Scouts & Youth Groups

Youth Group Specials


Youth and the outdoors are incredibly important to us here at the Bastrop River Co. That’s why we offer special rates for scout troops and youth groups. We take extra care when assisting a scout leader or youth director to plan a paddling excursion for their youngsters.

Rates


Day Trips 

El Camino Trail – 6 miles – 2 to 3 hrs
Solo Kayak $35
Canoe or Tandem Kayak $50
Wilbarger Trail – 14 miles – 5 to 8 hrs
Solo Kayak $40
Canoe or Tandem Kayak $60

Overnight Camping Trips

Wyldewood Overnight – 1 night
Solo Kayak $45
Canoe $90
Smithville Overnight – 1 night
Solo Kayak $45
Canoe $90
Webberville Overnight – 2 nights
Solo Kayak $55
Canoe $100

If arriving the night before the trip there are primitive camping options at the launch sites available = $5 per person.


El Camino Paddling Trail


Half Day

The El Camino Real paddling trail is a great introductory experience to kayaking or canoeing on slow moving water. The check-in process is quick and easy. You launch right from our boat dock at the River Co. and spend two to three hours on the water until you arrive at your exit, the Colorado River Refuge.

Total River Miles = 6

Wilbarger Paddling Trail


Full Day

The Wilbarger paddling trail is your best bet for a long full day on the river. It’s easy enough for first-timers and the take out is right back here in Bastrop.   

Put In: Utley Bridge on FM 969
Total River Miles = 14
Take out: Bastrop

Wyldewood Overnight Camping


Two Days – One Night Camping

This trip begins at a private property and ends in Bastrop at Fisherman’s Park.  This is a great introductory canoe camping trip.  The total trip is 18 miles broken up as 12 miles on day one and 6 miles on day two.  Depending on group size, shuttle arrangements may vary.  But we’ll work all that out in advance. 

Put In: Wyldewood Ranch
Total River Miles = 18
Take Out: Fisherman’s Park, Bastrop


Webberville Overnight Camping


Three Days – Two Nights Camping

This trip begins at one of the parks in Webberville (depending on what distance you choose) and ends in Bastrop.  This is the perfect trip for groups looking for an extended 2 night canoe camping adventure.  The total trip is either 30 or 35 miles broken up as 10-15 miles on day one, 14 on day two, and 6 on day three.  Depending on group size, shuttle arrangements may vary.  But we’ll work all that out in advance. 

Put In: Webberville
Total River Miles = 30 or 35
Take Out: Bastrop

Smithville Overnight Camping


Two Days – One Night Camping

This trip begins at the Colorado River Refuge and ends in Smithville.  The total trip is 20 miles broken up as 12-15 miles on day one and 5-8 on day two.   

Put In: Colorado River Refuge
Total River Miles = 20
Take Out: Hwy 95 Bridge in Smithville

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