Discover a new perspective of Austin—and enjoy an active way to explore—on this small-group kayaking tour of the city. Meet your guide in central Austin, grab your lifejacket, and get acquainted with your kayak. Then, set off along the Colorado River. You’ll see local landmarks like the Congress Avenue Bridge (home to a famous bat population), will learn about the city’s highlights and history, and will paddle to Barton Springs. For more information or to book this activity, click here.

We will meet downstairs at the Kayak Rental Desk. We are located at the Waller Creek Boathouse. There is no onsite parking, we recommended parking either on the street or at the Mexican American Cultural Center. From there it is a 5 minute walk through the trail. This trip begins and ends at 74 Trinity St, in Austin, TX The paddle lasts about 2 hours and costs $50.00.

  • This small-group tour, capped at 12, offers a personal way to travel
  • Discover a perspective on Austin that many visitors miss
  • Kayak, lifejacket, and hands-on guidance are all included
  • Learn more about Austin’s highlights and history as you go

Barton Springs is a set of four natural water springs located at Barton Creek on the grounds of Zilker Park in Austin, Texas, resulting from water flowing through the Edwards Aquifer. For more information or to book this activity, click here.

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