Floating the Guadalupe
Option #1: Rent Floats
By accessing our adjoining River Road property, you can park near the gate and walk/drive across the bridge to Roy’s Rentals at River Rd/2nd Crossing. For about $17 per person, you can rent a tube and be driven up river. At the end of floating, you exit at their location and walk back across the bridge to Camp Milagro.
Option #2: Bring your floats
You will need to find a location for “Day Parking” up river (see below). Prices vary greatly, most charge $10/pp to park
Floats will need to be blown up (once blown, they are very difficult to transport.
There are no drop-off spots. ALL property along the river is private, gated. No trespasses laws are enforced
Rules & laws to know
* Do not litter ($200 fine)
* NO glass, NOR styrofoam on river ($500 fine)
* NO trespassing on private property
* Don’t take keys/valuables on river
* Life jackets needed for children
* Use Sun Protection (hats, sunglasses, sunscreen
* River Shoes Recommended!!
* Have plenty of drinking water
most common reason for ER: dehydration
Located in New Braunfels, Camp Milagro is convenient to everything anyone could need, yet far away to feel the peace and comfort of being away from the hustle & bustle of life.
The city of San Antonio, Texas is located within a 45-minute drive of Milagro. Historic towns and small cities offering a number of activities can be found all within a day-trip. There's enough around Camp Milagro to keep you busy each and every time you visit.
Fly-fishing, tubing, hiking are just a few things that can be done in the area.
Canyon Lake, located within 15 minutes offers beautiful blue water, fun for water sports & offers boat rentals.
Natural Bridge Caverns offers adventure. Whether touring down into the cavern depths or zip-lining across its canopy, this natural wonder is not to be missed.
The Guadalupe River runs from Kerr County, Texas to San Antonio Bay on the Gulf of Mexico. It is a popular destination for rafting, fly fishing, and canoeing. Larger cities along the river include Kerrville, New Braunfels, Seguin, Gonzales,
Cuero, and Victoria. It has several dams along its length, the most notable of which is Canyon Dam. Canyon Dam forms
Canyon Lake, northwest of New Braunfels.
Home to the popular Schlitterbahn waterpark, the city of New Braunfels offers a variety of restaurants, antique stores, shopping, etc.
Throughout the year, New Braunfels offers festivals, concerts, and various events. Yearly, the famous Wurstfest is a Must-See for everyone.
CITY OF GRUENE
Gruene, known for the "oldest Texas dance hall", also offers much to do. Live music can be found nightly at any one of the several venues. Shopping is plentiful around the town square.
The restaurants offer fine dining or casual settings, with wine bars all within walking distance.
Shopping can be found in abundance around Camp Milagro. New Braunfels offers everything from full-sized grocery stores to antique shopping to gift & clothing stores. Within a short drive, the famous outlet malls of San Marcos or the numerous shopping venues in San Antonio can be found.
Centrally located, Camp Milagro is located within 15-20 minutes of Downtown New Braunfels, the City of Gruene and Canyon Lake.
About a 30 minute drive, you can easily be in the historic city of Wimberley or the outlet malls of San Marco.
And just a little further down the road, the city of San Antonio can be found, offering all the amenities of a big city; plus the sights and culture of its history.
Local wineries are plentiful throughout the Hill Country area. Tours can be set up or venture off on your own to check out the best Texas has to offer.