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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.
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.
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.
One stop destination for tubing, canoeing, kayaking, and rafting the lower Current River. One-hour to three-day trips available for beginners and experts.
All of our floats begin up-river and end at The Landing. Park your vehicle at The Landing and leave the rest to us; we transport you to your point of entry. This allows you to enjoy your float with no set take-out time or deadlines to meet and no waiting for transportation back to your car.
Camping, lodging, and a restaurant are available.
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!
We offer daily, weekend and weeklong excursions through the Ozarks on the Current River and Jacks Fork River. We have canoes, kayaks, rafts and tubes.
A shuttle service is available. We have campsites and a general store.
Located east of Eminence, where the two rivers meet.
Canoe, kayak, raft and tube rentals for the Jacks Fork and Current Rivers. Shuttle service available.
Camp store with floating and camping supplies. We are an authorized concessionaire for the Ozark National Scenic Riverways.
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