Get Wet at Fort Niangua River Resort
Float trips are a fun way to spend the day out on the Niangua River. At Fort Niangua River Resort, we offer the widest variety of rafts, canoes, kayak rentals, and tubes in Lebanon, MO. Once you are in your water vessel of choice, let the river take you downstream. You can enjoy the sites and sounds of the forest around you. Float trips last between 3 to 8 hours depending on the trip you pick. No matter what trip you decide to take, please remember to wear plenty of sunscreen!
*NO Dogs in Rafts
*NO Glass on River or Campground
*ONLY Standard size coolers allowed
Need to do an overnight stay for your next water adventure?
Stay in one of our cabin rentals or at our campground.
Pricing does not include tax
*Transfer of deposits are NOT permitted
Saturday – $45.00 +tax
Weekday – $35.00 +tax
Saturday – $35.00 +tax
Weekday – $30.00 +tax
4-Man $105.00 Saturday/$90.00 Weekdays
6-Man 145.00 Saturday/$125.00 Weekdays
8-Man $180 Saturday/$155 Weekdays
10-Man $220.00 Saturday/$195.00 Weekdays
Saturday – $25.00 +tax
Weekday – $20.00 +tax
Riverfront to North Riverfront Take Out – 8 Miles
Moon Valley to Riverfront – 7 Miles
Fort Niangua to Riverfront – 3.5 Miles
Riverfront to NRO 5 miles
Trip available depending on water conditions
In the event of severe weather or high water, Fort Niangua will offer the choice of a 50% refund on deposits paid or the opportunity to reschedule. If the rain stops, or the river is navigable by noon, deposits will not be refunded. Typically, heavy rains in other areas of the state do not affect the Niangua river.
To ensure that your equipment is available on the days you wish to float, we suggest you make reservations as far in advance as possible. A deposit of $20 per canoe, kayak and tube per day, or $50 per raft per day is required for reservations.
You must inform Fort Niangua one week in advance of any changes or cancellations less a 25% service charge. If the cancellation is less than one week prior to your arrival date your deposit will be forfeited. Prices are subject to change without notice.
For your safety, the Niangua River is patrolled by the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Missouri Conservation Department.