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Difficulty II-III
Length 3.3 Miles
Gauge Brushy Ck at Kenney Fort Blvd at Round Rock, TX
Flow Range 300 - 2000 CFS
Flow Rate as of: 41 minutes ago 145 [CFS] ℹ️
Reach Info Last Updated 07/08/2015 6:59 am

River Description

Another play run below Round Rock, which can be combined with the stretch from Veterans Park Dam to CR 122 for a total of 8 miles.  Texas Whitewater describes some "small ledge drops" and "nice waves."  More specific beta needed.

Distances and gradient measured using GIS tools in 2015.


The ledge below CR 122 and Dave's Rock below 685 change character with very little change in water level.  6 inches is a big change for these features, and they need to be scouted before playing.  Both features are great play spots at various levels but can also change quickly.

Rapid Descriptions

CR 122 (Red Bud Ln)

Class - N/A Mile - 0
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Possible parking/access point at the low-water crossing on the downstream side of CR 122 (beta needed.)

CR 123 (Low-Water Crossing)

Class - N/A Mile - 1.56
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A low-water crossing and dam structure may pose a hazard at certain levels.

S. H. 130

Class - N/A Mile - 2.68
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Reference point

FM 685

Class - N/A Mile - 3.29
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Public access/parking available at HYSA Texans Park at Riverwalk, downstream of the bridge on river right.


Gage Descriptions

Visual scouting info:

If the water is at the low water crossing at CR 122, it is floatable.  If it's making a wave there, it should be fun, and if it's way above it, it should be a blast.

Beta needed to correlate visual scouting info to actual flows at the Kenney Fort Blvd gauge.  The listed range of flows is an uneducated guess, since the gauge is new.


Directions Description

<p>Putin directions: Take I35 North from Austin to Highway 79 Taylor Hutto exit. Take a right, go about 4 miles and take a right on CR 122. The bridge put in is right there.</p>

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County to Vote to Extend Closure on Guadalupe Tonight (TX)

Jason Robertson

The Comal County Commissioner's Court is taking measures that will restrict access to the Guadalupe River indefinitely. AW's primary objective on the Guadalupe is to restore access as soon as possible and to make sure that boater access does not impede on-going rescue and recovery efforts.



Matt Muir


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