Shenandoah River Conditions

Current River Status


Last updated June 25, 2019

Front Royal Gauge Reading: 1.67 feet inside the gauging station
Cubic Feet per Second (CFS): 939
River Level:

Normal

The ideal paddling level. Lots of nice rapids to play in. 1.7 to 2.29 feet on the Front Royal Gauge.

Morning River Temperature: 78 Degrees
Paddling Conditions: This morning the river is in the middle of the Normal Range, an awesome level for running any of our trips. Be sure to exercise extra caution at all rapids, especially Compton, the Ledge & Karo rapids. Don't miss hitting the river while the conditions are so great. We are open for trips 7 days a week until November 3rd. Join us out here in the Shenandoah Valley this week for some fun in the outdoors!
Remember to bring plenty of drinking water, snacks, sunscreen, shoes that you can wear in the river, and a change of clothes. Also, remember to always wear your life vest!
Our store is open 7 days a week for those looking for canoes, kayaks & paddlesports gear.
NOTE: Be advised that river conditions can change rapidly with sudden storms or heavy rain in the upper watershed. Also, water temperature can vary as much as six degrees or more in a single day.

Cubic Feet per Second (CFS)

Front Royal Gauge

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Learn more about current fishing conditions, the local weather forecast, and view streamflow data for the entire basin.

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