River Tubing DIRECTORY U.S.A.
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the Best River Tubing in
the U.S.A. by State
Alabama River Tubing
Cabin & Canoe & Tube (http://caddocanoe.com/float-trips.html)
- Indian Creek to Arrowhead on the Caddo River is our most popular tube float. It is almost 3 miles and takes 3-5 hours, depending on stops. It starts at the bridge on Hwy 27 crossing Indian Creek. As you approach the Narrows (Arrowhead), along the west bank (river right), in the area known as Caddo Gap, hot springs bubble up into the river at or just below the surface. The thermal waters create a sensation uncommon on most rivers. Small rapids, great fishing, an old deteriorating swinging bridge. long narrow gravel bars, and Caddo Gap, a narrow opening where the river flows between ridges on either side, define the river's approach to Arrowhead. Call to see if this float is available when river conditions are low.
We also offer Canoeing and Kayaking float trips. (870)
Gap, AR 71935
River Camping - Canoe & Tube Rental (http://www.caddoriver.com/Caddo_River_Tubing.html)
- For those that just want to get wet and and soak up the sun for a more relaxing float, Come Grab A Tube! We will provide a shuttle up
the Caddo River. You will be able to enjoy a 2.5 mile Tube float back to where your car is parked in Glenwood. We open at 8:00 am 7 days a week, or earlier on request if you're of the "Early Bird" type who just needs to get a jump on the day! We
also offer Canoeing & Kayaking Float Trips as well. 870-356-5336
Toll Free: 888-300-8452
Glenwood, AR 71943
River Rats Tube & Canoe Rental
(https://www.facebook.com/CaddoRiverRats) - Caddo River Rats is located on the great
Caddo River in Caddo Valley, AR. We offer tube and canoe
rentals, plus plenty of parking with shuttle buses. SHUTTLE BUSES STOP RUNNING AT 5:00 DURING THE WEEK AND 6:30 ON WEEKENDS. We have a beautiful picnic area underneath a canopy of shade trees plus onsite restrooms. We also have the best shaved ice and refreshments provided by Cajun Snow Snowballs!!!
Hours: Mon - Thu: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Fri - Sun: 9:00 am - 6:30 pm.
(870) 260 1345 or (479) 856-8885 Caddo Valley,
Silver Hill Grocery &
Outfitters (http://www.silverhillgrocery.com) - Welcome to Silver Hill Grocery & Outfitters in the beautiful Ozark Mountains on the awesome
Buffalo River! We are your camping headquarters for the Buffalo National River and Park. We offer groceries, camping supplies, bait and inflatable fun! We have canoes, rafts, kayaks and tube rentals to float the many rivers and creeks around. We have been happily serving campers and floaters for over 22 years.
870-439-2599 • St. Joe, AR 72675
River Tubing (http://kernrivertubing.com/) - SoCal’s Kern River Tubing and rafting trips take place just north of historic Kernville, Ca. There are many different sections of the river available for recreation.
Kern River is Southern California’s ideal place for fun in the water. Activities include whitewater rafting, kayaking, tubing, camping and fishing. When it comes to Kern River tube rentals and guided tours, SoCal is a pioneer in innovative river activities!
(888) 537-6748 Kernville, CA 93238
Kayaking, Tubing and Rafting with Indian Head (http://www.indianheadcanoes.com)
- Enjoy a lazy tube float in the water and a hot summer’s retreat. Tube trips are about 3-5 hours long. Plan more time
if you decide to swim along the way. Must be over 65 lbs. to ride in a tube.
"Knights Eddy to Matamoras" is about 5 hours and "3 Mile Access to Barryville" is about 3
hours on the Delaware River.
We also offer Canoeing, Kayaking, Rafting, Camping and Cabins.
(800) 874-2628 3883 RT 97 – Barryville, NY 12719
River Tubing (http://www.delawarerivertubing.com) - We
offer Tubing, Kayaking, Canoeing & Rafting. Enjoy up to a 4 hour river
tubing adventure drifting leisurely down the
beautiful upper Delaware River. Every river rental includes an EXCLUSIVE, FREE BBQ MEALl at "The Famous River Hot Dog Man" while tubing, down the Delaware River in this exciting river country. Remember, you're here to spend a day, not a fortune!
(866) WET-TUBE (908) 996-5386 Frenchtown, NJ 08825
Canoes & River Tubing (http://kittatinny.com/river-trips/tubing)
- Kittatinny Canoes offers outdoor adventures for everyone who wants to experience the Delaware River and all it has to offer. Your
Delaware River canoeing, kayak, raft, tube, zip, paintball, and camping adventures are a phone call away. Our area offers diverse seasons, an abundance of wildlife, one of the cleanest free-flowing rivers, and amazing scenery, all truly unique. Our seven riverfront locations are strategically placed to ensure the best trip selection for you to experience the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River and the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, two pristine areas protected by the National Park Service. We are less than two hours from NYC, where the Catskills meet the Poconos. Regardless of your experience level, our Delaware River rafting, canoeing, kayaking and tubing trips are for the entire family. We have something for everyone!
(800) 356-2852 Barryville, NY 12719
River Country Tubing (http://www.rivercountry.net/Tubing_c_1.html) - Tubing the waters of the Delaware offers a chance to float placidly past some of the most breathtaking scenery in Pennsylvania or New Jersey. Visit with wildlife while enjoying scenery that surrounds you in the mountainside. No paddling is required, you can just relax and let the current pull you along. (215) 297-5000 Point Pleasant, PA 18950
Wilderness Canoe Trips
(http://www.wildernesscanoetrips.com/index.dws) - For 40+ years Wilderness Canoe Trips, Inc. has specialized in canoe, kayak and tube trips down the Historic
Brandywine River. Our trips have been enjoyed by families, children, and large groups including businesses, youth/church groups, Boy/Girl Scout troops, and schools. We offer canoes, solo or tandem kayaks, and tube trips, along with paddles, life jackets, and transportation.
(302) 654-2227 Wilmington, DE 19803
Adventures Unlimited (http://www.adventuresunlimited.com) - Adventures Unlimited Tube Trip is a relaxing float down the beautiful, crystal-clear Coldwater River in Milton, Florida. The trip takes approximately 3 ˝ hours to float, plus any stops you make to play and picnic along the way. We recommend reservations. (800) 239-6864
Tubing on the river is very safe and tubers come in all ages since the river never gets rough and has a gentle current.
There are two entrances, a south and north entrance to the State Park. The south entrance has two shorter parts of the river, and the north entrance has the longer portion. The park's brochure recommends use of the south entrance for tubing to lessen the impact on the narrow, shallow reaches of the river's north end. In keeping the river and the area pristine, only up to 750 tubers a day are permitted between the north end and midpoint. More tubers are allowed along the two south parts, the midpoint launch and Dampier's Landing, but early arrival is still recommended on weekends and holidays. Conveniently, the park provides free tram service from the take out points and the midpoint and north end launches.
What does one use to float? Just about anything
found in one of the many roadside stands that rent inner tubes, rafts,
double connected or "sweetheart" tubes, and other floating
devices. Almost all the roadside vendors rent the basic inner tube for
$2, and the more sophisticated floating devices such as rafts and the
"sweetheart" tubes rent from $5-$8. The vendors will tie
down the floating devices on your vehicles' roof or in your trunk, but
you do not have to return the floats. The floats are numbered with the
roadside vendors' number and there are designated areas in the park
for drop off. The float vendors are difficult to miss and will be
found near either of the parks' entrances. Renting outside the park is
recommended since the park charges almost double for the same floats
with the only difference of not having to carry the floats in your
The crystalline Ichetucknee River flows six miles through shaded hammocks and wetlands before it joins the Santa Fe River. In 1972, the head spring of the river was declared a National Natural Landmark by the U. S. Department of the Interior. From the end of May until early September, tubing down the river is the premier activity in the area. In addition to tubing, visitors can enjoy picnicking, snorkeling, scuba diving, canoeing, swimming, hiking, and wildlife viewing. Ichetucknee Springs State Park 12087 S.W. US Hwy 27, Fort White, Florida 32038 Phone: (386) 497-2511
http://underwaterflorida.homestead.com/itch.html - This is the premier spot for tubing and exploring one of the clearest rivers in Florida.. Ichetucknee Springs offers a 3-hour and 1.5-hour tube run down the Ichetucknee River. This is virtual paradise!
Blackwater River Canoe Rental and River Tubing (http://www.blackwatercanoe.com) - Last we checked, this Web site did not open, but we believe they are still in business...try their 800 number. We're not sure if they "rent" tubes or if you need to bring your own...ask when you call. The Blackwater River is the ONLY pristine sand river left in the United States, so unique that the State of Florida purchased and designated it as a State Forest. 1-800-967-6789
Bear Paw Adventures and Tubing - (http://www.bearpawescape.com/tubetrip.html) Located in Marianna, FL., on the beautiful Chipola River. We offer a three to four hour tubing trip on Spring Creek, which you can easily make a day trip out of. Call (850) 482-4948 for information on Tubing and Canoeing. You can try this email address too: firstname.lastname@example.org
Appalachian Outfitters - Chestatee River Tubing (http://canoegeorgia.com/tubing.php4) - Get cooled off on a hot summer day, come take a refreshing float in a tube with us! We offer a short but fun tubing float on the Chestatee River, just outside of Dahlonega, Georgia (706) 867-7116 (800) 426-7117
Cool River Tubing Company (http://www.coolrivertubing.com) - Chattahoochee River Tubing in Helen, GA. All of our tube trips include your tube, U.S. Coast Guard approved life preserver, a shuttle service and a relaxing float through the scenic alpine village of Helen, GA. No coolers. No multiple-person tubing. Toll Free: 1-800-896-4595
Rolling Thunder River Company - (http://www.rollingthunderriverco.com) River Tubing on the Toccoa River only. 1-800-408-7238
Flea Market Tubing / Helen Tubing -
Merle & Lesia Long - Owners
9917 Hwy 75 North , Helen, GA 30545 706-878-1082 706-878-2803
Open Memorial Day - Labor Day. 7 days a week 9am - 6pm, weather permitting.
We only have one location to enter the river and one location to exit. Time may vary due to changes in water level. 2 hour trip
FREE Pick-up from your hotel in Helen
FREE Shuttle to Helen and Picnic Area
Shuttles run every 5 MINUTES
At The River
When you arrive at your drop-in point, you pay your tubing fees, grab whatever tube you want and shoot on down the river! It couldn't be any easier.
Lava Tube RentaL / Portneuf Rapids Tube Rental (http://www.lavatuberental.com) - Gather up your adventurous friends and get outfitted with the tubes you need at Portneuf Rapids Tube Rental. We specialize in taking care of large groups coming to Lava Hot Springs lookin’ for some serious wild-river fun. Lava Hot Springs Tubing Season: Memorial Day thru Labor Day; closed Sundays. Rent by the hour or the day. Lava Hot Springs Tube Rental Hours of Operation: 10:00 a.m. to Dark (last tube rental one hour before dark) (208) 251-1446 Lava Hot Springs, ID 83246
Whitewater River Canoe Rental and River Tubing (http://www.littlemiamicanoe.com/Tubes.html) - This site mainly caters to canoeing on the Whitewater River and the only place on their Web site that they mention tubing and "Tube Rentals" is on their "Trips" page where they mention Group Rates for Tube Rentals at the very bottom of the page under "Special Trips and Services. Be sure to call them to get all the details you need before driving there. (800) 634-4277
River Side Canoes &
River Tubing - (http://www.riversidecanoes.com) The
Tippecanoe River is considered the river of lakes. It is fed and
nourished by eighty-eight natural lakes. Each lake acts as a settling
basin which reduces the amount of silt in the water. Thus, the water
is clear giving us one of the cleanest rivers around to enjoy. For the
naturalist, there is plenty to see. The banks are lined with willow,
maple, pine, oak, and sycamore trees. The Tippi is normally a friendly
river with gentle currents ideal for the entire family. The average
depth is 2-3 FT. most of the season. Come spend some quiet time on
this beauty. (574) 946-3142 Winamac, IN 46996
Louisiana River Adventures (http://www.louisianariveradventures.com) - The Bogue Chitto River is a designated scenic waterway and is one of the cleanest rivers around. It can be enjoyed by swimming, canoeing, tubing and fishing. (985) 795-2004 Franklinton, LA 70438
Chitto Tubing Center (http://www.tubingboguechitto.com)
Several Trips Available, Including Overnight Trips Down the Beautiful
Scenic Bogue Chitto River. We have the “New Blue Tubes” (which have a head rest and cup holder) and the traditional black tubes. We offer services to meet the entertainment and recreational interest of our customers. Whether you are looking to meet new friends or just to get away from it all, we can help! Shed the stress and worry of everyday life and enjoy a fantastic time in the sun. There are plenty of white sand beaches which the locals call sandbars for you to stop and enjoy yourselves.
(985) 735-1173 or (985) 750-4756 Bogalusa, LA 70427
- Our whitewater river tubing trips are a specialty of Bullfrog Adventures! We offer trips ranging from mild to wild on The Dead and Kennebec
Rivers from June thru early September. Tubing is a great way to cool off and unwind on a hot summer day with your friends and family! Our custom designed river tubes can’t be beat for their comfort and stability. The prices on our guided trips are based on having at least four people on any trip. We also have discounts for groups of 8 or more for our guided tubing trips and 10 or more for the self guided rentals! We hope you can join us this summer!
(207) 234-2158 or (207) 672-9298 Newburgh, ME 04444
Excursions - (http://www.outdoorexcursions.com/courses/Tube-Rentals-for-Antietam-Float/)
P.O. Box 24
Boonsboro , Maryland 21713
Phone: 1-800-77KAYAK (Call for Reservations and Directions or click here for Directions/Tubing in Boonsboro)
Come enjoy a fun day of tubing. Trips will begin at our Outdoor Center, from there we will bus you to the best water level available.
River and Trail Outfitters (http://www.rivertrail.com/tubing-antietam-creek.php) - Named the "Best Summer Outdoor Activity" by Washingtonian Magazine! Spend the Day River Tubing on Antietam Creek... join us on this River & Trail exclusive 4-5 hour tubing trip which simply has it all. Putting in a quarter mile below the well-photographed Burnside Bridge, you will begin the tour floating through sections of Antietam National Battlefield-a cornerstone of our nation's history. As you float on the riffles and ledges of this scenic, beginner whitewater stream, your cares will melt away, perfect for families, couples, and groups looking to escape the crowded waterways of Harpers Ferry and to tube under unique circumstances -- under stone-arch bridges and a canopy of trees. Kids and adults alike will love seeing mallards, blue herons, and water turtles in their natural home. Because the stream is spring-fed, the water will refresh you even when the air temperature breaks through the 90s. For those tubing in cooler weather, we provide tubes with plastic bottoms, to keep you comfortable! (301) 695-5177 Google Map Local Weather Forecast for Knoxville, MD
Deerfield River Portage
(http://www.drportage.com/index.htm) - The tubing trip: In a canyon - Bardwell's Ferry Bridge to Stillwater bridge -- 3.5 miles of Pristine river
Just you, the river and your friends on 3.5 miles of lazy river in a gorge - 4 mild rapids, several deep holes, a fisherman or two, no release time, no noise, not a lot of people, no houses, some cliffs and some rope swings and maybe a bald eagle or two. (413) 282-7678 Conway, MA 01341
Hyytinen Hollow Tubes
(http://www.hyytinenhollow.com/index.html) - Hyytinen Hollow is a family orientated
business striving to help all of our customers have the most enjoyable day possible.
We offer a fun filled day on the scenic Deerfield River with the adventure of tubing the river on our rental tubes. Our prices
haven't changed and they won't. We charge a very reasonable price of only
$10 per tube. For this $10 we will provide a life jacket for those in need, we also have some water shoes for use as tubing barefoot is not a good option. We are promoting the use of life jackets. We have some but if you have your own please bring them.
As always any child under the age of 12 and under the weight of 100 lbs will be issued a life jacket with their tube.
(413) 339-4786 Charlemont, MA
AuSable River Adventures - Gottslanding (http://gottslanding.com) - River Tubing, Canoeing, Kayaking, Rafting and Services Available On The Historic Ausable River. Includes Trip Itineraries and Fees Schedules... (888) 226-8748 Mio, MI 48647
Michigan Canoe Rental, Chippewa River Outfitters (http://www.chipoutfitters.com/) - A friendly river with a gentle current - ideal for the whole family! Tubing is ideal for Mom, Dad or the whole family. Enjoy a cool ride while you float, kick or splash along on the crystal clear Chippewa River. We offer double tubes so parents can enjoy tubing with their young ones without the worry of being separated from them. (888) 775–6077 Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
Riverbend Campground & Canoe Rental (http://www.riverbendomer.com) - Riverbend Campground and Canoe Rental is a family campground located on the scenic Rifle River in Michigan's smallest city - Omer. 864 Main St. Rd. P.O. Box 6 OMER, MI 48749 (989) 653-2576
Tube and Canoe Livery of Big Rapids Michigan
Have an adventure on Michigan's 2nd Longest river. Stop by and enjoy a tube, canoe, or kayak on the beautiful Muskegon River when you vacation in Northern Michigan. Spend a FUN-filled afternoon floating down the Muskegon River. Tubing trips start at the Livery and end at Highbanks Park. That's about a 2 and 1/2 hour float! Or Try our hardcore tuber trip from Paris (approx 4-6 hours)!
(231) 796-6408 Big Rapids, MI 49307
Niles Water Sports - Tubing the Dowagiac River (http://www.nileswatersports.com/trips.html) - Enjoy a beautiful day on the Dowagiac River. Our 2 Hr Float Tube Trip is a relaxing float down a scenic portion of the Dowagiac River. All of our floats feature Islands perfect for a pit stop! You can pack a lunch or a snack and take a break on one of the many Islands you will encounter. Our tubes are commercial heavy duty tubes and comfortable to sit in. Need a place to keep your beverages cool? Our cooler tubes will hold coolers up to 50 quarts! (269) 635-0842 Niles, Michigan 49120
Bear Adventures - (http://www.bigbearadventures.com)
What's the best way to spend a hot, sunny afternoon
in beautiful Northern Michigan? Floating on a tube down a
crystal-clear, refreshing Sturgeon River! Get ready for a wet
and extremely fun (often times hilarious) group adventure! Tubing is
best on a sunny day that's at least 70 degrees. We have 2 float
trips and we recommend the short trip for young children. We are
located in the beautiful resort area of Indian River, Michigan,
between Mullett and Burt Lakes. The area abounds with wildlife, with
pristine rivers and forests, and countless opportunities for the
4271 S. Straits Highway, Indian River, MI 49749 (231) 238-8181
Country Camping Tent & RV Park (http://www.country-camping.com/rum-river-tubing) - Spend a day floating the Rum River! Tubing trips include tube, shuttle and between 2-4 hours of time on the river (depending on water levels and how fast you choose to tube). You can pack your own lunch in a cooler, enjoy it while floating down the river. (763) 444-9626 Isanti, MN 55040
Eagle Cliff Campground & Lodging
(http://eagle-cliff.com/index.php) - Located just 3 miles east of Lanesboro, Minnesota, Eagle Cliff offers something for everyone. Cyclists, water enthusiasts, tubing enthusiasts, fishermen and hunters will enjoy the natural beauty of the area, the
Root River, and the 60-mile paved trail. Accommodations include riverfront tent sites, full hookups, and a five-room motel on site. Eagle Cliff offers group camping, a picnic area, private canoe launch and wonderfully-clean central restrooms. Come, relax and enjoy the beautiful Root River valley! Please note that launch point for tubing trips is different than for canoe/kayak trips.
(507) 467-2598 Lanesboro, MN 55949
Root River Outfitters
(http://rootriveroutfitters.com) - Join us at Root River Outfitters located on the beautiful Root River in Lanesboro, Minnesota.
No Reservations necessary for Tube Rentals. A leisurely float in the South branch of the
Root River is a great way to escape the heat during the sweltering days of summer. We offer two tube trips of varying lengths that will keep you cool and wet.
Root River Outfitters is family owned and operated and has been
serving river and trail enthusiasts for over 30 years.
(507) 467-3400 Lanesboro, MN 55949
Welch Mill Canoeing and Tubing
(http://www.welchmill.com) - Welch Mill Canoeing and Tubing offers a long or short tubing
trip on the Cannon River. A VALID DRIVERS LICENSE is required to rent tubes (one deposit per group, maximum 15 tubes under one deposit). Life jackets are available upon request, free of charge. We recommend wearing a pair of tennis shoes or sandals on your trip. Anyone ten years of age or under are required to wear a life jacket according to law.
(651) 388-9857 or (800) 657-6760 Welch, MN 55089
(Bernies) Campground - (No Website Found) Tubing and
Canoeing on the Crow Wing River. Phone: (218)
1 mile west of Motley on Hwy 10, then north on Spruce Rd.,
- Canoe & Tube Rental
Zumbro River Ratz
(http://www.zumbroriverratz.com/index.html) - You can rent a kayak, tube or canoe and catch a ride up the
Zumbro River to Hammond for a 2-4 hour float. Float the Zumbro in leisure or for exercise. Any way you do it, the scenery is gorgeous!
(507) 798-2450 Millville, MN 55957
Canoe and Trail Outpost
(http://www.canoeandtrailoutpost.com) - Canoe and Trail Outpost / Sweetwater Canoe and Tubing is located on the Scenic
Bogue Chitto River in Tylertown, MS. If you are looking to get away and experience nature, Canoe and Trail Outpost is the place for you. Our operation is in service seven days a week beginning in March thru December.
Tube Trips are approximately 4 hours for a 4 mile
float. (601) 876-6964
Tylertown, MS 39667
Gator’s at the Bogue Chitto River
(http://gatorstubing.com) - We offer 3 different trips down the beautiful
Bogue Chitto River. We offer a 2 hour float for the beginner or just a quick trip late in the afternoon. It starts at the 98 Bridge and ends at the Bogue Chitto Water Park. In addition to that we offer a 5 hour float from the Holmesville Bridge to the 98 Bridge, and a 7 hour float from the Holmesville Bridge to the Bogue Chitto Water Park for those who want to bask in the sun and enjoy the cool waters that the Bogue Chitto has to offer.
Trip times are approximate and will vary depending on the water level of the river and the stops that you may want to make on the
(601) 814-0747 McComb, MS 39648
Ryals Canoe and Tube Rental
(http://www.ryalscanoe.com/site/Home.html) - Come have a fun filled day canoeing, tubing, or kayaking on the
Bogue Chitto River with us! When you need to beat the summer heat or need to get away from the daily grind, Ryals Canoe and Tube Rental can get you on your way to a relaxing and enjoyable time paddling or floating down the beautiful Bogue Chitto River! We offer a variety of canoe, tube, and kayak trips for your enjoyment. We have been a family business based on great service for 32 years. We are conveniently located outside the gates of the Bogue Chitto Water Park.
(601) 684-4948 McComb, MS 39648
Wolf River Canoes (http://www.wolfrivercanoes.com/Home.aspx) - Famous for its white sand beaches and winding waterways, the Wolf River is the perfect playground for river tubing, canoeing and kayaking! Just minutes from the gulf beaches, the cool waters of the Wolf River flow over adventurous clay formations, twist around pristine white sand beaches, and meander through peaceful woodlands. Whether you want to swim, tube, canoe, kayak, picnic, camp, fish, or just relax and enjoy nature, the Wolf River is the perfect place to be! (228) 452-7666 Long Beach, MS 39560
Aker’s Ferry Canoe Rental
- Akers Ferry Canoe Rental is a family owned operation with roots at Akers Ferry dating back to the middle 1800’s. Our rental office is located
in Akers, Missouri on the Current River, 16.7 miles from its source at Montauk State Park and 23 miles from Salem, Missouri. Today when we rent a
tube or canoe to you we want to do it in the same spirit as Buck and Loreen Maggard did when they rented their first Jon boat in the mid 1940’s. We strive to give you the best service possible. We hope you love and enjoy the river as much as we do!
(573) 858-3224 or (800) 365-2537 Salem, MO 65560
Bass' River Resort
(http://www.bassresort.com) - Pack your camping gear and enjoy our Riverside Camping or RV sites located right in the heart of the Ozarks. Are cabins more your style? Check out the multiple lodging options that we have available for 2-20 people. Enjoy a canoeing, rafting,
tubing or kayaking on the Courtois River, Huzzah River or Meramec
River near Steelville, Missouri. We have something for everyone! Come hiking on the Ozark Trail and enjoy some beautiful scenery and breathtaking views.
or (573) 786-8517
Steelville, MO 65565
Bearcat Getaway Campground
(http://www.bearcatgetaway.com) - Only 2 hours from St. Louis, Bearcat Getaway campground, cabins & Lodge are located on the delightful, spring fed
Black River in the Ozark Mountains just a little down river from Lesterville, MO. We offer camping, floating in canoes,
tubes or rafts, cabins, lodging and entertainment every weekend! On the campground stage you'll experience some of the best regional and national bands and exciting music festivals. With over 1/2 mile of beach front and no quiet hour until 2 am, you'll have the opportunity to enjoy the music, river and friends until the wee hours or stay by your campfire in a secluded campsite, enjoy the sounds of nature and the river. . . then drift off early.
(573) 637-2264 or (573) 637-2011
Lesterville, MO 63654
Spring RV Camp, Cabin & Tube (http://www.currentriver.com)
- We provide RV & tent camping, tube trips and cabin rental. Big Spring RV Camp is located on the banks of the spring fed, crystal clear
Current River less than 1/2 mile down stream from the bridge at Van Buren, Missouri. Current River, Missouri's premier float stream, is a great place for outdoor activities in the Spring, Summer, and Fall. When it's hot, Current River tubing and float trips are a favorite recreational activity. Other activities include swimming, fishing, hiking, sightseeing, mountain biking, jeep riding, etc. At Big Spring RV Camp, we have short trails along the River. There are a number of other trails nearby, within the National Park and the Mark Twain National Forest.
(573) 323-8328 or (800) 354-6295 Van Buren, Mo 63965
Bird's Nest Lodge
(http://www.birdsnestlodge.com) - Missouri floating, camping and cabins. Nestled among scenic Ozark hills less than 90 miles southwest of St. Louis, on the banks of the clear, fast flowing Upper
Meramec River, is rustic Bird's Nest Lodge, a lovely haunt where nature's pleasures abound and cares disperse.
Come visit us. We offer a complete family vacation resort, with canoe, kayak, tube and raft rentals, remote or riverfront camping, free hot showers, beautiful rustic and modern cabins, home cooked meals from our dining lodge, a country store, bait shop with fishing and guide services available, swimming, and special group & weekday rates. Come see why Steelville, MO has been dubbed the "Floating Capital of Missouri", and why the Bird's Nest Lodge is the place to go for Missouri canoeing, tubing, floating, rafting, kayaking, camping and outdoor fun!
(877) 707-7238 or (573) 775-2606
Blue Springs Ranch Resort Campground & Canoe Rental
(http://www.floatbsr.com/index.php) - If you are looking for activities, we have got them for you. We are leaders in the Float Trip industry and offer Tubing, Canoeing, Rafting and Kayaking on the
Meramec River. We also cater to equine enthusiasts, offering Trail Rides through the woods.
333-8007 or (573)
732-5200 Bourbon, MO 65441
Spring Campground (http://www.dixoncamping.com) - At Boiling Spring Campground (BSC) we offer float trips on the
Big Piney River and Gasconade River. We rent canoes, rafts, kayaks, tubes, and Jon boats. Our most popular one day float trips include our 3, 5, 7, 8, 10 and 14 mile trips. Note: Please no glass in canoes, rafts, tubes or kayaks...
Advanced reservations required. (573) 759-7294
or (573) 337-0543 Dixon, Missouri 65459
Carr's Canoe Rental
(http://www.carrscanoerental.com/index.htm) - Carr's Canoe Rental offers canoe, kayak and tube trips on the upper
Current River. Discover the beauty of the Ozarks while fishing, Camping, floating and site seeing. There are an abundance of natural springs and caves to enjoy along the Current River. We have been a family owned and operated business for over 30 years, so come and float the Current with us and experience a true outdoors adventure.
(800) 333-3956 or (573) 858-3240 Eminence, MO 65466
(http://cedarcamp.net) - Cedar Camp has been operating since 1998 on the
Little Niangua River in Macks Creek, Missouri. We offer a large variety of float trips ranging anywhere from a short scenic 2 mile float all the way up to a 13 mile adventure. The Little Niangua is the perfect speed for the family outing. We offer tubes, kayaks, and canoes for rent.
(573) 363-0042 Macks Creek, MO 65786
(http://www.cherokeelanding.com/index.html) - You will avoid the crowds of many of Missouri's float rivers, while enjoying the relaxing natural surroundings of this Northern Ozarks stream. Big River's name is quite a misnomer. Early French settlers named the river Grande due to its beauty and during translation to English the name "Big" evolved.
Big River is a tributary of the Meramec River, flowing north to the confluence.
The Big River is a relatively safe, slow-moving Ozark stream, with scenic bluffs and many gravel bars for picnics, swimming and artifact hunting. A class 1 river, the upper Big River is perfect for kids and beginners, and those who just want to kick back and relax while floating down the river.
We are open: Friday & Saturday for camping and Saturday & Sunday for Canoeing, Rafting, Tubing, Kayaking and Jon Boats. Reservations are not required but recommended as availability cannot be guaranteed without it. Weekday floats and camping are only available with a prearranged appointment.
(573) 358-2805 Bonne Terre, MO 63628
River Canoe Rental (http://www.current-river.com) -
Current River was the first river in America to become a National Riverway. There are many caves and large springs along the river with excellent gravel bars for stopping for a swim or a picnic. Tubing is for everyone. With no great skill needed, tubing is one of the most relaxing ways to enjoy the water and spend time together. It is an exciting, therapeutic and inexpensive way to explore the great outdoors.
(800) 435-5050 or (573) 858-3250 Salem, MO 65560
(http://www.dawtmill.com/index.php) - We have it all at Dawt Mill!
A year round resort centered around a historic grist mill, in
the heart of the Ozarks, with two unique dining options, legendary
float trips, tubing, canoeing and kayaking. Dawt Mill offers a perfect
wedding or retreat destination, rustic cabin lodging, camping and
more! We are sure you will be delighted by our ever-changing backdrop
provided by mother nature on the White River!
(888) 884-3298 or (417) 284-3540 Tecumseh, MO 65760
Devils Elbow River Safari
- (No Website and not much info available on this Outfitter) Devils
Elbow offers Tubing, Canoeing, Kayaking and Rafting on the Big
(573) 336-7979 (21520 Tidal Rd., or 21755 Teardrop Rd.,) Devils Elbow, MO 65457
Eagles Nest Campground (http://www.4noel.com/eaglesnest) - EAGLES NEST CAMPGROUND has forty acres of shaded camping space. We have full RV hookups with 30-amp. service, water & electric sites and primitive tent sites. We have two beautiful beach areas on the Elk River for your enjoyment as well as canoe, raft, kayak and tube rentals for your boating pleasure on the Elk River, Big Sugar and Indian Creeks. (417) 475-3326 or (800) 843-7080 Noel, MO 64854
Eminence Canoes, Cottages & Camp (http://www.eminencecanoescottagescamp.com) - Eminence Canoes, Cottages & Camp is in the center of Missouri's largest national park. We invite you to enjoy river fishing, tubing, kayaking, and canoeing on the Current River and Jacks Fork River, along with hiking and biking the famous Ozark Trail while viewing abundant wildlife. (800) 224-2090 • (800) 723-1387 • (573) 226-3500 • Eminence, MO 65466
Fort Niangua River Resort
(http://www.fortniangua.com) - Ft. Niangua River Resort is located
in the Bennett Spring Park area. There are over 200 acres of uncrowded
Ozark beauty. One-half mile of Niangua River frontage offers
fishing, canoeing, tubing, rafting, kayaking, hiking or just plain
relaxing. Our total facility offers a choice of modern air conditioned
and heated cabins, trailers, RV park or primitive campgrounds.
Recreational facilities include a lighted basketball and volleyball
court, swimming pool and a fully equipped game room. A convenience
store, laundry and showers are located in the main building. A covered
pavilion is available for group events.
(417) 532-4377 Lebanon, MO 65536
Gasconade Hills Resort (http://www.gasconadehills.com/Home_Page.html) - Nestled in Missouri’s beautiful Ozarks on the shores of the Gasconade River, Gasconade Hills Resort offers a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Committed to providing an old fashioned family friendly experience, we offer 16 rustic cabins, 18 RV sites and plenty of tent sites to insure there is something for everyone! Resort facilities include an on-site convenience store, large pool, river access, camp shower facilities, along with fire pits and picnic tables at each site. Of course no visit would be complete without a float trip! We rent canoes, kayaks, rafts & tubes and offer day trips on the river ranging from four to ten miles in length. Everyone will enjoy this magnificent stretch of river showcasing amazing scenery, caves and local wildlife including eagles, otters and deer. (800) 869-6861 • (573) 765-3044 • Richland, MO 65556
Harvey's Alley Spring Canoe Rental (http://www.harveysalleyspring.com/index.html) - We are an authorized concessionaire of the National Park Service. We service both Jacks Fork River and the Current River near Eminence, the "Canoe Capital of the World". We are located in the heart of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways which was established in 1964 to protect 134 miles of the Current and Jacks Fork Rivers. The clean, clear waters of these two beautiful rivers provide excellent opportunities for tubing, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, swimming, and fishing. Considered to be Class I streams with a few sections of Class II water. Camping, hiking, hunting and horseback riding are also enjoyed in the park. (888) 96-FLOAT or 573-226-3386 Eminence, Missouri 65466
HoHumm Canoe Rental & Campground (http://www.hohumm-campgrounds.com) - HoHumm Canoe Rental and Campground is family owned and operated. Our rental office is located on the Niangua River. We invite you to experience the beautiful Niangua River with us. We are a modern campground with RV, Water and Electric Hookups. Riverfront camping, with a table, cooker and a great view! We have a modern shower house with hot showers and toilets, playground and athletic equipment. Country Store with cold drinks, hot coffee, ice and groceries. If out door camping is not for you, there are many fine motels and cabins in the area for you. We can design float trips to fit your needs, we offer Canoeing, Rafting, Kayaking and Tubing! 417-588-1908 Lebanon, MO 65536
Hufstedler's Canoe, Camp and Cabins
(http://www.hufstedlers.com) - MIKE AND WENDY JONES invite you to explore the National Wild and Scenic Eleven Point River. The
Eleven Point River is fed by Greer Spring, the second largest spring in Missouri, pumping over 200 million gallons of water per day on average. THE ENCHANTING QUIET OF THIS RIVER, winding through a varied landscape, provides an aesthetic excitement that even white water veterans want to take time to enjoy. Canoeing is enjoyable at any time of the year, but the primary season is from May to October and the most popular
for tubing and canoeing.
(417) 778-6116 Alton, Missouri 65606
Huzzah Valley Resort (http://www.huzzahvalley.com/index.php) - Welcome to Huzzah Valley Resort! We have been outfitting trips on the Huzzah River, Courtois River and Meramec River since 1979. Our resort offers something for everyone with camping, lodging in log cabins, canoeing, tubing, rafting, kayaking, and many other activities to entertain and engage guests of all ages. If you are looking for an affordable vacation experience in Missouri that will provide memories to last a lifetime, consider Huzzah Valley Resort for your next vacation. (800) 367-4516 or (573) 786-841 Steelville, MO 65565
Jack’s Fork Canoe Rental (http://www.jacksforkcanoe.com) - This tributary of the Current River is one of the wildest and most scenic of the Missouri Ozark streams. Its deep valley is nearly a canyon, with no bottomland fields for the first 25 floatable miles. It is therefore advisable to camp well above river level if there is any chance of sudden rain. Trips with loaded canoes above Alley Spring are recommended only in spring or after good summer rains. The few miles immediately above Alley Spring are especially wide and shallow and may have to be walked in low water. Upper sections of the river provide fine fly fishing water. We offer Rafting, Canoeing, Kayaking and Tubing on the Current River and Jacks Fork River. (800) 522-5736 or (573) 858-3221 Eminence, MO 65466
Canoe Rental (http://www.jadwincanoe.com) - Floating the Current River, with its many springs, crystal clear water and towering bluffs, is one of the most scenic float trips in the nation. We offer pleasant, shaded campsites and quality canoes, kayaks, rafts and tubes for floats from 3 to 94 miles. Fishing for rainbow trout is excellent!
(800) 937-4837 or (573) 729-5229 Jadwin, MO 65501
James River Outfitters (http://www.jamesriveroutfitters.net/index.php) - Welcome to Galena Missouri's premiere outfitter. James River Outfitters, LLC, is conveniently located along the James River in Galena, MO. We are close to Branson, Springfield and Table Rock Lake. In addition, James River Outfitters operates an on site RV park and campground with a clean, modern bathhouse. RV sites are all full hook-up with water, sewer and 30 & 50 amp electrical. James River Outfitters offers something for everyone. We offer a wide range of services including full RV hookups, outfitting for canoeing, tubing, rafting, kayaking, Jon Boats, fishing, tent camping, swimming, nature photography, bird watching or just relaxing and enjoying the scenery. While floating on the river you will see breathtaking rock bluffs and you may see wildlife such as: bald eagles, deer, mink, fox... the list is endless. Come see for yourself! (417) 357-6443 Galena, MO 65656
Jeff's Canoes, Tubes, Kayaks, & Raft Rentals
(http://www.jeffscanoerentals.com/Home.htm) - We look forward to serving your floating needs on Missouri's Crystal Clear
Black River. We are located about 2 hours south of St. Louis. You will find us 4 miles west of Annapolis, Missouri at the Hwy. K Bridge. Whether you are looking for a fun-filled family float or are planning a larger group float, we will strive to accommodate your floating
needs with our inventory of Canoes, Rafts, Tubes and Kayaks. Make your reservations today for "Your Black River Adventure!" Jeff's Canoe Rentals, Inc. has been family owned and operated for over 36 years.
(573) 598-4555 Annapolis, MO 63620
KC's on the Current (http://www.kcsonthecurrent.com/index.html) - KC’s on the Current welcomes you to Doniphan and the beautiful Current River in southern Missouri’s picturesque Ozark foothills. Nothing compares to its cool, clear, clean waters on a hot summer afternoon. The Current River near Doniphan flows lazily and is ideal for floating in a raft, tube, canoe, or kayak; even for beginners. You can take your time and spend the day leisurely floating and picnicking along the way at one of our many gravel bars. (573) 996-7961 Doniphan, MO 63935
Lay Z Day Canoes and Camping (http://www.layzday.com) - The uncrowded Big Piney River offers peaceful floats and quality fishing in beautiful, natural surroundings. Our campground is located along a beautiful bluff overlooking the Big Piney River. We offer peaceful floats and quality fishing in beautiful natural surroundings. Enjoy tubing, canoeing, kayaking, camping, and other activities! (573) 336-8639 St. Robert, MO 65584
Cabins Resort (http://www.lostcabins.com/index.html) - We are located in the heart of the Ozark Mountains on the beautiful North Fork of the
White River in Dora, Missouri. The 22 acre resort is secluded and borders the Mark Twain National Forest. The
North Fork River is a class II float and has constant water flow year round. It is a favorite for fishing, floating and swimming. The Mark Twain National Forest provides an excellent opportunity to hunt, hike or mountain bike and enjoy a variety of wildlife. Our charming cabins offer a river view with easy river access. Primitive tent camping also available. The campground offers shade and sun, picnic tables, grills and a covered dining deck. An updated shower house and laundry facilities are available and security is provided 24 hours. We will provide you with a relaxed and safe camping experience where you can enjoy the quiet of nature and have fun with your family and friends. Featuring Lodging, Camping, Canoeing, Water Bug Rafting, Kayaking, and Tubing.
(417) 261-1409 Dora, MO 65637
Lucky Clover Resort
(http://www.luckycloverriverresort.com) - Welcome to Lucky Clover Resort! We're located in a secluded valley with our own quality fishing lake, excellent camping and great canoeing, rafting kayaking and tubing on the scenic upper
Meramec River. Our campground includes bathrooms with hot showers, firewood, picnic tables and plenty of privacy. If you are looking for a peaceful environment, far away from the noise of weekend travelers then Lucky Clover Resort is your kind of place!
888-404-9154 • 573-775-2419 • Steelville, MO 65565
Maggard Canoe & Corkery Campground (http://www.maggardcanoe.com/index.htm) - Maggard Corkery Campground is LOCATED on the banks of the Niangua River offering Canoeing, Rafting, Kayaking and Tubing. Our shaded campsites have wooden and concrete tables with burn rings for campfires. We have electrical hookups for RV's and trailers. Electric is $15.00 per box per night. (417) 532-7616 or (888) 546-9788 Lebanon, MO 65536
Niangua River Oasis (NRO) (http://www.nrocanoe.com) - Enjoy camping and a leisurely float down the beautiful Niangua River. Thrill to white water excitement. Rapids are fun and exciting for beginners and experienced floaters. NRO offers 60 acres of campgrounds on the Niangua River. Fishing for trout, goggle-eye, bass, and other game fish right from your campsite and riverfront camping, RV sites, canoes, rafts, kayaks and tubes. (800) 748-7249 or (417) 532-6333 Lebanon, MO 65536
Old Cove Canoe & Kayak (http://oldcovecanoe.com) - We offer two float trips at Old Cove Canoe both start upstream and float back to your car. Our long float is 9 miles, and takes a minimum of 5-6 hours and you need to get started before 11:00 A.M. Our short float is 4.5 miles, is 2-3 hours minimum and lets you get a late start in the day. We offer Canoeing, Kayaking, Tubing and Rafting. We have plenty of gravel bars and bluffs to enjoy on both float trips. Our stretch of the Meramec River is all stream, creek, and spring fed. (636) 629-2220 St. Clair, MO 63077
One-Eyed Willy's (http://www.oneeyedwillys.com) - If you are looking for fun on the Niangua River, One Eyed Willy's is THE PLACE to be! We offer camping with both primitive sites and full RV hook-ups. We also have cabins if camping is not your thing! We offer a full menu for those who don't want to worry about bringing a lot of food, and we have grills for those who do. Float the beautiful Niangua River in a canoe, kayak, raft or a tube. WE RENT THEM ALL! Even if you are not renting from us, stop on the Gravel-bar and play for a while. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME! While you are here, pick up some of the good food from our concession trailer. Don't be shy! We also have weekend entertainment, like karaoke and live bands. (417) 993-2628 Lebanon, MO 65536
Ozark Outdoors Riverfront Resort
(http://www.ozarkoutdoors.net) - A timeless Missouri River favorite, tubing the
Courtois River, Huzzah River, and the Meramec
River, allows you to escape everyday life while enjoying the perfect outdoor excursion. We offer a 4 mile trip starting on the Huzzah River and ending conveniently at your car parked at Ozark Outdoors. Dip your toes and kick up some fun. There’s nothing more relaxing than tubing. Wash the stress away as you float gently down the river. Plus, we offer a 1 1/2 mile Tube Loop float trip alongside our campground on the Meramec. One low price per person gets an all day pass for you and your family and friends! Take a two hour break, then start all over, or just loop one right after the other. However, you do it, Ozark Outdoors Tube Loop is instant fun!
(800) 888-0023 or (573) 245-6437 Leasburg, MO 65535
Parks Bluff Campground & Canoe Rental
(http://www.parksbluff.com/index.html) - The three forks of the Black River rise virtually within the shadow of the highest point in the state, Taum Sauk Mountain, and join near Parks Bluff. The upper Black is exceptionally clear and has enough feeder springs to produce good
small- mouth bass fishing. Some of the most beautiful scenery in Missouri is found in the upper reaches of the Black River. This includes several "shut-ins," areas where the stream runs through jumbled rocks and potholes in gorge-like valleys. One such area open to the public is Johnson Shut-ins State Park on the East Fork. Experience the thrill of a lifetime surrounded by Nature's beauty at Parks Bluff, we offer camping, RV sites, Rafting, Tubing, Canoeing and Kayaking!
(573) 637-2290 Lesterville, MO 63654
Pettit Canoe Rental
(http://www.pettitscanoerental.com/home%20Pettit.html) - North Fork River with it's clear spring waters offers beautiful flora and fauna around every bend. One of the most relaxing ways to enjoy the river is on an inner tube. As you slowly float along, you will see birds, turtles, fish and aquatic mammals, such as muskrats and beavers. Pettit's offers single person tubes for rent. You can pick up the tubes and shuttle yourself or we can shuttle you. It is up to you!
(417) 284-3290 Dora, MO 65637
(http://www.redbeardsranch.com) - Redbeard's Ranch is a peaceful, scenic, 295-acre, family-oriented campground in Missouri Ozark hill country with approximately 1 mile of
Niangua River frontage. Shaded campsites line the riverfront while the wooded hills and open meadows are ideal for other activities such as horseback riding, hiking, bird-watching, and hunting (in season). Float and fish the
Niangua River by Raft, Canoe, Kayak or Tube during the day and pick out the constellations by night. City dwellers and astrology buffs will marvel at the brilliance of the night sky at Redbeard's Ranch.
(417) 533-7337 Lebanon Mo. 65536
Last Resort (http://www.richslastresort.com) - Rich's has been providing float trips, cabins and camping facilities since 1972 on the
spring-fed Big Piney River. Whether you're looking for a 5-day fishing trip, a half-day kayak, raft, tube, or canoe float or something in between, Rich's can provide a great river experience. Canoes, kayaks, rafts and tubes are available for your floating pleasure, while cabins offering
air-conditioning, kitchenettes, and bathrooms, and shaded campgrounds provide a base for your float trip or vacation experience.
While "tubes are mentioned on several pages of Rich's Website, we
did not see any rates or pricing for tubes, so we suggest that you ask
about their "tube rentals" before driving out to go tubing
to make certain they have tubes available and pricing.
(888) 427-2408 or (573) 435-6669 Duke, Missouri 65461
Riverfront Campground & Canoe Rental (http://www.riverfrontcampcanoe.com) - Riverfront Campground and Canoe Rental is family owned and located on the banks of the Niangua River, adjacent to Bennett Spring State Park. We rent Canoes, Kayaks, Rafts and Tubes for your floating enjoyment. Join us soon in our little corner of heaven... we're certain you'll be back again and again! (888) 673-7668 • (417) 588-3386 Lebanon, MO 65536
River Ranch Camp & Canoe Resort
(http://www.riverranchresort.com) - River Ranch Resort is nestled in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains on the beautiful Elk River in Noel, MO. Our facilities include air conditioned cabins that sleep from 6 to 24 people, tent camping sites with or without electric, and full hook-up RV sites. You can't come to Noel and not take float trip down the crystal clear Elk River! We offer trips in canoes, rafts, kayaks and tubes as well as a "Party
Barge"! Adventure awaits! Beetle Bugs are our newest float vessel available for trips down the Elk River. They offer the stability of a raft in a single person vessel, these inflatable “kayaks” have two inflatable pontoon style chambers are far more stable than a traditional kayak. They will handle kids all the way up to full sized adults.
(800) 951-6121 or (417) 475-6121 Noel, MO 64854
Riversedge Campground (http://riversedgeblackriver.com) - Just imagine— a peaceful, float in the misty morning hours, or maybe-if you prefer to be with the river crowd . . . a midday float in the warm sunshine. Take along a picnic lunch. Your stopping point is back here at the campground, so enjoy the whole day at your own pace. We offer Rafting, Tubing, Kayaking, and Canoeing on the beautiful Black River! (573) 637-2422 or (573) 637-2427 Lesterville, MO 63654
Riverside Canoe Rental (http://www.riversidecanoe.com/index.html) - Enjoy canoeing at its best at Riverside on the beautiful spring-fed North Fork River in the heart of the Ozarks. We are a family-oriented campground, not a wild party campground. Mellow, quieter, we enforce our quiet time. Loud noise and radios off at 11:00 pm - 7:00 am. If you want wild, drunken party-time, please don't come here. You can still drink and have fun, just more quietly. We offer canoes, rafts, tubes, kayaks - one man - sit inside and on top, riverside camping, air-conditioned motel units, electric hookups and more! (417) 284-3043 Caulfield, MO 65626
Rocky River Resort
(http://www.rockyriverresort.com/index.html) - Rocky River Resort is located just south of the
Current River bridge on the east side of the river at 304 W. Jefferson in Doniphan, Missouri. All of our
raft, tube and canoe float trips begin at a point upriver from us and end at our private landing where your car is walking distance away – no long wait for the ride back to your car.
Park your car at Rocky River Resort and leave the rest up to us. We transport you upriver to your point of entry. This allows you to enjoy your float with no set take out time or deadline to meet, and there is no tiring wait for transportation at the end of your float.
(800) 748-7672 or (573) 996-7171 Doniphan, MO 63935
Route 66 Canoe
Rental - US Missouri Canoe Rental (http://www.rt66canoe.com/newsite/PCFriendly)
- Tubing is a great way of relaxing and staying cool while you are enjoying Missouri's beautiful river ways. For Campground use only $5.00 per person/tube. 5-hour tube float (includes shuttle) $10.00 per person/tube. (3 person minimum for 5-hour floats). Fish, Swim, Canoe, Tube, Raft, Kayak, John Boats or Just Play in the Lower
Big Piney River or Middle Gasconade River! A 100% advance deposit is required on all reservations. Your reservation will be cancelled if your deposit is not received within 10 days of making your reservation.
(573) 336-2730 or (573) 855-3394 Devil's Elbow, MO 65457
Sand Spring Resort and Canoe
(http://www.sandspringresort.com) - Located in the heart of Missouri's Ozarks, Sand Spring Resort in Lebanon has everything you need for a perfect getaway. A beautiful natural setting for trout fishing,
tubing, kayaking, canoeing and rafting float trips on the beautiful Niangua
River, as well as picnics, and exploring. Plus quality lodging and accommodations to keep you comfortable and relaxed through your stay. Above all you get exceptional service, whether we're outfitting for a float trip, providing a delicious picnic lunch, or serving your entire business group or family reunion with a hearty catered cookout.
(800) 543-3474 • (417) 532-5857 Lebanon, MO 65536
Sunburst Ranch (http://www.sunburstranchcanoe.com) - Sunburst Ranch rents canoes, kayaks, rafts and tubes for floating the beautiful spring-fed North Fork River. Our campground is centrally located on the best floating portion of the North Fork so you can either start or end your day at camp! That's only one trip on the bus. Sunburst Ranch has spacious campgrounds along the river with sites that are designated specifically for tents, in addition we also have RV sites with water and electric. We also have cabins of all types available. We suggest that early reservations be made to ensure your favorite spot. (417) 284-3443 Caulfield, MO 65626
Cave Restaurant and Resort (http://www.thecaverestaurantandresort.com/default.htm)
- This is an extremely unique "one-of-a-kind" destination
found anywhere in the world! A real cave with waterfalls, fish ponds, a beautiful view of the
Gasconade River, and delicious food. The Cave's main feature
is their Restaurant with 225 seats and has been written up by some the
most prominent travel magazines as a must see and do destination! They
also have a Gift Shop and offer Lodging and Canoe Rentals, and lastly,
they do rent Inner Tubes, which is why they made the RiverTubing.info
(573) 765-4554 Richland, MO 65556
The Landing (http://eatsleepfloat.com) - The Landing is located on the banks of Current River in the foothills of the Missouri Ozarks in Van Buren, MO and is Current River’s number one resort destination. The Current and Jacks Fork Rivers make up the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, one of the premier National Parks in the United States, and are beautiful crystal clear rivers offering outstanding scenic landscapes. Undecided about what to float on? You’re covered. Large or small groups can float on rafts, tubes, canoes, or kayaks and still float together. (573) 323-8156 Van Buren, Mo 63965
The Rafting Co. Camping - RV Resort (http://www.theraftingco.com/home.html) - Come Explore Rafting, Canoeing, Kayaking, Tubing and Riverfront Camping on the Crystal Clear Upper Meramec River. We have a wide range of activities to make you want to visit us again and again. Discover The Rafting Co. Camping-RV River Resort and its amenities. (800) 426-7238 or (573) 775-2628 Steelville, MO 65565
Twin Bridges Canoe & Campground (http://www.twinbridgescanoe.com) - Located on the banks of the beautiful North Fork River and surrounded by the Mark Twain National Forest, Twin Bridges is the ideal location for your weekend getaway or family vacation. We provide quality float trips in canoes, rafts, tubes, kayaks or tandem kayaks (2 seater). Trout fishing for browns and rainbows is excellent in the clear, cold waters of this spring-fed stream. Turkey and deer abound providing exciting Spring and Fall hunting expeditions. Lodging includes cabins and exclusive log homes on the river that sleep up to 16, as well as riverfront camping. Our general store is well stocked with supplies to make your stay a pleasant one. 417-256-7507 • 417-256-2987 • West Plains, MO 65775
Twin Rivers Landing
(http://www.twinriversllc.com) - Twin Rivers Landing is happy to announce that as of June 1st, 2013 we are under new management. We hope you will enjoy some of the many changes ahead, including lower rates, a play ground for children, entertainment and activities. Any suggestions from you as a guest would be happily welcomed; after all, making your stay with us as enjoyable as possible is our #1 priority. We offer Camping, Canoeing, Rafting, Tubing and Hayrides.
(573) 637-2274 Lesterville, MO 63654
Two Rivers Canoe Rental
(http://www.2riverscanoe.com) - At Two Rivers Canoe Rental, we want you to enjoy a glorious, fun-filled day, weekend, or weeklong excursion through the beautiful Missouri Ozark Mountains. We’re located just east of Eminence, Missouri and we provide float trips with everything from canoes, kayaks, rafts,
tubes and shuttles to float the Current River and Jacks Fork River, to camping, and groceries as well. Contact us today and our friendly staff will help plan a fabulous floating adventure that is custom-tailored specifically to suit your needs.
(888) 833-4931 or (573) 226-3478 or (573) 226-3830 Eminence, MO 65466
Two Sons Floats and Camping
(http://twosonsfloats.com) - Welcome to one of the nicest and friendliest campgrounds on the
Elk River. We greet you with open oars the moment you walk through the door. Paddle on in and find out what true nature is all about. Let our experienced staff answer all your questions and get you started on your adventure today! We offer: three seat plastic canoes with cup holders and dry storage, six and eight man rafts, kayaks, and tubes. Our campground offers thirty acres of tent and RV camping on over a half mile of shaded riverfront land. We also offer one of the largest beaches on the river along with clean, modern shower and bathroom facilities.
(417) 475-4774 Noel, MO 64854
(http://www.wildernesslodgeresortltd.com) - Immerse in nature Wilderness Lodge style! There is an abundance of outdoor activities at Wilderness Lodge that will engage your mind and body, remind you that you have muscles that you didn’t remember you had, and will have any little ones so tired that they will be pleading to go to bed at night. To start with, there is of course the Black River for a ton of natural water fun like Tubing, Rafting, Canoeing and Kayaking. Just a short walk from the cabins, the river, gravel bars, and side streams are great places to explore, swim, catch interesting water critters, or just relax in the sun.
(888) 969-9129 or (573) 637-2295 Lesterville, MO 63654
Wilderness Ridge Resort
(http://www.wildernessridgeresort.com) - Wilderness Ridge Resort offers canoeing, rafting, inner tubing, fishing, hiking, camping, RV hookups and
cabins on Missouri's Big Piney River. We also have a small store located in the office. We have souvenirs, shirts, snacks, ice and firewood.
(573) 435-6767 Duke, MO 65461
Windy’s Canoe & Tube Rentals (http://www.windyscanoe.com) - We are family owned and operated and have been floating on the Current River and Jacks Fork River for 3 generations, providing friendly, experienced and professional service. We are authorized concessionaires in Missouri's largest National Park, the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. Our rivers are as beautiful as they were 100 years ago. We provide tube floats that include tube with shuttle on Jacks Fork River for 4, 5 and 8 mile floats. We also provide Canoe, Kayak, and Raft Rentals. (866) 889-8177 or (573) 226-3404 Eminence, MO 65466
Little Outlaw Tube & Canoe Rentals - Rated by Backpacker Magazine as one of the top 10 canoeing rivers in the United States, the Niobrara provides memories that will last for a lifetime.
Rock Barn Outfitters - (http://rockbarnoutfitters.com) Rock Barn Outfitters wants you to see the Scenic Niobrara River as you have never seen it before! Come canoe or tube this beautiful river with us.
Memorial Day - Labor Day Off-Season
Rock Barn Outfitters Rock Barn Outfitters
HC 13 324 North Wood
Sparks, NE 69220 Valentine, NE 69201
(800)335-6252 (402)376-1764 email@example.com
Brewers Canoers & Tubers - Canoe outfitter for the Niobrara River.
Nola Super Tubes - Outfitter for the Niobrara River.
Saco River Kayak Sales and Rentals - The Saco River's crystal clear, shallow waters are ideal for river tubing,
Delaware River Tubing - Join us on the river for fun as you leisurely drift along the beautiful upper Delaware River.
http://www.delawareriver.net/tubing.php - Almost any part of the Delaware River is suitable for tubing as long as you know the river where you intend to tube. You shouldn't tube parts of the river you're unfamiliar with because of dangerous rapids and wig dams.
Adirondack River Outfitters (ARO) - (http://www.aroadventures.com) River Tubing is available on the SACANDAGA RIVER only... the tube season starts about mid June and runs 7 days a week through Labor Day Weekend. 1-800-525-7238
Deleware River Tubing - Join us on the river for fun as you leisurely drift along the beautiful upper Delaware River.
Head Canoes and River Tubing
canoeing, kayaking, rafting, river tubing and camping for all ages & skill levels on the Delaware river.
We are tucked into the corners of New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Click on the "Rentals" link
for information on river tubing. 1-800-874-2628
Lander's River Tubing - (http://www.landersrivertrips.com/tubing.htm) Located just a short driving distance from New York City and nestled between the Catskills and Pocono Mountains, on the Scenic Delaware River, brings you the best river rafting, canoeing and kayaking family adventures in Northeast Pennsylvania and upstate New York. Located in Narrowsburg, NY 12764 1-800-252-3925
Pines Campground - (http://www.ranchopines.com) Nestled along
the Schroon River between Brant and Loon Lakes, and only minutes from
the Queen of the Adirondack lakes, Lake George. Making this an
excellent spot for river tubing, boating, or just a relaxing
day of fishing. If hiking or biking is your passion, there are
trails close by and we can supply you with mountain bikes right at our
campground. Chestertown, NY 12817 1-518 494-3645
Tubby Tubes Company - (http://www.tubbytubestubing.com) Picture yourself floating down a lazy river, relaxed in the fresh air, surrounded by inspiring mountain views without a care in the world. Tubby Tubes Company invites you to experience the Adirondack's best family river tubing on the beautiful Hudson River. Located in Lake Luzerne, NY 12846 (518)-696-5454
Affordable family canoeing, kayaking, river tubing and biking along the headwater of the New River and Historic Todd, NC.
Todd, NC 28684
Black Mountain/South Toe Basin - Facilities along the South Toe River, in the Pisgah National Forest, include two recreation areas with camping, picnicking, hiking and wild trout fishing. Most of the trails lead from the river valley to the ridge top of the Black Mountains, the highest range in the East. Swimming and tubing. AC at developed recreation areas. US 19 Bypass, Burnsville, North Carolina 28714, Phone: (828)682-6146
Brown Mountain Beach Campground - Located along beautiful Wilson's Creek, BMB provides swimming, fishing, tubing, playground for the children, and game room. Also provided are cottages for rent. Located by the Pisgah National Forest. 6785 Brown Mtn. Beach Rd., Lenoir,, North Carolina 28645, Phone: (828)758-4257
Deep Creek tubing in the Smokies - (http://www.deepcreekcamping.com/Tubing.html) The one-mile stretch of water in the National Park set aside for tubing is divided into two sections, as shown on our Deep Creek Trails & Waterfalls map: The upper section is narrower and offers the most white water. It also provides the most thrilling Deep Creek tubing. The lower section is wider and a bit calmer. It's perfect for younger kids and less-adventurous adults. Many of our campers continue tubing all the way back to the campground, just a half-mile downstream. NC. PO Box 105, 1090 West Deep Creek Rd., Bryson City, NC 28713, Phone: 828-488-6055
JJ's Deep Creek Tube Center - Create those memories that will last you and your family a lifetime by tubing down the beautiful Deep Creek in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 1651 Toot Hollow Road, Bryson City, NC 28713 Phone: (828)488-3018
River Creek Campground - Tubing and Canoeing - (http://www.nccamping.com) Open Memorial Day Through Labor Day - River Tubing and Canoeing on the Broad River and/or Green River are ONLY available when water is released from the dam. 217 River Creek Drive, Rutherfordton, NC 28139, Phone: 1-828-625-1990 or Toll Free: (888)883-6569
Headwaters Outfitters - River Tubing down the French Broad River - (http://www.headwatersoutfitters.com/tubing_trips.htm) Kids of all ages enjoy our 2 to 3 hour river tubing adventure. You'll want to set aside a whole afternoon for this relaxing river float and scenic river run. PO Box 145, Rosman, NC 2877, Phone: 1-828-877-3106
Wahoo's Adventures - Boone N.C. 28607 Click on the "More Adventures" link at the bottom of their homepage.
Green River Cove Campground - Tubing on the Green River is the best fun you can have for $5/person. "Whether seven or seventy, all of our guests who have gone tubing on the Green River have enjoyed it thoroughly and thanked us for recommending it.. This weekend it was just plain hot (July 2005)... Gillespie, the owner of Green Cove, said... we had nearly 1,000 tubers each day". Green River Cove is only eight miles from the Oaks. Put on the sun screen. 5200 Green River Cove Rd, Saluda, NC 28773, Phone: 828-749-3781 or Toll Free: 888-343-3581
New River Canoe & Campground - Tents, Cabins, RV Hookups, Efficiency Apartments, General Store, Canoe and Tubing Rentals. 6286 US 21 N., Sparta, North Carolina 28675, Phone: (336)372-8793
Riverhouse Acres - Riverhouse Acres is located where the east and west forks of the Pigeon River, below Cold Mountain. We're 5 miles south of Canton and 8 miles east of Waynesville. We can set you up with tubing trips from 15 minutes to 5 hours or you can relax and enjoy swimming and fishing on the property. We're also within half hour from many attractions. We're open year round. Adults & children will love this vacation. 4744 Pisgah Dr., Canton, North Carolina 28716, Phone: (828)646-0303 or Toll-Free: (888)646-0303
Riverside Canoe & Tube Rental - Tubing by the 1/2 day or day. Limited tent camping, Accommodations for church groups, civic organizations and large family gatherings. Picnic tables, horseshoes, volleyball and basketball. Spacious men's and ladies restrooms. 2966 Garvey Bridge Road, West Jefferson, North Carolina 28694, Phone: (336)982-9439
Tubing in the Smokies - (http://raftinginthesmokies.com/tubing.htm) Grab a tube and have a of fun-filled trip floating down the lower end of the Big Pigeon River. Tubing the waters of the Lower Pigeon River offers a chance to float placidly past some of the most captivating landscapes in the Great Smoky Mountain Area. Relish the outdoors while enjoying the breathtaking scenery that surrounds you in the mountains of East Tennessee. Nothing beats the heat better than a tubing adventure and it is a great way for families, friends and groups to stay cool and enjoy East Tennessee & the Great Smoky Mountains this summer. Call (865) 428-4403 or (800) 776-7238 for reservations and information (open May through September) Rafting in the Smokies is a Division of Pigeon River Outdoors, Inc., PO Box 592, Gatlinburg, TN 37738
Silver Creek Campground & Whitewater Outfitters - Rent tubes, canoes and fun yaks. Also shuttle service to the Green River for drop-off and pickup. Paint ball, mini golf, swimming pool, fishing ponds, camp store and many more amenities. 3 rustic sleeping cabins with fans.Whitewater rafting and tubing on the Green River. 3111 Silver Creek Rd., Mill Spring, North Carolina 28756, Phone: (828)894-2331 or Toll Free: 800-510-1603
Smoky Mountain Campground - By Deep Creek. Sites on the creek. Fish for trout from your campsite. 25 full hookup sites with 12 on creek. Shaded and cool. Tube rental available with discount to campers. Campground store. 1644 West Deep Creek Road, Bryson City, North Carolina 28713 Phone: (828)488-3302
Tuckasegee Outfitters - (http://www.tuckfloat.com) We outfit our tubes with a strong nylon cover for comfort. You paddle with your hands and kick off rocks as you float down river. As with all our river craft we provide life jackets and require that our guests wear them at all times during the trip. Minimum weight for tubing is 90 lbs. No coolers allowed. We are located on HWY 441/74 about 3 miles west of Dillsboro NC. 28725 at Barker's Creek. Phone (828) 586-5050 or Toll Free: 1-800-539-5683
Wilderness Cove Campground - On the Green River offers mountain bike trails, tube and raft rentals, fishing and hiking.193 Green River Cove Road, Saluda, North Carolina 28773, Phone: (828)749-1037
UND Tubing Team - That is the University of North Dakota Tubing Team. I am just glad to have something to add for North Dakota. Updated regularly with their adventures on the Red Lake River in Crookston, MN. I know it is not really in North Dakota but it must be close. Read his updates and meet him for a trip, just drop in and surprise him, I am sure he would love it.
Little Miami Canoe Rental - This site does not say anything about tubing until you check out the "Trips" page where they mention group rates for tube rentals.
NTR Canoe Livery and River Tubing - (http://www.canoe-ohio.com) We offer Canoeing, Kayaking, River Tubing, Camping and Fishing on the Tuscarawas River. Bolivar, OH 44612 1-330-874-2002
Float Trips down the Mt. Fork River - This site does not list tubing but it does show several public access spots along the river where you could create your own tube trip as well as some outfitters that may (or may not) rent tubes. See my FAQ for info on how to get your own tubes.
Float the beautiful and scenic Illinois River, Tahlequah, Oklahoma by Canoe, Kayak, Raft - This site does not use the word tubing but mentions floating by raft and I have been assured by a visitor to my web site that his family has been tubing on the Illinois River since the late 60's, WOW! They may actually have surpassed me in the number of trips taken. Anyway, this site gives excellent information about the entire length of the river and lists several outfitters that may rent tubes, you will have to call and see. If you cannot find one that rents tubes, check out my FAQ for info on how to get your own tubes.
Delaware River Tubing (http://www.delawarerivertubing.com) - Enjoy up to a 4 hour river adventure drifting leisurely down the beautiful upper Delaware River. (866) WET-TUBE
the waters of the Delaware offers a chance to float placidly past some
of the most breathtaking scenery in Pennsylvania or New Jersey. Visit
with wildlife while enjoying scenery that surrounds you in the
mountainside. No paddling is required, you can just relax and let the
current pull you along. Point Pleasant, PA 18950
Susquehanna River Tubing near Long Level, PA
Hiwassee Outfitters - (http://www.hiwasseeoutfitters.com) Hiwassee Outfitters, Inc., is the leading outdoor recreation destination in the Cherokee National Forest. We specialize in rafting, river tubing and guided fishing trips on the Hiwassee River. Click on the "Rafting" link to get info on river tubing. Reliance, TN 37369 1-800-338-8133
Tent Camping USA - River Tubing - RV, Tent, Pull Behind Camper Campground in East Tennessee offering Fishing, Hiking, Canoeing, River Tubing and of course River side camping on the scenic French Broad River.
River Rat - River Tubing in the Smoky Mountains - Bring the entire family and discover the fun of floating down one of the most scenic rivers in the world! During season we offer tubing on the Little River just out our back door. Townsend, Tennessee!
River Johns Outfitters - Tubing on the Little River - If your coming here to be miserable because you can't face the day without all the gadgets man has devised then you probably need to go somewhere else, or stay home. This place demands you have some fun.
Tubing adventures on the Little Pigeon River with Rafting in the Smokies - Tubing the waters of the Little Pigeon River offers a chance to float placidly past some of the most captivating landscapes in the Great Smoky Mountain Area.
River Quest Outfitters - Tubing Trips - Come take a four hour vacation.
River Tubing - (http://www.raft.com/tubing.htm) RELAX -
UNWIND - COOL OFF on a hot summer day tubing down the Ocoee River.
Enjoy the scenery as the banks of the Ocoee glide by. We do not run
tubing trips on Saturdays during the peak summer season. OAR (Outdoor
Adventure Rafting) is located in Ocoee, Tennessee 37361
Cobble House Inn Bed & Breakfast - (http://www.cobblehouseinn.com) - Just outside our door is the White River with its clear waters, offering great water sports or lazy days by its shores. The White River offers excellent fresh water fishing in some of the finest Trout and Salmon waters around. River Tubing, Canoeing and Swimming are all favorite pastimes on the river. (Note: Cobble House may not rent tubes, but they should know who to refer you too since they are promoting it on their Website for the White River). 1 Cobble House Road, P.O. Box 49, Gaysville, VT 05746-0049 1-802-234-5458
Clore Bros. Outfitters - (http://www.clorebros.com) Offers canoeing, tubing, and fishing on the beautiful Rappahannock and Rapidan Rivers at Fredericksburg. Includes rental rates, trip description, and shuttle information. 5927 River Rd., Fredericksburg, Va. 22407, Phone: 540 786-7749
New River Junction - Located on the beautiful, historic New River just outside of Blacksburg, Virginia, The New River Junction has been providing tubing, camping, group picnics, group camping, and access to some of the best smallmouth fishing on the New River for over twenty years. 2591 Big Falls Road, Blacksburg, Virginia 24060, Phone: (540) 639-6633
River Runners, Inc. Inner Tube Trips -
James River Runners offers canoeing, inner tubing, rafting, kayaking,
camping, and fishing on the historic James River in central Virginia.
Professional Outfitting since 1979. 10082 Hatton Ferry Road, located 5 miles outside of
Scottsville, Virginia 24590
Shenandoah River Outfitters, Inc. - Float trips are 3 to 4 miles long -- two trips available daily -- Trips depart at 10:30 AM & 12 Noon -- you must arrive 1/2 hour before departure time. 6502 South Page Valley Rd., Luray, VA 22835, Phone: (540)743-4159 or Toll Free: (800)622-6632
Massanutten River Adventures - Canoe4u (http://www.canoe4u.com) - Our river tubing trips begin in McGaheysville, Virginia after a 15 minute drive. Tubers travel along an eastern flowing three mile stretch of the Shenandoah River's South Fork. Much like the canoe trip, tubers spend the majority of the excursion floating lazily through Virginia farmland, with some great peak views. The tubing trip also runs through approximately 5 "Class One" rapids, adding some excitement to the float. This stretch ends just outside of McGaheysville and takes approximately 2.5 hours round trip including about 1.5 hours on the river. We're located at near Harrisonburg, VA at Massanutten Resort, Phone: (540) 289-4066
River Reeling & Rafting -
Take a peaceful float down our secluded 4-mile stretch of the James.
You will find that the 2-4 hour trip will relax you thoroughly. P.O. Box 757,
Scottsville, Va. 24590
Adventure Challenge - Enjoy an afternoon drifting and paddling down the river while playing and talking with your friends. Richmond, VA., Phone: (804) 276-7600
Virginia Outdoor Center - (www.playva.com) River Tubing, canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing, backpacking, fly-fishing, ropes course. Instruction, rentals and guiding. Enjoy tubing on the new part of the Rappahannock from Motts Run to Virginia Outdoor Center. 3219 Fall Hill Ave., Fredericksburg, VA., 22401, Phone: (540) 371-5085 or Toll Free: (877) 752-9822
Rappahannock River Campground - Reservations are required -- call soon! 33017 River Mill Road, Richardsville, VA 22736, Phone: (540) 399-1839 or Toll Free 800-784-7235
Tube Leavenworth! (http://www.camstraps.com/tubeleavenworth) - Cool off in style and enjoy the lazy, late summer water levels of the Wenatchee River! Tube Leavenworth! offers affordable, self-guided, deluxe float tube rentals for the entire family! 321 9th St. #102, Leavenworth, WA 98826 (509) 548-8823
http://www.riverrecreation.com River Recreation has been rafting Washington rivers for over 23 years and is one of the most respected whitewater outfitters in Washington State, and the Pacific Northwest. An important part of Washington State tourism, whitewater rafting, kayaking, and river tubing opens the mind and energizes the body. River Recreation offers incomparable whitewater river rafting trips on nine of Washington State's best rivers: the Wenatchee and Upper Wenatchee, the Skykomish, Methow, Nooksack, Skagit, Green River Gorge, White Salmon, Klickitat, and the Tieton river. No other rafting company in Washington state runs more sections of the Wenatchee river - we are truly the Wenatchee river specialists.
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