Planning a float trip can be almost as much fun as the trip itself. Pick from the easy choices below to get started.
#1 by San kestron - June 5th, 2011 at 18:58
I’m planing on going on a floating trip with some friends sometimes this month. I have been to one before, I think it was past the lake of ozark. I would lobe to go to that same if you can help me.
#2 by Phil Nordstrom - October 6th, 2011 at 20:23
I would love to take my son on an extended float trip covering the entire current river. Can anybody suggest a canoe rental place that would accommodate that kind of trip?
#3 by audrey - May 22nd, 2012 at 10:38
i have never been on a float trip ive heard they are fun i’ld like to go in the next 2 weeks ,ive heard the black river is one of the best,…. help
#4 by admin - May 23rd, 2012 at 17:00
Hi Audrey, the Black River sure is a good one to try. Here’s a link to the outfitters on the Black River http://www.floatmissouri.com/plan/outfitter/ Have fun on your float!
#5 by Sherrie Johnson - June 3rd, 2012 at 08:18
I have never been a float trip and want to go with like a few friends(about 4 or 5 besides me) and I know I want to float all day, being able to stop and cook food and then float some more and then at the end, get in our cars and go home. Where and who do I need to contact? Im from Indiana and moved to Arnold MO and have no clue what rivers/packages are good. Kinda wanna go sometime before 3 week in July. (Im going home to Indiana by then. lol)
#6 by cindy - June 4th, 2012 at 18:02
Am looking for a place that has cabins, we’re in Fenton area. It would be about 12 mothers and daughters over 21 and we can be loud Any suggestions?
#7 by Linda - June 6th, 2012 at 13:06
you may not want to “cook” while on the float trip. most just take stuff for sandwiches or premade sandwiches, chips, Snickers on a float are a must! Most people do not want to drive after they have been on the river all day – consider camping or staying in a cabin or lodge when you get out of the river. Rafting Company, Birds Nest, Bass River Resort – all are good/great places to float. Bass River float the Courtois. At Birds Nest – they have a great swimming hole at the camp ground. Birds Nest and Rafting Company have a float that will take you by a cold water spring – lots of fun to stop here and see if you can stand the really really cold water!! Good luck!!
#8 by Ish - July 5th, 2012 at 14:59
What are a couple of the best family friendly places to float in MO?
#9 by Stephanie - January 28th, 2013 at 11:45
I love in OK, every year my friends and I go to Noel, MO to float the Elk River. We always stay at River Ranch Resort and they are great! I would not recommend this place for children, however. ERR has a FB page. Check then out.
#10 by Jono - May 16th, 2013 at 13:05
Hi all, I have a canoe and just looking for some info regarding which outfitters in MO are the cheapest/most accomodating to transport pirvate canoes/people
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