Ever heard of the Devil’s River?
For those who need a break from camping, we offer a night on the Devil’s River in a house overlooking the river. It does require an 85 step climb, and there is an extra cash fee to the owner for it’s rental, but for a group, it’s a nice break from roughing it. See more about the cabin on the Devil’s River.
July 2017 Review:
I hope you are well. Just wanted to let you know that Emily and I had a great time. We appreciate the hard work that you, Mike and Robin put in throughout the trip. We have recommended you to others already. I’ve put up a review on Trip Advisor and completed the TPWD survey. We look forward to travelling with you again in the future.
I’ve put just a few photos in a DropBox file. (Including a video of the ICE chopper landing.)
Also, what was the name of the children’s book you told us about? It sounded like a great book for our grandkids.
April 2017 Review:
Charlie and crew,
Our Devil’s River trip exceeded our expectations and left us wanting to do it again. Despite the wide range of our group’s ages, from 11 to 72; and despite the differences in our kayaking expertise, from novice to pretty decent … you all were able to tailor the adventure accordingly for all of us. The adventurers got their share of fun, the novices had a very safe and enjoyable time. The surprise storm and fast rising river was an event that really showed how attuned you are to the potential dangers of the river, and how to mitigate quickly and appropriately. It was great to have you make all the necessary arrangements ahead of time, from the dependable shuttle to the three camping spots. We all appreciated the well prepared and abundant food, and never had a worry during the entire trip.
You and your crew were top notch, and you allowed us to have a fabulous time.
Michelle Rumbaut, Steve White, Clint Taylor, John Sieben, and the rest of the gang …
About the Devil’s River in Texas
A hidden Texas gem with some of the most wonderful canoe and kayak waters in the Southwest. See the Texas Parks & Wildlife page, then call us to schedule. It’s very limited availability, but the trip you will always remember.
Learn more about the campsites along the Devil’s River here. You’ll see photos and what to expect at each camp.
See our rates page for details.
See a few videos of kayak and canoe trips in the Devils River
We think they were looking for some people that missed their takeout point.
Safety & Rules
Private landowners took this photo. Anyone who floats the Devils River with us must realize that we paddle thru many peoples’ backyards, and eyes will be upon you most of the time. Strict adherence to Park rules and proper behavior must be followed at all times during your experience!