Photo Courtesy of Adirondack Tubing Adventures
Adirondack Tubing Adventures is part of the family-friendly Adirondack Adventure Center, where you can also go tubing or rafting on the Hudson River or a pump up your adrenaline on their treetop ropes course and zip lines. Established 20 years ago, the adventure center offers the perfect way to get outside and experience the Adirondacks near popular Lake George.
Adirondack Tubing Adventures
The Adirondack Tubing Adventure takes about three hours. You supply your water shoes, bathing suit, sunscreen and towel. The adventure center provides everything else you need, including a guide, life jacket, your choice of tubes and an optional cooler carrier. Perfect for kids of all ages, it’s a relaxing way to cool off during the summer on a real lazy river that averages two to four feet deep. You can go with groups of 10 or more people. Tubing is open from April to October, daily during the summer but weekends only during the spring and fall.
Rafting a with Adirondack Tubing Adventures
If you want more control and speed on your lazy river cruise, you can go river rafting. The rafting excursion also takes about three hours. Renting a raft allows you to paddle the lazy river with your friends and family in the same floating device. Eight people fit in the raft. The raft, paddles, safety equipment and guide are provided by the adventure center. You supply your footwear, bathing suit, sunscreen and towel.
Want more excitement? The Adirondack Treetop Adventures provides an exhilarating experience for any thrill seeker! Go solo, with your family or with a group of ten to twenty people. At the Aerial Adventure Course, thrill seekers can jump, climb and zip line their way through the treetops. The extra-daring can experience a bungee plunge using the 63-foot QuickJump XL freefall device! The Treetops Adventure takes about two hours and is open daily during the summer, weekends during the spring and fall.
“Great guides for the treetop gave us solid training beforehand so we had no trouble working the requisite safety equipment. At no point did the treetop course ever put us in an unsafe position.”
—RichHart81, Manheim, PA