We Have Everything You Need for a Fun & Memorable Experience in Nature.
Catching crawdads is one of the most popular activities in our canyon! It’s a blast for all ages! There’s no better way to unplug your kids from the digital world and connect with nature. Our river has a much larger population of crawdads because there are tons of small, warm springs flowing into the water. This makes our stretch of the river warmer than normal, which encourages a greater number of crawdads.
Bring your own gear or purchase one of our specially assembled Crawdad Catching Kits. We hand-make our own crawdad catching poles, which will surely help you reel in the big ones. Our crawdad catching kits are just $15 and include the following gear:
- Crawdad Catching Pole
- Crawdad Bucket
- Crawdad Net
- Crawdad Bait
Crawdads can be caught year-round, yet they are more active and easier to catch in the spring, summer, and fall.
We are a Catch-and-Release property. We ask our visitors to leave all crawdads in the river since they won’t survive outside of their natural habitat. Thank you!
Crawdads are friendly creatures, yet their pinchers can grab your fingers so be careful!
|Children Under 2||Free|
SAVE BIG with one of our Locals Discount Punch Passes:
– Save 50% when you buy a 30-Visit Punch Pass ($8.00 per visit)
– Save 25% when you buy a 10-Visit Punch Pass ($12.00 per visit)
Punch Passes never expire and you can share them with friends and family members.
Our all-day Canyon Access Pass includes access to the canyon and these fun activities: Swimming, Crawdad Catching, Hiking, Rock Climbing, Picnicking, Pickle Ball, Volleyball and Basketball. All guests must purchase a Canyon Access Pass for each day of their stay.
IMPORTANT: Each individual visiting Veyo Pool and Crawdad Canyon is required to sign a Liability Form or they won’t be allowed to enter the property. Save yourself time and sign our waiver ahead of time.
PLEASE NOTE: No animals, including dogs, may be brought into the Canyon, with the exception of ADA Service Animals. Please see the ADA FAQ for details on what qualifies as a service animal. Note that “The ADA makes a distinction between psychiatric service animals and emotional support animals… if [a] dog’s mere presence provides comfort, that would not be considered a service animal under the ADA” and would not be permitted on the premise.