Rowing Dock is an Austin Parks and Recreation concession located on the south shore of Lady Bird Lake, just west of Zilker Park and is the ideal location for kayaking, canoeing and paddle boarding in Austin.
Rowing Dock offers outdoor enthusiasts an unforgettable experience with affordable rentals and supportive staff. Whether it’s SUP yoga classes or bat watching under the Congress Avenue Bridge, there’s always something going on at the dock which is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Austin. You can also schedule a private guided paddle or plan to explore Lady Bird Lake on your own. Let our friendly staff help you pick the best kayak, canoe or paddleboard for your outdoor adventure. We are here to serve you!
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