How long does it take to tube the Wolf River?
two to four hours
Tubing also is the least expensive of the options at $10 per person Monday through Thursday and $14 per person Friday through Sunday and holidays. Kayak and canoe trips range from $22-$25 per person. Most trips last anywhere from two to four hours, making it a great source for relatively cheap entertainment.
Is the Wolf River open for tubing?
We are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day. Last tube can go on the water by 4 pm.
How much is tubing at the Sugar River?
We Only Accept Cash
|1 Person Inner Tube
|Cooler Tube (Cooler NOT INCLUDED)
|1 Person Kayak
Can you bring your own tube to Apple River?
Join us for the Day. Experience the Apple River! Bring your family and friends to tube or tank down the river!
Can you tube on the St Croix River?
Enjoy the hot and hazy days of summer tubing on the St. Croix or Namekagon Rivers. Imagine floating the day away along the gentle current and riffles of this scenic riverway!
How do you get out of the river when tubing?
Tips for Floating the River
- DO: Get everything included when possible.
- Do: Bring floatable sunglasses.
- Do: Pack light – and pack your trash out.
- Do: Bring food.
- Do: Waterproof case your phone or leave it.
- Do: Bring a water bottle & drink more than you think you need.
- Do: Have protection from the sun.
How long is tubing at Sugar River?
around three hours forty five minutes
Kayak trips take about an hour and a half while tubing takes around three hours forty five minutes. All all of these times are approximate and subject to change based on the depths of the river.
How long does it take to tube down the Apple River?
The approximate tubing ride is 2.5 hours to the campground. Tubing is now taking credit cards for tubing, not keys and drivers licenses. There is a $20.00 deposit per tube required cash or credit card requited for this deposit.
How deep is the Apple River in Wisconsin?
Apple River Flowage is a 604 acre lake located in Polk County. It has a maximum depth of 18 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from public boat landings.
How do you connect river tubes?
Bring the underwater rope through the hole in the second tube. Take the submerged end of the rope and pull it through the hole in the other tube you want to be tied to. Bring the 2 ends of the rope together between the tubes and pull the rope tight. Tie an overhand knot to keep the rope secure.