Shenandoah River Conditions
Current River Status
Last updated July 16, 2019
|Front Royal Gauge Reading:||1.66 feet inside the gauging station|
|Cubic Feet per Second (CFS):||927|
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:||82 Degrees|
|Paddling Conditions:||This morning the river has dropped into the lower part of the Normal Range, a good level for floating and enjoying the river. We suggest starting your trips early to beat the heat and any afternoon storms that may pop up. Be prepared, check the local weather link at the bottom of the page. Those that want to fish or just float along should consider taking a shorter trip so that you wont be pressed for time to complete your trip before closing time. Be sure to exercise extra caution at all rapids, especially Compton, the Ledge & Karo rapid. 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.