Overnight Kayak Camping Trip

Paddle to a place under the stars and unreachable by cars to camp for a night.

Activity Level: 3  | Days: 2  | Group Size: 2-12  | Price: $195 per person


We take you on a few hour kayak excursion to a remote campsite for one night. We provide meals, transportation, tents, activities, kayaks, and campfire fun. You only need your personal items, we supply all the equipment. We are the only Adventure company offering this level of experience in North Texas.

  • Overnight Kayaking Excursion
  • Kayak to Private Beach and Campsites
  • 3 Meals Included
  • Campfires, Activities
  • Up to 12 Persons


Day 1 – Orientation is on Saturday afternoon at 2p. We load up the kayaks with our gear and head out on for a 2 hr kayak trip. We tour Lake Texoma, teach a little history and fun facts about the lake, and arrive at our destination to setup camp. After you get setup in the provided tents, we get together for dinner and a campfire.

Day 2 – Breakfast and morning activities. We eat lunch, soak up some sun, then head back to our departure point.

Note on Itinerary

Although we do our best to adhere to the schedule listed above, this itinerary is subject to change for numerous reasons beyond our control.

What's Included and What to Bring

We make this trip fun, informational, and unique… We handle all the ‘work’ (besides paddling the kayak, we can’t do that for you) but you really just have to show up with your personal items and be ready for an adventure.

Below is a list of what we include and stuff you should think about bringing.

  • FOOD - We include Dinner on Day 1 and Breakfast and Lunch on Day 2. If you are a snacker, bring stuff with you. If you have special dietary restrictions (vegan, vegetarian, gluten free) let us know as we can accommodate most requests.
  • WATER - There is not potable water at our campsite. We recommend you bring at least 1 liter per person per day.
  • SLEEPING - We provide a place to lay your head at night. This could be tents or hammocks depending on the weather. Most tents are double occupancy and we do our best to put couples together. We make sure if you are traveling solo that your roommate is same-gender. If you do not wish to share accommodations, there is a $25 single supplement fee.
  • ALCOHOL - We offer a glass of wine with dinner. If you would like additional wine, liquors, or beer you will be responsible for bringing it yourself
  • GEAR - We provide everything you'll need to kayak safely including kayak, paddle, life jacket, and whistle. We recommend you put you use a waterproof bag for your overnight pack and anything you don't want to get wet (think cell phones!). We recommend a retaining strap for you sunglasses and especially if you have prescription glasses. You will get wet!
  • SUN AND BUGS - Since you'll be outdoors on the water, you'll want sunscreen and insect repellent.
  • DRY CLOTHES - As we mentioned in the GEAR section, you will most likely get wet, either by choice or by circumstance. We recommend you bring a set of dry clothes and a towel to make the trip a little more enjoyable.
  • RAINJACKET - It's Texas. It could rain at a moment's notice. Always good to be prepared for that afternoon shower.
  • WATER SHOES - This is your call, but having shoes that can get wet is always a plus. When we get to the beach at our destinations, there's a good chance you'll have to get in the water to unload.
  • ATTITUDE - You're signing up for an adventure. As such, there's a little work, a little uncertainty, and the possibility for the unexpected to occur. We want you to come with a positive mental attitude and be able to roll with the punches.

Upcoming Dates

No current trips scheduled. Trips will start in April so check back soon.

Private Trip?

If you're looking to do this as company, family, or group of friends we can arrange a private trip with a minimum of 8 people. Contact Us for more info.

Frequently Asked Questions

Although Lake Texoma Adventures is a new venture, Texoma Destinations (our parent company), has been around since 2007. Our staff is experienced outdoor enthusiasts and lovers of Lake Texoma. We know the lake better than most folks that have lived here their whole life. We are travelers, adventures, and teachers. We know how to be safe, have fun, and share our passion for what we do.

It depends on demand. From April to October, we will have at least one trip for each activity per month… In the peak summertime, we may have more.

Currently, calling us at 903.361.8500 is the best way to find out more information, including dates, total cost, and to actually book.

We require a 50% deposit upon booking with the balance due prior to the trip.

We require 14 days advance notice to cancel your trip. If you cancel within those 14 days  closest to your trip date, you will either a) be able to move your trip once to another date; or b) forfeit your deposit.

Should we cancel due to weather concerns, lack of attendance, or force majeure, you will be refunded the full deposit.

Texas weather is notoriously unpredictable although we’re pretty good at an educated guess. We’ve seen 100% chance of rain turn into a beautiful weekend and we’ve seen a sunny forecast turn ugly in a matter of hours.

Safety is ALWAYS our #1 and #2 priority… We don’t ever want to put anyone in harm’s way. That being said, we typically do not cancel trips due to an inclement weather forecast. A little rain never hurt anyone. We will keep you up-to-date as your trip date approaches if we have any concerns about weather and safety.

Should we cancel a trip due to weather, you will have the option to reschedule for a later date or to receive a refund on your deposit.

We try and spell out things you need and things we include above. There are a few simple traveling tips we recommend…

  1. Travel Light – Pack the essentials. Heavy bags become a burden on everyone.
  2. Travel Safe – Make sure you have any medications, prescription glasses, and protection (sunscreen, bug spray, etc) that you might need.
  3. Travel Smart – You’re on an adventure… whether thats a few hours on a boat or a few days camping… Be informed and make good decisions. This is simple stuff like making sure you have cameras and batteries, to letting someone know where you’re going and what you’re doing.
  4. Be Legal – We do not allow any weapons or drugs on our trips. Even if you have a CHL or equivalent, we don’t allow firearms. We are on government property most of the time. We will most likely encounter law enforcement for vessel safety checks on the water. We like to be legal and demand the same from you.

Sorry… We’re pet lovers too but we don’t allow pets of any kind on any of our trips. Thanks for understanding.

Our team works hard and is dedicated to making sure you are safe and have fun. Tipping is customary for your guides, captain, and crew.

We also want to know what we did right and where we can improve so we would love your feedback. If we did something wrong, let us know immediately, if we did something right we sure would appreciate a review online (Google+, Facebook, and TripAdvisor).