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A one-stop destination for outdoor fun. Enjoy some of the best floating available on canoes, rafts, kayaks and tubes. We have sit-on-top kayaks that offer easy entry and exit.
Select from three rivers: the Courtois, the Huzzah and the Meramec. We offer floats of six, seven and 13 miles.
Camping, RV sites and cabins are available. See our website for a complete list of activities and lodging. Our hours vary by season, please call to confirm.
Take a float trip on the Niangua River. Canoes and rafts are available for rent on an individual or group basis. Reservations can be made beginning in April for trips starting the second week in May at the earliest. The season typically runs from Memorial Day to the second weekend in September. Float trips are available daily. Beginning the first day of September, float trips are limited to Saturday and Sunday only.
We offer canoes, kayak and tube rentals for relaxing floats on the Jacks Fork River and the Current River. Located in 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. When floating with us, we pick you up at the front door of your cottage and at the end of your day we quickly return you to your cottage.
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. Our cottages feature private bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens and gas barbecue grills.
Huzzah Valley offers float trips on the Huzzah River, the Courtois River and the Meramec River. Chose a canoe, raft, kayak or an inner tube. We have 2.5 miles of riverfront camping along the Huzzah River, plus RV sites and other lodging accommodations. There is a dining lodge on the resort, serving breakfast and supper. Horseback rides are available. We even make and deliver pizza and hot wings to your campsite or lodging unit.
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.
If lazing around under a shade tree is not for you, try floating three rivers: Elk River; Big Sugar Creek; Little Sugar. We rent canoes, kayaks and rafts.
Lazy Days Campground is a beautiful, 30-acre campground on the Elk River. Kick back in a hammock and enjoy the view. Camp sites, RV sites and cabins available.
Canoeing and rafting are very popular park activities. Canoes and rafts can be rented at the park. Rental prices include shuttle, transportation, paddles and life jackets. Weekday floats typically offer substantially more solitude than weekends. Reservations are recommended for weekend trips.
Floating and trout fishing on the Niangua River. Camping, electric hookups, cabins, concessions and catering available (high season). Live band or karaoke on Saturday nights (high season). Deer hunting.
Canoes, $35-$40; Rafts, $75; Kayaks, $25; Tubes, $10-$15.
Canoes, one-person sit-on-top kayaks and six-person rafts are available for rent on the scenic and secluded St. Francois and Big Creek. Big Creek is best floated in the spring and fall, while the St. Francois is floatable year-round. Half-day, one-, two- and three-day float trips can be arranged at The Park Store.
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.
Washington State Park offers float trips down The Big River. Three- and seven-mile trips are arranged through the Thunderbird Lodge and transportation is provided. Kayaks, canoes, tubes or multi-person rafts are available May through October, river condition dependent.
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