I’d be hard-pressed to find many activities more enjoyable than loading up my fifth wheel and exploring the highways of America. However, a close second to RVing, canoeing is a fun and relaxing way to get off the road and explore nature on a different type of path.
Want to try your hand at canoeing? Check out some of these popular spots along the Brazos River.
At Rochelle’s Canoe Rental in Graford, you can rent a canoe for a 1/2 day adventure down the Brazos. Rates vary based on the size of the canoe and length of the journey, but just note Rochelle’s is cash only.
7024 North Farm Road #4 Graford, Texas 76449
Dick’s Place has been guiding visitors on canoe trips down the Brazos for over 20 years. With the experience to get you out on the water and enjoying a day traveling through the longest river in Texas, Dick’s is the go-to spot for Texans and travelers alike. Dick’s also offers a bed & Breakfast stay in West, TX.
If you stay, don’t forget to make a stop for some delicious Czech pastries, West is home to the best bakeries in Texas. 254-622-8364
Before heading out on your canoe adventure, check out the updates from the Dallas Down River Club. They host events throughout the year and welcome all levels of canoeists. A great way to meet local friends and head out on a new adventure, the club’s website is also a great resource for learning all about canoeing.
You’ve got your canoe, your paddle, and your map of the Brazos River…what next? Visit us today and check out our new toy hauler rvs to get you and your toys
on the road. You’ll be hitched by the river in no time.