The Alamo City Rivermen is a canoe and kayak club in San Antonio, Texas that was founded in 1987. Our members include all age groups, all skill levels, boat types and all types of paddling; flat water, whitewater, slow rivers, fun rivers, coastal bays and estuaries. Some have raced and even participate in the Texas Water Safari. We welcome canoers and kayakers to join us who enjoy and love paddling rivers and being outdoors on the water.
We enjoy doing all types of trips, from easy short day floats on local rivers, to lake paddles, car camping base trips, island camping overnighters or self-outfitted multi-day expedition type wilderness adventures. We traditionally are fond of camping paddle trips, often sharing a communal Dutch oven meal, and are known for our winter annual Freeze Trip. Cynics call us an eating club that paddles. We are also active in community service supporting river conservation, cleanups, Triathlon support and access advocacy. For river trip reports, and other cool stuff, see our website atAlamo City Rivermen.
Dues & membership: To join this Meetup Group, you must have an interest in rivers and boating, and join the Alamo City Rivermen Canoe and Kayak Club. Dues are $15 annually. Here is the direct link to the
The Membership Fee typically pays for the following:
Club expenses including (Example: ACR Meetup is 150 dollars per year, Checking Account, PO Box etc.)
Community equipment for extended trips (Example: Wilderness Toilet System, Wilderness Group Tent Fly)
Money Donations for recognized River Conservation Organizations in Texas. (Example – Texas River Protection Association)
Off set camping cost at Site Locations for Official ACR Events
Once approved you have 30 days to send in your 15 dollars for membership. At the end of 30 days if you have not joined a courtesy message will be sent. If a payment is not received 15 days later you will be dropped from the ACR Meetup Group.