Whitewater tubing is a fantastic way to cool off with fun and adventure on those hot Summer Days! Join us for the day for a great escape.
Want to have a little luxury with your fun in the sun? Upgrade to a tube tracker! We have a limited supply and the rental includes a paddle and life jacket.
Our cooler tubes hold a 12-36 quart cooler and come with a connector strap. There is a limited supply available.
Changing rooms and bathrooms are available for your use.
There are tables, rocks, and grassy areas around the property to have a quick picnic before or after your trip. Find an empty spot and enjoy the day!
Groups of ten or more tubers with one form of payment for the group receive a discount of $2 off per person on weekdays and $1 off per person on weekends, holidays, and events.
Our tubing schedule is based on the daily releases from the Tuxedo Hydro Station upriver. We update our schedule daily on Facebook and our phone message. Most trips start around 11:00, but the two hour float usually starts around 12:00. We strongly recommend checking the schedule before heading our way. We try to stay as up-to-date as possible, but the dam release is out of our control! Please remember that all children must be 42" or taller to tube.
Includes tube rental, shuttle, and life jacket
Depending on the time of day, you will either be dropped off upriver and float back to our place, or be dropped down river and picked up at the final takeout.
Our most popular float - Bridge to Bridge! This float starts at our beach area and ends 3 miles downriver at a large concrete bridge.
Depending on the time of day, you will either start upriver and end at a large concrete bridge or start at our place and finish at the final takeout.
Our longest float starts at the top put-in (Fishtop access) and finishes at the final takeout (Big Rock access - or as we affectionally call it, Fish Bottom).
Includes tube tracker rental, paddle, and life jacket (limited supply)
1.5 mile (1 hour) or 3 mile (2 hour) float
4.5 mile (3 hour) or 6 mile (4 hour) float
Includes tube rental and connector strap, this tube is rated for a 12-36 quart cooler
Please note that extra tubes can be difficult to control and can tip over. Be sure that your cooler closes tightly and that you are not taking anything of value. We also encourage you to not take a cooler tube if it is your first time on the river, you have small children or other adults that might need assistance, or if you do not feel that you can keep up with your trash.
No! There are class I & II rapids. This is a natural river so there is fast-moving water, rocks, deep spots, trees, and other obstacles to deal with. We recommend that you be able to swim and if there is any question that you take a life jacket (they are provided).
All children must be 42" or taller to tube (no exceptions). We strongly suggest that children be over the age of seven. This is not a lazy river and there are deep spots and fast-moving water. Children under 13 are required to wear a life jacket (they are provided). A connector strap is provided for children's tubes.
Life jackets are provided to anyone that would like one. You are welcome to bring your own, but be sure it is rated for moving water. Children must have approved life jackets and not "swim assist" equipment.
Sunscreen, towels, change of clothes, river shoes or shoes with a strap (we do not recommend flip flops!), water bottle that can be clipped on to your bathing suit or tube, a favorite life jacket if needed (NOT swimmies or arm floats for children).
Everything! Seriously, take your water bottle, but leave everything else. You are strongly encouraged to leave your keys in the office after locking up your car. Locksmiths are expensive!! Plus by you leaving your keys, we know you are still on the water! You are required to leave your keys if you are doing a longer float.
There are snacks and drinks for sale in the office. You are welcome to bring your own picnic and enjoy it on the grounds before or after your trip. We have trash receptacles for your use. Please remember that if you take something on the river, you are responsible for the trash as there are no public areas (other than the other tubing places) to drop your trash.
We do have a limited number of cooler tubes for rent, but we do not encourage them. They hold a small cooler and come with a connector strap. Please remember that if you take something on the river, you are responsible for the trash as there are no public areas (other than the other tubing places) to drop your trash. Please no styrofoam, glass, or excessive trash.
Alcohol is not allowed on the Green River or within 50' of the banks. This is regulated by the local police department and game wardens. There is a large fine for everyone in the party if alcohol is discovered.
Dogs are not allowed to go tubing with us and not are not allowed to be left unattended.