White River Kayaking and Outdoors offers kayak, canoe, paddleboard (SUP) and bike rentals in Branson Missouri. We are conveniently located in Historic Downtown Bransonproviding quick and easy access to Table Rock Lake,Lake TaneycomoandBull Shoals Lake. Our location is also ideal for biking in Branson ~ stop by the shop and our staff will help you discover your path.
Whether a beginner or an expert, White River lakes make the perfect setting for kayaking, paddleboarding, and canoeing. View an assortment of wildlife or try catching a variety of fish. As Spring brings 'new life', there is no better way to enjoy an adventure in theOzark Mountains than by kayaking, canoeing, paddleboarding or biking.
Upon your departure from White River Kayaking & Outdoors, you will be fitted with the proper size life jacket and given a map of the local waterways. We drop you off and pick you up at the end of your float.
There are several routes from which you can choose, depending on the desired length of your adventure, or simply enjoy paddling around theBranson Landingwhile exploring nearby creeks.
Singleand tandem kayaks, as well as canoe rentals fortwoandthree peopleare available. White River Kayaking & Outdoors also provides stand up paddleboards (SUPs), great for paddling around Table Rock's Moonshine Beach or the Branson Landing area of Lake Taneycomo. Bike rentals available so you can better enjoy the parks and trails in the Branson/ Lakes Area.
White River Kayaking and Outdoors encourages the outdoor enthusiast in all of us and is a big supporter of the Ozarks outdoors. The Branson/Lakes Area offers over 200 miles of spectacular hiking, biking and horseback-riding trails. Including the
popular Ruth and Paul Henning Conservation Area, located on Highway 76 West between Branson and Indian Point. Trails that nature and wildlife enthusiast are sure to enjoy. Another favorite is the Lakeside Wilderness Hiking Trail, located in a Branson City park that borders an undeveloped portion of Lake Taneycomo and is easily accessible from the Highway 76 strip. The Table Rock Lakeshore Trail is 2.2 miles and connects the Dewey Short Visitor Center to the Showboat Branson Belle. This is a paved trail and is accessible by foot and open to bikes, wheelchairs and skateboard use as well.
Missouri's seemingly "magical" Mark Twain National Forest offers visitors a wealth of outdoor recreational opportunities around the Branson/Lakes Area with more than 75,000 acres of national forest in both Stone and Taney Counties. Significant hiking and biking trails are in the Piney Creek Wilderness and the Hercules Glades Wilderness, which encompass some of the most scenic and unique country in the Midwest.
Dogwood Canyon Nature Park is a privately-owned 10,000 acre park located southwest of Branson on Highway 86. It offers breath taking views and miles of paved walking, biking and hiking trails.
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White River Kayaking Gifts and Souvenirs
Our Signature Shirt pictured above: "everyone needs a good paddlin' now & then"
Stop by our shop located in Downtown Branson to check out the new White River clothing line specifically designed for the "outdoorsy in you"!