What river can you float in Austin TX? The San Marcos, Comal, and Guadalupe rivers are the “big three” for floating around Austin, but there’s also an in-town alternative. The Barton Creek Greenbelt offers a secluded, relaxed float close to home.
How long does it take to float the river in Austin? About 6 hours in total. Our departure times from Austin are in the morning and early afternoon. This is so that you’re back in Austin in time to get prepared for evening fun. Please do not plan anything immediately after the trip as trip times are variable.
Where can you tube in Austin?
- Waterloo Adventures. Lake Travis. Austin.
- Float Fest and Avery Eustace. Comal River.
- Frio River Concan Texas. Frio River.
- Flickr/Dustin Larimer. Guadalupe River.
- Flickr/Alex Thomson. Barton Creek Greenbelt.
- Friends of the Brazos River. Brazos River.
Can you tube in the Colorado River in Austin? The beautiful Colorado River is the longest river in Texas. While there are several rural areas where locals enjoy the river, the most popular area is in central Texas, just east of Austin. Bastrop, Texas offers tubers a calming, steady float in the river with beautiful trees lining the banks of the river.