you're not using an outfitter. In Texas, legal access points are where bridges cross a navigable river, so keep that in mind if you're doing it yourself.

Using an outfitter will function much like a floating trip. They will rent you the necessary gear, and pick you up at the designated take out location.

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Water sports are a great way to relax on Texas rivers. But be courteous of land owners and the real estate around the water. Take your cans with you. Kayak, canoe, rafting, fishing boat, or tube ... help keep it clean.