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6365 River Rd
New Braunfels, TX, 78132
United States

830-625-5004

River Road Camp is a family owned and operated campground nestled along the banks of the beautiful Guadalupe River in New Braunfels, TX.

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River Road Camp is a family owned and operated campgrounds. We want to welcome your family! Come camp with us! 

River Road Camp 
6365 River Road New Braunfels, TX 78132
830-625-5004

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Directions:

Front Austin and Dallas- Take IH-35 south, take exit #189 and turn right on to Loop 337, travel 4 miles to River Road, turn right, River Road Camp is 4 3/4 miles ahead, just before the 2nd crossing.

From Houston: Take IH-10 West, take exit #607 to Highway 46, turn right and drive 16 miles to River Road, turn right, River Road Camp is 4 3/4 miles ahead, just before the 2nd crossing. 

From San Antonio/Corpus Christi- Take IH-35 North take exit at Loop 337 (#184), turn left and drive 5.2 miles to River Road, turn leftt, River Road Camp is 4 3/4 miles ahead, just before the 2nd crossing. 

 

 

RIVER ROAD CAMP
6365 RIVER ROAD • NEW BRAUNFELS, TX 78132
830-625-5004
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About

River Road

River Road is a 10.6-mile scenic drive between Loop 337 in New Braunfels and Canyon Lake Dam which crosses the Guadalupe River four times. There is no stopping or parking allowed on the road, so the best way to see this area is from an innertube on the river. Millions of people float this 20-mile stretch of the 
river between Sattler and New Braunfels every summer. The river flows from Canyon Dam toward the coast, and is extremely popular. There are over two dozen outfitters along the shore where you can rent tubes and canoes and buy concessions. Most outfitters offer a shuttle service to bring you back to your point of entry. Styrofoam and glass are prohibited on the river, and officers patrol the waters for safety. Whitewater raftingcanoeing, and kayaking are also popular, but tubing seems to be the mode of choice. The river cuts through tall limestone bluffs and towering cypress trees. There are occasional rapids, but for the most part the river flows along lazily. The riverfront property is all privately owned, and there are many places to camp and spend the night, as well as restaurants.

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