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Smoky Mountain River Rat Tubing, Townsend

  • Went with 6 kids and 3 adults. Unfortunately the water was very low but we still had fun. Would have been a lot better if the water was higher though. When you get to the place you can buy water shoes for $12 tethers for $5 and you get $2 back when you return the tethers and then you can rent a locker or they hold your keys for free. Half way through the river there is a rock that EVERYONE stop and jumps off of it. You go down the river and 2 miles down (the end) you get out and they take you back to your car (the beginning) in buses. Super cool would definitely like to do it again but when the water is higher.

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  • It is a must do for all ages!! Relaxing with a few rapids and a swimming hole where you jump off the rock of the mountain! Gorgeous scenery! Brisk cool water!

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  • Great time tubing with River Rat! Our group enjoyed the river all day. Employees were all nice and helpful. They have stuff in their store to buy incase you don’t have dry bags or aqua socks. We’ll definitely will be back next vacation.

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  • These folks have their act together. Things run smoothly, and you will really enjoy your time on the river. Be sure to sign the waiver forms online before you go. That makes getting to the water so quick and easy when you arrive.

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  • Tube all day for 20 USD per person. The kids running this place make you feel welcome from the second you walk in. They act like they want to be doing exactly what they are doing, and it shows. Two different sections to run, one faster than the other. We took the fast side with 6 to 63 year old kids, and had no issues and a great time. Thanks kids for the great day on the river!

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  • Sours: https://www.inspirock.com/united-states/townsend/smoky-mountain-river-rat-tubing-a355049537

    For tubing in the Smoky Mountains you and your friends should go try out the River Rat. They have tubing, kayaking and rafting everyone in your family can enjoy. It’s a day full of fun where you and your travel companions will make many memories together. You have many options of packages to choose from. Don’t just limit yourself to one thing there’s so much that can be done.

    If you just want to tube all day then its $13. However the price is cheaper for groups. This total includes the tube rental, tax, unlimited shuttle service and a life jacket. If you ever wanted to try to kayak then don’t miss your chance while you’re vacationing in Pigeon Forge. The price for kayaking is $15 for the first trip and $5 for every additional time after that. The folks at River Rat want to save you some money as well. If you want to whitewater raft and tube you could save $8 dollars and by the combo pack for $39.95 or save $13 and book a whitewater rafting trip and receive free tubing pass.

    Once you decide which package is best for you and your friends you will load up in the River Rat shuttle and will be taken one mile up the river to tube or kayak back down to the River Rat store. If you choose to float down the river you’ll be looking at about an hour of floating so be sure you wear your sunscreen and water shoes. You’ll make plenty of memories and share a lot of laughs on this adventure with River Rat.

    River Rat has been open since 1995 and their visitors go back to them each time they are in the Smokies. Next time you’re in town you should go out and visit them too. Maybe you’ll find this place to become a tradition for you and your family that everyone will look forward to when they come to Pigeon Forge every year!

    Sours: https://www.pigeonforgetncabins.com/river-rat-tubing/
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    Smoky Mountain River Rat Tubing is a Great Way to Beat the Summer Heat

    In the heat of the summer months, there’s no better way to cool off than river tubing in Townsend, at the entrance to Great Smoky Mountain National Park
    The next question, though, is a little harder to answer. What are you going to do about the heat?
    Give Tubing a Try!
    Tubing? Yes, tubing! You might have heard of tubing, or you might not have. Either way, the team at River Rat Tubing will answer any questions you may have and get you ready to get out there and enjoy the Little River.
    While you’re here, though, we can let you in on a little more info about tubing. Tubing is a great way to relax; you just get on your swimming gear, add a lifejacket if you’re a younger kid or not much of a swimmer, grab a tube, drop it in the river, lie on top, and relax as the Little River takes you around its bends and curves. It’s fun, it’s as adventurous as you’d like it to be, and it sure beats sitting inside and giving the air conditioning a workout.
    You’ve Got a Choice of Routes
    Everyone ages 2 and up is welcome to tube, and those 6 and up have a choice to make. River Rat Tubing has two tubing outposts: the first, for their “family float” route, is for anyone 2 or older, and includes scenic views, calmer rapids, private beaches, and even a rock jump. Cowabunga!
    The second outpost, their “adventure float,” is for ages 6 and older, and includes rapids that will get your heart pumping, some refreshing swimming holes, and private cabanas at the outpost that are available to rent after you’ve finished taking on the river for the day. Pretty fancy for a river rat, don’t you think?
    Not sure which route is right for you? No problem! Tubers 6 and older can take on both routes in a single day. River Rat Tubing allows you to keep tubing until it’s time for their last trip of the day, so just one ticket gets you plenty of time on the water!
    The Whole Family Can Go (Even Fido!)
    When people say, “whole family,” they usually mean just the people – and this can leave someone pretty special feeling left out. River Rat Tubing allows dogs to go tubing, too! Just bring your water-loving dog, get ‘em in a doggie life jacket, and set them up with you in the tube (if they’re small) or in their own tube (if they’re up to 60 pounds, because doggie toenails can pop tubes), and you’ll have the recipe for a great time, not to mention some amazing snapshots. Dogs tube for free, and tethers connecting dog tubes to “dog parent” tubes are available for rent.
    Go Ahead, Make Your Summer Tubing Plans
    River Rat Tubing is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day, 7 days a week, from 10 AM to 5 PM, and with shortened hours after Labor Day. If you can’t get enough of relaxing on the Little River, they’ve got you covered with the Smoky Mountain River Rat Season Pass, which includes unlimited tubing all summer long, as well as your choice of one of two river rafting adventures at their rafting outpost in Hartford, Tennessee. So make a splash – the season won’t last forever!

    Sours: https://www.smokymountains.org/smoky-mountain-river-rat-tubing/


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