Enjoy Group Adventures on Lady Bird Lake in Austin, TX!

Paddleboard, kayak, and canoe rental available by advance reservation.

Boathouse Location: 34 Robert T. Martinez Jr. St., Austin, TX 78702

Schedule your adventure today!


SUP/Canoe/Kayak Lessons:

1.5 hours

General Skill Building:

SUP, Canoe, or Kayak
Ages: 7+
1.5 hours

SUP Group Celebrations:

Birthdays, anniversaries, proposals, bachelor/bachelorette parties, etc.
Ages: 7+
2 hours

Custom Teambuilding & Leadership:

Cost based on program
& number of participants
Ages: 18+ for professional groups
2 hours to 10 hours

Board Meetings:

Creativity flourishes when outdoors!
Get out of the office, and discover a new way to network,
pitch, brainstorm, and communicate ideas and projects.
Ages: 18+ for professional groups
1.5 hours

Directions to the Boathouse on Lady Bird Lake

Scroll down for location and parking tips.

Location Tips

GPS will bring you to the entrance of a parking lot next to Camacho Activity Center, pull into this parking lot. About 100 yards on your right-hand side, there will be a white Expedition School flag on the fence, as well, as an address placard which reads “34”. Look for The Expedition School flag and white pop-up canopies near the shipping containers that are across the parking lot from the baseball fields.


You can park in our lot or along the street. If there are big events happening at Fiesta Gardens, or if baseball tournaments are occurring, you will likely need to park on the streets nearby (Jesse E. Segovia or Robert T. Martinez Jr. Streets).


Do you have restrooms?

Washrooms are located across the parking lot, and are managed by the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department.

Are you ADA accessible?

Our services and facilities are accessible and welcoming to people with disabilities! We have a parking ramp that leads into a paved sidewalk down to our dock.

Our dock that we share with the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department is professionally designed with accessible features to assist in getting on and off of the water in your paddlecraft.

What should I wear?
  • weather appropriate paddling clothes (preferably synthetic, no cotton) or bathing suit with cover up clothing, depending on conditions
  • water shoes (Chacos, flip flops, old running shoes)
  • all sunglasses/glasses and hats should be attached to your person
What should I bring?
  • ID
  • water
  • snacks
  • any pertinent and current medication (EpiPen, inhaler). Please let Expedition School guides know who is carrying what, and why, so we can be an advocate and assist with these medications!
  • cell phone (in protective, waterproof floating case)
  • sunscreen
  • towel
  • head lamp (for evening paddles)
Not Allowed:
  • alcohol
  • cigarettes, etc.
  • glass
  • styrofoam
  • pets
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