Lower Guadalupe River Map

Tubing on the lower Guadalupe RiverUse this Guadalupe River Map to find camping, restaurants, lodging, golf, and lots more fun things to see and do on or near the Guadalupe River. The Guadalupe River runs from Kerr County, Texas to San Antonio Bay on the Gulf of Mexico. The Guadalupe River is a popular destination for rafters and canoers with several tubing, kayaking, and rafting outfitters lining the banks for the river. The Guadalupe has several dams along its length, the most notable of which forms Canyon Lake northwest of New Braunfels. Canyon Lake also segments the Upper Guadalupe River from the Lower Guadalupe River. The river is very scenic as it winds through the Texas Hill Country.

The upper river is a smaller, faster stream with limestone banks and shaded by pecan and bald cypress trees. It is formed by two main tributary forks, the North Fork and South Fork Guadalupe Rivers. The upper Guadalupe is popular as a tubing destination and the river flows through Guadalupe River State Park which is one of the more popular tubing areas along the river. Here is a map to the Upper Guadalupe River

For Tubing Info click on Attractions or Kayaking/Tubing/Canoeing

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    Guadalupe River Resource Guide  

    Texas Outside Favorites
    Texas Outside Favorites - Gruene Mansion Inn a fabulous and very unique B&B; Rio Guadalupe River Resort for cabins, camping, and tubing; Gruene Hall for music and good times; and Gruene River Inn for good food
    Lots of great information on tubing, kayaking, and canoeing
    There are some new rules that you need to be aware of before you head out for the river, you should also check with your outfitter about the rules
    Here you'll find places to kayak/canoe, rental, lessons, and more
    Use this map to find fun things to do on the upper section of the river
    Find links on places to stay and play
    Learn about Canyon Lake
    Find lakes and campgrounds on the clickable map
    Find a golf course on the clickable map
    Learn about the paddling trails on the guadalupe


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