Shenandoah River Conditions
Current River Status
Last updated September 16, 2021
|River Gauge Readings:||1.70 at Front Royal Gauge|
|Cubic Feet per Second (CFS):||975 CFS at Front Royal Gauge|
Normal Range - 1.2 to 1.69 on the Front Royal Gauge
Watercraft may bump and scrape some, paddlers may have to step out of their watercraft from time to time. Trips take a little longer. 1.2 to 1.69 feet on the Front Royal Gauge.
|Morning River Temperature:||77 Degrees|
|Paddling Conditions:||This morning the river is in the lower part of the Normal Range, a good paddling level. For today (9/16) we are running canoes, kayaks, rafts, tubes and paddle boards. The State Park trips are once again starting to get a little bony (low in the McCoy's Ford area). Current hours of operation are: 9 am to 5 pm weekdays and 8 am to 6 pm weekends.
Wearing a ZIPPED UP LIFE VEST IS A MUST at all times while on the water. Remember to bring plenty of drinking water, snacks, sunscreen, shoes that you can wear in the river, and a change of clothes. Remember to always wear your life vest!
COVID POLICY - We still have enhanced cleaning of all vehicles and equipment after each use and strongly recommend that all guests wear a face mask while in our store and shuttle vehicles. Shuttle drivers have the discretion to allow guests to ride the shuttle without a mask as long as all guests in the shuttle are comfortable with unmasked riders. Have fun & stay safe!
Our online eCommerce store is open and we are shipping orders or making items available for in store pickup.