Every Texas Hill Country river has a personality of its own. For the Upper Guadalupe River north of San Antonio, it’s gregarious and welcoming, full of charm and character, pressured by increasing crowds but still able to allow its true self to shine through.

It also happens to be one of the best entry-level paddling excursions for new kayakers, canoeists, and paddleboarders and the perfect place to do a relatively easy float but still beat the massive crowds along the Interstate 35 corridor.

The Guadalupe River’s headwaters are in Kerr County, west of Hunt, and the river flows about 230 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. The roughly 23 miles between Bergheim and Rebecca Creek Road makes for some of the most reliable good paddling in the San Antonio area.

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