About This Event
Sourcing from various small creeks in rural Webster County, the Niangua River is a hidden gem located not too far away from Springfield. It flows north-northwest for 125 miles until it empties into the Lake of the Ozarks. The Niangua is known for being a paradise for fishing. However, if fishing is not your thing, this river is still a must-float!
The Niangua River stays relatively cool year round thanks to the many springs that feed into it. So spend a hot July weekend day with us floating down one of the coolest rivers in the state! We will spend the beginning of the day on the river, enjoying nature at its finest. After our float, we will stop by a local brewery to unwind and reminisce on our awesome summer adventure.
Registration includes transportation, equipment, and expert guides. *Kids 12 and under need to be on a tandem kayak with an adult.