Delaware River Tubing Resumes July 21

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Delaware River Tubing, the region’s No. 1 River Outfitter, resumes tubing, rafting, canoeing, and kayaking services on July 21. The 2021 season will run through September 19 at 778 Frenchtown Road in Milford. For daily hours of operation, visit www.delawarerivertubing.com. 

Tubing at Delaware River Tubing enables visitors to cool off, relax, and enjoy the scenic and historic landscape of the Delaware River and accompanying River Towns. 

Float down the river in a tube over a 5-6 mile stretch (approximately 3 to 4 hours to complete) and get a free BBQ meal at Adventure Island with the Famous Hot Dog River Man. Enjoy your lunch at a picnic table before returning to your tubing adventure. 

Tubing is something that everyone can enjoy. Children ages 4 and older are welcome to attend. The stretch of the river that Delaware River Tubing uses averages a summer temperature of 80 degrees and an average depth of 2 to 4 feet. The current is swift, yet gentle with “lazy” sections that enable you to bask in the sun. 

Rafting is also a great group activity, and Delaware River Tubing has some of the most comfortable rafts you will ever experience. Rafts hold anywhere from two to five people. These excursions are great for team building, spending quality time with family and friends, and simply enjoying the great outdoors. Expect to get a little wet or even jump in the river for a swim if you like!

Group and individual pricing are available at https://delawarerivertubing.com/Individual.html.