Tube and Raft Texas Rivers

Floating The River Is Fun and Easy

Summer time in Texas. It's hot. Hit the rivers, bask in the sun, and cool down. Floating the river is the place to be.

2014 is here!

Let's get tubing!

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Tubing (or "toobing", or "floating") is floating down a slow moving river in an oversized inner tube. Most people get a cooler for cold drinks, put it in another inner tube, and tie it to one of the tubers. Then the whole party latches on to the cooler tube flotilla-style and sits back for a relaxing time.

The Origins of Tubing

Who can say it isn't simple? Texas summers are like an oven. Our spring-fed rivers are icy cold. Some mad genius grabbed an inner tube and jumped in!

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About Us

We love water sports — floating the Texas rivers is no exception — and want to share that others. We give you up to date information about tubing trips and river conditions.

We are not outfitters; we do not sell or rent inner tubes. We do not take reservations for tubing trips.

We're interested in hearing from tubers and from outfitters. Contact us!

Also, if you ask us, it's tubing, not toobing. However, in Texas tubing companies often use "toobing".

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Water sports are a great way to relax on Texas rivers. But be courteous of land owners and the real estate around the water. Take your cans with you. Kayak, canoe, rafting, fishing boat, or tube ... help keep it clean.