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Canoe, kayak, inner tube and small raft floats. Facilities include pool, dining, general store, hot showers, modern restrooms and electric hook-ups. Camping, RV sites and cabins available. You can cross the Current River on the ferry. Located in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, 21 miles south of Salem, off Route 19, at the junction of Routes K and KK.
Enjoy a six-mile or an 11-mile float on the scenic Meramec River. Rentals are available April-September.
Our shuttle takes you up river; you float back to the parking lot.
Located at Meramec Caverns. Motel, campgrounds and a zipline thrill ride are on-site.
Cherokee Landing is a small float outfitter located on Missouri's beautiful, uncrowded Big River. Cherokee Landing is located about one hour southwest of St. Louis and offers floats from two to 13 miles.
Camping, RV sites, cabins, a stocked fishing lake and store on location. Please check out our website for more information. We are open for camping on Fridays and Saturdays, and open for float trips on Saturdays and Sundays. Weekday camping and float trips are available by special arrangement.
Canoe and raft rentals for floating on the Meramec River. No dogs or fishing allowed in rafts. One block south of I-44 on Route W.
Age restrictions: You must be 21 years old to rent equipment from us. Children younger than age 5 will not be allowed to float in our canoes; children younger than age 3 will not be allowed to float in our rafts; children younger than age 3 will not be allowed on any of our float trips.
We offer canoe, kayak, and jon boat rentals. Primitive camping is available. We have a concrete boat ramp on the Bourbeuse River.
We offer a relaxing floatas on the Jacks Fork River and the Current River. The Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Missouri's largest National Park, covering 77,000 acres with 140 miles of clear, spring-fed streams.
Our campground is on an Ozark hillside overlooking the Jack's Fork River valley. We pick you up at the front door of your cottage and at the end of your float, we quickly return you to your cottage. Our cottages feature private bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens and gas barbecue grills.
We have pull-thru RV sites with full hookups; tent sites; 11 cottages; and four hotel suites. The campground includes a shower-house and bathroom facility.
Pets welcome in the campground only.
We offer kayak, raft and canoe rentals. The spring fed North Fork of the White River is Missouri’s eighth largest spring system.
Looking for something unique? Try our tree-house cabins at River of Life Farm.
Float trips through scenic hills and rocky bluffs 35 minutes from central St Louis on the Meramec River. Canoe, kayak, and raft rental. All skill levels okay.
We invite you to enjoy the beauty, fun and adventure on a float trip on the famous Current River. Jadwin Canoe Rental offers various different float trips on the Current.
We furnish Old Town and Alumacraft canoes; Old Town and Jackson one person sit-on-top kayaks; Jackson two person sit-on-top kayaks; Star four- to six-person rafts and one person tubes; and cooler tubes.
We provide a Coast Guard approved life jacket for each person in the canoe, kayak and raft. We provide transportation to and from the river. There is no group too big or too small.
We offer several beautiful one-day and multi-day floats from 4 to 60 miles. We rent canoes; kayaks; rafts; jon boats; and tubes.
We have camping facilities, a shower house, horseshoes and sand volleyball, walking trails, annual full moon float, NEW Haunted River Float in October.
Missouri River Rafting, Canoe & Kayak provides guided raft tours on the Missouri River and also offers canoe and kayak rental and shuttle service to paddling enthusiasts.
Our tour raft is new, sturdy, self bailing and has room for 6+ passengers. Larry Christy, your guide, is an experienced oarsman with over 5,000 river miles to his credit. He has canoed the length of the Missouri from Montana to Saint Louis.
Our canoes and kayaks are all well maintained and stable watercraft that will ensure a good day on the water. Each comes equipped with life vests, back supports and paddles.
The Missouri River is still a beautiful natural treasure that promises adventure, offers a chance to view birds and wildlife and provides an escape where you can relax and regain tranquility.
"The face of the water, in time became a wonderful book. And it was not a book to be read once and thrown aside, for it had a new story to tell every day." - Mark Twain
Your Branson and Ozarks Vacation won't be complete without paddling our crystal clear Rivers and Lakes with Ozarks Extreme Outdoors. Paddling in the Ozarks is a pleasure for veteran and novice floaters alike, offering an ever changing and wide array of outdoor experiences spring through fall.
The historic White River today makes up Table Rock, Taneycomo, and Bull Shoals lakes and still offers opportunities for adventure while kayaking and canoeing. Our beautiful Ozark lakes are cool and refreshing in the summer sun. It is the perfect setting for your family to make lasting memories while enjoying the outdoors in the Ozarks.
The first National Scenic River Way, which includes the popular Jacks Fork and Current Rivers, is located two hours northwest of Branson. An hour south into Arkansas, the Buffalo River was designated as the first National River in the United States and is a blue gem amongst a beautiful rolling green backdrop.
Home to the infamous Ozark smallmouth, our rivers offer to anglers plenty of fishing opportunities that will make for lasting fish tales for years to come.
Whether you prefer day tripping or multi-day river trips, contact us and book your paddling adventure in the Ozarks!
Rent kayaks and canoes on the Big Piney River. Customer hauls. Discount prices. Licensed trailers available for an extra charge. Waiver and release agreement signatures required. Two-bedroom vacation lodging available.
Rent canoes, kayaks and tubes on the Current River. We are located approximately 21 miles south of Salem and just two miles from Akers Ferry. We offer RV and tent camping. Open from April 1-Oct. 31.
We offer canoe, kayak and raft trips on the nationally famous Current River, located in the Ozark Mountains of south central Missouri, three hours southwest of St. Louis. We arrange from 10-mile, one-day floats up to 100-mile, seven-day floats for families and groups of any size.
We have a campground with hot showers, electric sites, full hookup RV sites, tent and group campsites and a convenience store on-site.
We provide equipment, transportation and information to help ensure your visit is a memorable outdoor experience.
This is a campground with one-quarter mile of Elk River frontage. Tent camping, RV sites, camping cabins, large vacation home rentals, canoes, rafts, kayaks and tube rentals available.
1600-foot zip line and climbing wall that crosses the Elk River. There is a restroom facility and camp store on the premises.
We are located on Highway 59, 2.5 miles from Noel. We can accommodate large groups.
We offer day floats on the Elk River and provide raft, canoe and kayak rentals, along with abundant smallmouth bass fishing and a good spot for relaxation. There is a 12-person cabin rental available; the cabin has riverfront access. We serve large groups.
We offer: three-seat plastic canoes, with cup holders and dry storage; six- and eight-person rafts; kayaks; and tubes. We take you upriver and you float back to Two Sons.
This 30-acre site offers camping, RV hook-ups, a large beach and eight miles of floating on the Elk River. Facilities include modern showers and restroom.
Mapquest and Google Maps DO NOT map our location correctly. I44, exit 11A; South on Route 71 (33 miles); Right on Route EE (3.2 miles); Left on Route 59 (3.7 miles); watch for our sign on the left.
We are located on Route KK in Shannon County, off Route 19 South. We have canoeing, tubing, kayaks and rafting. We offer RV and camp sites, just two miles from the Current River.
Our restaurant at Jason Place is open Memorial Day-Labor Day. Wild River Canoe Rental is open April-October.
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