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We offer a wide variety of float trips on the Meramec River, from Onondaga Cave to Meramec Cavern. Float trips range from five to 15 miles in length. Whether you choose a raft, canoe or kayak, you will enjoy the beauty and peacefulness of the Meramec River.
All of our floats include shuttle service, paddles and life jackets. We provide shuttle service. Excursions on the Meramec provide opportunities for floating, fishing and cave exploration. Gravel bars provide spots to picnic, swim and sunbathe.
We are one hour southwest of St. Louis, off of I-44, at exit 225; five miles south of Sullivan off Route D.
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.
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.
Canoe and kayak rentals on Beaver Creek, a spring-fed, clear-water stream in the Mark Twain National Forest. We offer floats ranging from four miles to 44 miles. The stream has lots of gravel bars where you can picnic and swim.
Beaver Creek is a great stream for fishing. Camping and RV sites are available on-site.
We are actually located in Brownbranch, at the junction of Route 76 and Route W; 20 miles west of Ava; 33 miles northeast of Branson. We do not accept cards.
Note: It is against Missouri law to have glass containers of any kind, and foam-type coolers near or on the river.
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 are a full-service canoe outfitter offering canoe, raft, kayak, tube and Jon boat floats on the Big Piney River and the Gasconade River. One day floats of three to 14 miles; multi-day trips up to 100 miles can be arranged. Camping facilities on-site.
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 available 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.
Float trips; canoes and kayaks for rent; tackle and supplies; camping; hunting and fishing licenses; guided fishing and fly-fishing. The Eleven Point is floatable year-round, with excellent fishing for rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, goggle-eye, pickerel and walleye.
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.
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.
One of the oldest canoe outfitters on the Upper Black River. Personal service, custom floats and shuttle service available.
Facilities include: a store with supplies; campground with a stage; firewood; picnic tables; trash barrels; hot showers; and flush toilets.
Located at East Fork Black River Bridge, on Route 21. Call to schedule a date.
Canoe, raft, kayak and tube rentals on the Gasconade River. Campground, RV park and cottages available. Pool; store; basketball court; volleyball; horse shoes; and playground. Located 1.5 miles south of I-44 at Exit 145. Canoe, $44 - $48; Kayak, $30 - $34; Rafts, $82 - $168; tube, $12.
Canoe, kayak, raft and tube rentals on the Jacks Fork River. Shuttle service; campsite/lodging pick-up; convenience store; wood; ice; camping and fishing supplies; T-shirts; water shoes; and snacks. Located off of Route 106, six miles west of Eminence, at Alley Spring National Park campground.
Good, clean, family fun on the Niangua River. We are here for your canoeing, rafting and camping pleasure. Canoe, raft and "sit-on-top" kayak rentals. Inner-tube rentals for the kids. Complete shuttle service. Rafts and kayaks require reservations.
Discount rates for Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts & church groups.
Our campground offers waterfront campsites, from electrical hook-ups, to primitive sites, with panoramic views of the Niangua River.
Country store on-site.
Located on the James River, seven miles west of Highlandville, on Route O. Canoe, raft, tube and kayak floats. Shuttle service. RV hookups and tent camping.
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 offer canoe floats on the Gasconade River. Located 15 minutes from I-44, exit 150. Experience the best the Ozarks have to offer. The Cave Restaurant is on-site. We have cabins, camping and RV sites (no hookups).
Canoe, kayak, raft, and tube rentals on the upper Current River. We have a campground with electric hookups and showers.
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.
Float trip outfitter on the scenic James River in Galena. Float trips are one of the oldest past times in the history of the James River. We offer canoeing, rafting, tubing, jon boats and kayaking. James River Outfitters is family owned and operated in the heart of Ozark Mountain country.
If you want to see the Ozarks up close and personal, come take a float trip. You can bring a picnic lunch and stop on a gravel bar on the way down the river. Floating is fun for the family.
You might want to float and fish or just relax and enjoy the scenery. We offer a 22-mile float trip, (overnight trip) an 11-mile trip and a five-mile trip. Dogs are allowed in the canoes and on the buses if they are friendly toward people and other dogs.
We rent and sell kayaks (all types and sizes - single, tandem, triple, fishing), as well as canoes and stand-up paddle boards. We will put you in at designated areas on Table Rock Lake or launch you on Lake Taneycomo just below Table Rock Dam, then pick you up at one of two destinations, including Branson Landing.
You may also take rentals on your own to your own destination. Already own a Kayak? We will shuttle. Call to learn about our additional location for 2014, and the launch and pick up areas.
Large groups, church groups, youth and student groups, family reunions, and corporate conventions are welcome.
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