For friends and family, church and scout groups, beginners and experts alike, all will enjoy the Caddo. The river has several really good swimming holes, and places to fish along the way, but Class I and II rapids are frequent and help do much of the "paddling" for you. In the late summer you may have to do more of the paddling yourself, but generally the Caddo stays a pretty good float, and in fact it's one of the most consistent floating rivers in Arkansas.
Reviewed May 1, 2018
"My wife and I floated the Caddo for the first time this past Saturday, and I wanted to thank everyone there for a great experience! The river was beautiful, the canoes were in good shape, and everyone from the front desk to the river were all very nice. We can’t wait to come back for another float! We also enjoyed the festival downtown before we left! One of the most enjoyable trips we’ve taken. Thank you so much!"
- Alan Shepard | Image One | Manager – Adventure and Resort Lines
Shuttling your boat on Narrows to Glenwood typical route cash discounted rate is $20 for 1st boat and $15 for each additional boat on the same invoice. Taking alternate routes or multiple routes will add additional charges. Please call us to specifically price.
* The alternate low water route adds $5 per boat to rate above.
CASH DISCOUNTED PRICES ARE LISTED - ADD 3.0% for CREDIT PAYMENTS
CANOES - Caddo Gap Route 5.25 or higher water level.
$50 each or $45 group rate for 5 or more canoes/kayaks
prices already include life jackets, paddles, the standard 7-8 mile shuttle, and tax!
CANOES - 2nd Day Rental
$35 per canoe on 2nd day for floaters who paddle two days with us when paid together with the first day.
This is our most popular float by far! It is 7.5 miles and takes approximately 4-5 hours. Most convenient route.
When the water is too low for the Caddo Gap route above, we use an alternate low water route that is 4 miles long. It is $5 higher per boat.
This alternate route is a great little trip when the water is too low for the upper section in Caddo Gap. It is 4 miles and takes about 2-3 hours. It is a great sections to teach younger kids to paddle. This has become a favorite of some of our customers during the peak summer months.
This route is 8 miles of river where the rapids become tamer and the pools lengthen. The good gravel bars along the riverbanks make excellent primitive campsites for overnight trippers. Takes 4-7 hours. Available on Sunday-Friday. This one is not available on Saturday's during May-August.
Reservations are recommended for the weekends. Reservations may be made ON-LINE by clicking on the green BOOK NOW button below or by phoning our office between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., 7 days a week (870) 356-5336.
If we cant get to the phone, leave a message and we will call you back shortly. A credit card is needed to hold the boats for you, but will not be charged in advance. There will be a $15 per boat late cancel or no show fee charged if you cancel less than 24 hours before the date of the reservation.
Canoes will only be held until 11 am of the reserved date unless we are notified of a later arrival time in advance.
Please click on the link below to be sure you're familiar with the things you can and can not have on the river. We do provide each floater with life jackets and mesh bags.
All paddling times given are approximate and will vary according to weather, water conditions, and the progress paddlers make down the river. You may spend as long as you like paddling and enjoying your trip, but we do require all one-days trip to return rented equipment before 6:00 p.m. or a $30 per boat, per 30 minutes, late fees may be charged.