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

Maps and Directions to Bigfoot Canoes

Bigfoot Canoes is located on the Weidner Ranch at FM 311 and the Upper Guadalupe River in Spring Branch, Comal County, Texas about 2 miles southeast from US Highway 281. We are about 60 miles south of Austin and 30 miles north of San Antonio.

From New Braunfels: Follow State Highway 46 West toward Boerne and drive 12.4 miles from the Loop 337 interesection to FM 311, which veers off to the right. Follow FM 311 about 4.8 miles to Weidner Road, then turn right onto the ranch. Follow Weidner Road about 0.3 miles to Bigfoot Canoes.

From San Antonio: Follow US Highway 281 North through Bulverde and across State Highway 46, then across the Guadalupe River to FM 311. Turn right on FM 311 (if you miss FM 311, then go to Knibbe Road on the north side of the Spring Branch store and turn right - it runs into FM 311 about a block later.) Follow FM 311 about 2.1 miles to Weidner Road, then turn left. Follow Weidner Road about 0.3 miles to Bigfoot Canoes.

From Austin: Follow US Highway 290 West (Ben White Blvd.) through Oak Hill and Dripping Springs to Henley, then veer left onto SH 163 twardo Blanco. Follow SH 163 into Blanco, and then turn left onto Loop 165 and follow it to the intersection of US Highway 281 South. Turn left onto US 281 and follow it south actoss FM 306 into Spring Branch, and then turn left onto Knibbe Road (if you miss Knibbe Road, then drive to the south side of the Spring Branch store and turn left onto FM 311. Knibbe Road intercepts FM 311 less than 2/10 of a mile southeast of US 281. Follow FM 311 about 2 miles to Weidner Road, then turn left. Follow Weidner Road about 0.3 miles to Bigfoot Canoes.

From Dallas: Follow US Highway 67 South out of Oak Cliff through Glen Rose, and then veer left onto State Highway 220 South. Follow SH 220 into Hico, then turn right onto SH 6 (2nd street). Follow SH 6 about 0.3 miles to US 281 South (in downtown Hico), tghen turn left. Follow US 281 South through Hamilton, Lampasas, Burnet, Marble Falls, Johnson City and Blanco to Spring Branch, and then turn left onto Knibbe Road (if you miss Knibbe Road, then drive to the south side of the Spring Branch store and turn left onto FM 311. Knibbe Road intercepts FM 311 less than 2/10 of a mile southeast of US 281. Follow FM 311 about 2 miles to Weidner Road, then turn left. Follow Weidner Road about 0.3 miles to Bigfoot Canoes.
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