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Category: Guadalupe River Trip 2014
  1. What are the dates for the 2014 trip?
  2. Where is our camping sites located?
  3. Do we have to arrive by a certain date or time?
  4. Can we bring our own tubing/rafting equipment?
  5. How much does it cost to camp out?
  6. How much does it cost to rent tubes and rafts?
  7. If I stay at a near by hotel do I have to pay to get into the campground?
  8. How will we get to the drop off for the Saturday float?
  9. Why and where do we have to RSVP?
  10. How do we reserve a camp site?
  11. Are RV’s allowed?
  12. What time are we starting the group float Saturday?
  13. How long does the float last?
  14. What campground will the trip be at?
  15. I heard the campground has cabins how do I reserve one?
  16. Are there showers at the campground?
  17. How do we reserve a full hook up rv/pop-up site?
  18. We will be camping what should we bring?
  19. Can we park where we camp?
  20. How do you plan to keep people out of our area who do not belong?
  21. Will there be music?
  22. Can we have a camp fire?
  23. Can we bring a generator?
  24. How can I order t-shirts or any of the other stuff for the river trip?
  25. Do we have to fallow the new City of New Braunfels laws?
  26. What time is check in and check out at the campground?
  27. Is there a bar and grill at the campground?
  28. Do the campsites have electric and water?
  29. Does it cost more to come on Thursday the 19th?
  30. Are there any hotels or motels near by?
  31. Are cooler tubes included in the price this year?
  32. Will ice be available at the campground store?
  33. Can we save spots for friends that are coming later?
  34. Is nudity allowed in our area of the campground, if so, how much nudity and when and where is it allowed? Will there be a playspace or is up to the individual couples to find a place to play?
  35. We are wondering what the river policy is on alcohol on the river. Is it bottles only this year? No cans or glass?
  36. Are pets allowed in the camp area.
  37. Is there going to be a Pot Luck Dinner this year?
  38. Are jello shots allowed on the river?
  39. Can we run a small AC if we have a campsite with electricity?
  40. Is nudity allowed in the river?
  41. Is it OK to have sex or adult play in the river?



  1. What are the dates for the 2014 trip?
    The dates are: June 20th-22nd
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  2. Where is our camping sites located?
    Just about all the area to the left of the office and bathhouse. Over 2 acres the whole left side of the campground.
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  3. Do we have to arrive by a certain date or time?
    No, some people will be arriving on Thursday afternoon, but the official start date is June 2oth. On the 20th you can show up at any time during the day but if you have to set up camp we are asking that you do not come any later the midnight.
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  4. Can we bring our own tubing/rafting equipment?
    No, sorry the campground has asked us not to bring our own equipment. You can however bring pool type floats to put in the river at our area, just nothing that could be used to float the length of the river.
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  5. How much does it cost to camp out?
    Camping Fri-Sun is $100 per couple and $50 per single and includes tube rental for the Sat group float and one tube for your cooler. RV's with full hook up spots pay an extra $10 per spot per day and anyone camping before Fri or after Sun will pay an extra $10 per person per day.
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  6. How much does it cost to rent tubes and rafts?
    If you are camping for the weekend your tube rental is included for the group float on Saturday. But, if you would like to up grade to a raft it is an added cost of $15 per person. If you are not camping for the weekend tubes are $15 each and rafts are 25% off regular price.
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  7. If I stay at a near by hotel do I have to pay to get into the campground?
    There is no cost if you are not camping at Mountain Breeze and want to come hang out with the group (Get with a host so they can give you KOS wristbands)...But BE WARNED...The campground will most likely ask you to leave before 10PM. To avoid this we encourage everyone check in at the office and pay the $100 per couple ($50 per single) for the weekend. In doing so...you will have all the same perks and privileges as everyone else including a parking pass to come and go as you please and recieve tubes for the group float on Saturday.
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  8. How will we get to the drop off for the Saturday float?
    The campground will provide transportation to the drop off location or pick up spot. If you choice to float past the campground they will pick you up at the end of your trip as long as it is within they operations area.
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  9. Why and where do we have to RSVP?
    To RSVP you can do it on our website or if you are member of a “Lifestyle” website you can do it there. Most of the larger swinger’s sites have this event listed and have there own RSVP list. The reason it’s so important to RSVP is that we use these lists for check in at the campground. It is just on of the measures we use to make sure no outsiders camp in our area and if you’re not on the list we have to come to the office and verify that you are who you say you are.
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  10. How do we reserve a camp site?
    You don’t, all camp sites are first come first get. The only spots we reserve are the full hook up RV spots and they have all been filled. Don’t worry though; we have plenty of room for everyone who shows up. (Over 2 Acres)
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  11. Are RV’s allowed?
    Yes. Our area of the camp ground has five full hook up sites (all these spots are full this year). Once those are full RV’s are welcome in the open field area of the campground. There is no electric or water in that area but generators are welcome and there is plenty of room for everyone. Before you park please come get a host so they can direct you to the right area.
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  12. What time are we starting the group float Saturday?
    We are asking everyone to be ready and making there way to the meeting area for the shuttle to the drop off location or the river entrance in our area (depending where we put in each year) by 11am. If we get shuttled the meeting area will be at the corner of the open field area closest to the bathhouse. We will be making several trips to the drop off location, so please don’t rush, make sure you have all the gear you will need (sunscreen, coolers, ECT…)
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  13. How long does the float last?
    That depends on were you get out and the flow of the river. Generally the trip takes about 4 to 6 hours but I've seen it take only 2 hours.
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  14. What campground will the trip be at?
    Mountain Breeze, its one of the larger campgrounds and outfitters on the river.
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  15. I heard the campground has cabins how do I reserve one?
    Yes, Mountain Breeze has small one room cabins with a bed, light and an AC for rent, but they go very quick. (All cabins have been rented out this year). To reserve a cabin you have to contact Mountain Breeze and ask for Paul (830) 964-2484. ALL CABIN HAVE ALREADY BEEN RESERVED!!!
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  16. Are there showers at the campground?
    Yes, there is a huge bath house in the campground. Both the men’s and women’s have I believe 10 showers each. Sorry, no coed showers!...LOL
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  17. How do we reserve a full hook up rv/pop-up site?
    We only have 5 full hook up rv/pop-up sites. These sites go very fast, those who had a site the previous year has first priority. They have two weeks once we post that years event date to contact us to confirm. After the end of the two weeks, any sites still open will go to who ever contacts us first.
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  18. We will be camping what should we bring?
    Besides the normal camping stuff like tent, bed, cooler, ect. The best rule of thumb to go by is if you think you might need it and you have the room to bring it, then BRING IT!
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  19. Can we park where we camp?
    No, there is parking all along the open field area so that makes it very easy for people camping in that area. There is a horse shoes shaped drop off for the lower camp sites but there is no parking near the lower area. There is one exception to the parking, if you have a RV then you may stay hooked to the RV or you must park in the parking area.
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  20. How do you plan to keep people out of our area who do not belong?
    We have addressed this a couple of different ways. One the campground will have wrist bands all of which will be the same color for our group. We will also have our own KOS wrist bands. The camp ground will advise everyone not in our area that our side is off limits and provide security if someone happens to wonder in.
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  21. Will there be music?
    Yes, there will either be a dj or some sort of sound system in the common area of our campground.
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  22. Can we have a camp fire?
    Yes you can but it has to be in a self contained fire pit that is off the ground.
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  23. Can we bring a generator?
    Yes, as a matter of fact if you are camping in the open field area you will need it if you want to have electricity.
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  24. How can I order t-shirts or any of the other stuff for the river trip?
    There are no shirt orders being taken for this year due to low interest. You can order KOS logo items and past event wears at www.zazzle.com/sissy4u69
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  25. Do we have to fallow the new City of New Braunfels laws?
    Yes and no. From where we start our float all the way to the camp ground is out of the city limits of New Braunfels, so in that area they do not apply. But, if you continue your float past the campground the new laws will apply.
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  26. What time is check in and check out at the campground?
    Friday the 25th you may arrive at anytime and check out is on Sunday the 27th, we must be out by mid-afternoon. If you are arriving on Thursday the 24th you can not arrive any earlier then mid-afternoon.
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  27. Is there a bar and grill at the campground?
    Yes. There is a bar/game room and a walk up grill in the camp ground. The bar/game room has pool tables and a few other games, it sells beer, wine coolers, and setup (please leave those thing at your campsite) but will allow you to bring your own hard liquor in. The grill is outside beside the office and will be open most days for hamburgers and such.
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  28. Do the campsites have electric and water?
    The lower camping area does have electric but no water. The open field area doesn’t have either so if you want electricity you must bring a generator.
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  29. Does it cost more to come on Thursday the 19th?
    Yes, it is an extra $10 per person/per day and the campground’s normal arrival times apply.
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  30. Are there any hotels or motels near by?
    Not exactly near by but there are a lot of them in New Braunfels. We have a few of them listed on the river trip page of our website.
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  31. Are cooler tubes included in the price this year?
    Yes, each couple can get one tube for there cooler if they wish to use one.
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  32. Will ice be available at the campground store?
    Yes, The campground sells ice...a lot of ice. So they always have plenty and the price is as low or better then most stores around the area.
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  33. Can we save spots for friends that are coming later?
    Only if you have their tent and set it up for them. This helps us in two ways; one we know how large or small their tent is so that we can maximize the space for other tents. Two if you have their tent they are more likely to show up and you are not holding a spot for someone who never shows up.
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  34. Is nudity allowed in our area of the campground, if so, how much nudity and when and where is it allowed? Will there be a playspace or is up to the individual couples to find a place to play?
    During the day in the lower area, please limit the nudity to topless but at night full nudity is ok. I the upper area please keep the nudity reserved for after dark and then to a minimum. As for a play area…it is up to the individual to take any private play to their tent or RV.
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  35. We are wondering what the river policy is on alcohol on the river. Is it bottles only this year? No cans or glass?
    There is no change that I can find from past years. The area of the river where our group float takes place is up river from New Braunfels so there new rules do not apply unless you float past our campground. Go to http://www.riversportstubes.com/Guadalupe_and_Comal_River_Rules.html There you will find all the rules for both sides of the river. We will be fallowing the rules in blue.
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  36. Are pets allowed in the camp area.
    No, sorry pets are not allowed at the campground.
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  37. Is there going to be a Pot Luck Dinner this year?
    No, sorry.
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  38. Are jello shots allowed on the river?
    No open plastic containers of 5 fluid ounces or less are permitted on Comal County rivers (which includes the Guadalupe River). Reference to 5 oz. plastic containers usually refers to "Jello Shots" in 5 oz. or smaller plastic containers. Jello Shots have NOT been outlawed, only containers that are 5 ounces or smaller have been banned. You can still bring your Jello Shots in containers larger that 5 ounces.
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  39. Can we run a small AC if we have a campsite with electricity?
    We will no longer be allowing air conditioning units to be run in the lower camping area. The circuits just can't handle that kind of load, they are wired to power lights and fans. You may use an AC in the upper field area with a generator.
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  40. Is nudity allowed in the river?
    No...total nudity is not allowed on any part of the river. Generally being topless is OK while in the water in from of our area, but if young ones are floating pass we ask that you turn away, cover up, or hide by sinking lower in the water.
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  41. Is it OK to have sex or adult play in the river?
    No!....It is never acceptable to conduct any sex act on the public waters of the Guadalupe River!!! If you are caught in an act the campground has full authority to remove you from their property!
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