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Guadalupe River State Park: Stay Off the River Wednesday

In this image from May 30, flow rates on the Guadalupe River in Guadalupe River State Park were around 600 cubic feet/second (cfs). They reached 700 cfs today. Facebook image.

On Facebook today, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department’s (TPWD) Guadalupe River State Park (GRSP) warns recreationalists against tubing or swimming in the Guadalupe River in Spring Branch.

Following recent rains, flow rates are around 700 cubic feet/second (cfs).

“Nice” tubing rates are around 200 cfs, an administrator posted. Before the rains, the river was flowing at around 140 cfs.

“Water is muddy and floating debris is likely,” GRSP said. “River use is always at your own risk but we recommend not swimmng or tubing at this time.”

To learn more about flow rates and possible river conditions at GRSP for tubes, rafts and canoes or kayaks, click here.

Rains on Tuesday resulted in the closure of some of the park’s trails.

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