The 15 Top Tubing And Drinking Rivers in America

The 15 Top Tubing And Drinking Rivers in America

Looking for an offbeat way to cool off this summer? Aside from the usual pools, waterparks, and swimming holes, give river tubing a try. It’s a relaxing way to enjoy some natural scenery while you float the day away.

TUBING can be one of the most relaxing ways you can spend a summer day on the water, and has become one of most popular summertime party activities ever in the U.S.

To help you in your quest to float your boat, we did some online research to come up with the 15 top tubing rivers in America :

15- San Marcos River

San Marcos, Texas

San Marcos River
San Marcos River

Just down the road from Austin, San Marcos is a college town in the purest sense. The coolest small city in Texas is also one of the fastest growing and hardest partying in America, and the crown jewel is the San Marcos River. Every summer when the temps hover above three digits, hundreds of college kids flock to its cool, 72-degree waters to soak up the sun and koozie-covered bottles of Lone Star. It’s also home to Float Fest, an annual music festival offering two days of camping and river floating. The fest goes down July 21-22 this year with headliners Tame Impala, Modest Mouse, and Snoop Dogg.

14- Snoqualmie River

North Bend, Washington

Snoqualmie River
Snoqualmie River

While the Green River is more famous, the Snoqualmie offers great tubing. The water might be a little bit chilly in comparison, nevertheless, you’ll be tubing along through some noteworthy scenery. If you tire of tubing and drinking, this river has plenty of rope swings to stop and enjoy with your friends. GO Next Page To See More





2019-08-21
Joe