Bigfoot Canoes on the scenic Upper Guadalupe River, Texas
Bigfoot Canoes - Your outfitter for canoeing, kayaking, rafting and tubing the scenic Upper Guadalupe River

About Bigfoot Canoes

Long before the discovery of Bigfoot (Canoes) there was Texas Canoe Trails located on the historic Weidner Ranch at FM 311 and the Guadalupe River in Spring Branch, Texas. Wendall Lyons worked with the owner of Texas Canoe Trails and when TCT relocated to Big Bend in 1979, Wendall stayed behind and continued the business under a new name, and Bigfoot Canoes was born.

In continuous operation since that time, Bigfoot Canoes offers canoe, kayak, raft and tube trips of the remote and very scenic Upper Guadalupe River a few miles away and a world apart from the maddening crowds that flock to the river between Canyon Lake and New Braunfels.

Bigfoot Canoes caters to everybody, and offers discount rates to large groups of Boy and Girl Scouts, church groups, school, fraternal and civic groups, company and family groups and others who want to come and enjoy the natural beauty of the Upper Guadalupe River together. Contact Bigfoot for details and reservations today.

Boy Scouts having fun at Bigfoot
Bigfoot Canoes maintains a fleet of Buffalo tandem Royalex canoes, Ocean solo and tandem sit-on-top kayaks, Momentum and Star rafts and large truck inner tubes with and without bottoms for trips of a few hours to several days on a gorgeous, bald cypress lined river flowing from above Hunt down through Guadalupe River State Park to the final practical take-out at Rebecca Creek Road. Miss the take-out at Rebecca Creek Road and your next stop is about 12 miles further downriver on Canyon Lake. The new high bridge at Rebecca now allows travel downriver past the crossing without having to portage the bridge.

You deserve a good paddling!
Preparing for a July 4th Flotilla on the Upper Guad

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