Tube, Canoe, and Raft Rentals

Nothing much better than renting a tube, raft, or canoe and floating the Guadalupe River or other Texas Rivers. If you want to go tubing, kayaking, canoeing or rafting on some Texas Rivers, here is a list of some of the best places to rent a tube, kayak, canoe, or raft. From these Texas Outfitters you can rent whatever you need to have a blast tubing the Guadalupe River. Have fun.

Guadalupe River Canoeing, Rafting, & Tubing Rentals


A group ready to go tubing with Rio Raft


Rio Guadalupe Resort rents tube with or without bottoms and tubes with ice chests plus rafts, sit on top kayaks, and inflatable canoes. Each rental includes a shuttle upstream to one of two put-in points on the Guadalupe River's popular Tube Loop providing a great float back to the resort at the 4th Crossing Bridge.

Rio Guadalupe Resort has 25 river-view cottages, full RV hook-ups, tent sites, meeting hall, swimming pool, river trips, camp store, beautiful river frontage and the friendliest staff around. Check out their coupon and read or review of Rio Guadalupe Resort Campground.

Tubing & Kayaking with Guadalupe Canoe & Camping


Located on US Highway 281 1/4 mile north of the Guadalupe River bridge, Guadalupe Canoe & Camping rents tubes, canoes, kayaks, and rafts for you to enjoy on the picturesque less crowded Upper Guadalupe River.

The tent and RV sites are very close to the river and shaded by large pecan trees and each site has both water and electric.


Tube Haus


Tube Haus is uniquely located on the Guadalupe River because it sits right in the middle of the famous "Horseshoe Loop", making it simple and quick to get in and out of the river. Open 7 days a week, Tube Haus has been a river outfitter since 1978 and specializes in Guadalupe River Tubing! Tube Haus offers 2 Float trips - a Short Float (Horseshoe Loop - 1 mile) and the Long Float (2 1/2 miles). Use this Coupon to save some money on your next tubin' trip. Student and Military Discounts are also available.

Comal River Tubing Rentals


New Braunfels - Comal River

Tubing the Comal River


TexasTubes is a perfect place to rent a tube to float the Comal River - you park, pick up your tube, walk down a few steps, and you're tubing downing the Comal River. They rent tubes with or without bottoms as well as tubes with an ice chest. Pickup and return is easy and you can float the river again at a very low rate. They also have a coupon to save you some money.

San Marcos Tube Rentals

Pecan Park Riverside RV

San Marcos

Tubing the San Marcos River

Why not make it a weekend of tubing and other fun activities? Pecan Park is perfect with full hook-up RV sites and lots of amenities. Pecan Park is located on the beautiful San Marcos River and they rent tubes for 1 mile to 4 mile runs down the San Marcos River. Save some money on camping - use this Pecan Park Coupon.


Tubing with ATXcursions

The most convenient way to float the river if you're coming from Austin. Transportation, tube rental, coolers, and ice are included. Just BYOB! 5 star rated on Yelp and TripAdvisor. Private trips for bachelor parties, corporate groups, and other private events are available. 

 Guadalupe River Resource Guide

Texas Outside Favorites
Texas Outside Favorites - Gruene Mansion Inn a fabulous and very unique B&B, Hideout On The Horseshoe for outstanding cabins, Camp Huaco Springs for RVs, Gruene Hall for music and good times, Gruene River Inn for good food, and Rio Raft for tube rentals and camping and cabins on the river.
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