Summer Tubing in Northeast Wisconsin

summer tubing in northeast wisconsin

Sit back and relax along the river with summer tubing in Northeast Wisconsin!

*Many locations offer a shuttle if needed, life vests, and tubes for coolers at additional costs. See the facility website for specific accessories provided with rental and open times. No glass containers are allowed on the water.

Sandy Shores

  • N4206 26th Ave, Mauston, Wisconsin
  • (608) 548-TUBE
  • $20 per person, $40 deposit for all reservations

“Now is your chance to kick back and enjoy the calm waters, secluded beaches, and magnificent scenery the Wisconsin River has to offer. All of our Wisconsin River tubing adventures include professional tubes, U.S. Coast Guard approved life preservers, tube ties, and a shuttle service. You can enjoy this three-mile float which takes approximately 2 -3 hours or spend more time on the sandy shores and in the sizzling sun to make a day of it. These are self-guided trips on a flat water river.”

Book online and find all of the important details: sandyshorestubing.com

Rivers Edge

  • W7615 County Rd F, Shiocton, Wisconsin
  • (715) 752-3344
  • $16/tube, cash only, atm available

Weekend campers get tubing priority, call for reservations if not also camping. 

“The Steve Pari family welcomes you to Rivers Edge with 800 feet of Wolf River frontage, tubing, swimming area and fishing for smallmouth bass, walleye, pike and catfish. Rivers Edge Camping Resort offers 75 campsites with electric and water, heated bathrooms with pay showers, game room and a bar serving pizza.” Tubing trips range 3 – 6 hours.

Hours, details, and reservations: riversedgecampingandtubing.com

Wolf River Trips & Campground

  • E8130 Flease Rd, New London, Wisconsin
  • (920) 982-2458
  • Monday – Thursday – $13
  • Friday – Sunday & Holidays- $16

“Here the Wolf and Little Wolf rivers flow through the forests and farmlands of central Wisconsin, creating spectacular scenery and incredible recreational opportunities.”

There are short & long tubing trips. Trip lengths vary depending on water levels. The long tubing trip only runs when the water levels are higher. Kayaking and canoeing are also available.

Release forms and tube examples: wolfrivertrips.com

S&B Tubing

  • 100 E Main St, Albany,Wisconsin
  • $15/tube. Cash or check only.

“S&B Tubing is located right on the Sugar River so your trip begins when you arrive. You float from our shop in Albany to a designated location about four miles South along the river. When your excursion ends S&B staff will be there to help you with your equipment and belongings, and direct you to the next available shuttle bus. Shuttle wait times are usually eight minutes or less.” Trips approximately 3 – 4 hours.

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Point Bluff Resort

  • 3199 County Rd Z, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
  • (608) 253-6181
  • $20.00 per person

“You now begin a leisurely float down the river back to Point Bluff. There are plenty of sandbars to stop on along the way. Castle Rock will come into view about two-thirds of the way through your trip. You must leave Castle Rock Resort no later than 5 pm. If you float straight down without stopping it takes approximately 4 hours for you to reach Point Bluff depending on wind and river conditions. If you stop along the way be sure arrive back to Point Bluff no later than 6 pm so that you do not incur late fees.”

Release form, further details: pointbluff.com

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