This page describes Texas' Guadalupe River and lists selected fishing guide services, campgrounds, rv parks, resorts, bed and breakfast, and other services.
Guadalupe River Links
|Upper Guadalupe River Authority|
|Texas Parks and Wildlife Analysis||Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority|
|Canyon Lake||Guadalupe River Park and Gardens|
|Guadalupe State Park||Trout Unlimited - Guadalupe River|
The Guadalupe's principal tributaries are the Comal and the San Marcos rivers. Its drainage area is about 6,070 square miles. The upper Guadalupe flows across part of the Edwards Plateau. High limestone bluffs support bald cypress, mesquite, and grasses. The Balcones fault line, which the river crosses near New Braunfels, marks the transition to the coastal plains. Sections of the upper and middle reaches of the river are suitable for canoeing, but a number of small waterfalls prevent uninterrupted navigation of the entire river. The lower Guadalupe is generally much quieter and has more sand bars that lend themselves to camping and day use.
Guadalupe River Services
|Guadalupe Trout Guadalupe River fly fishing.||Roddy Tree Ranch Guadalupe River cabin rentals||Your Business here|
|Mountain Breeze Guadalupe River Outifitter, Campground, Cabins.||Meyer Bed and Breakfast On Cypress Creek - Comfort, Texas.||Elm Cottage Bed and Breakfast Kerrville, Texas.|
|Hideout Cabins on the Guadalupe - New Braunfels, Texas.||In the Hills Fishing Guadalupe River fly fishing.|
|Your Business here||Kuebler Waldrip Haus B&B New Braunfels, Texas||River Oaks Lodge Bed and Breakfast|
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