River Tube Trips

Pricing changes with our season. Prices shown in our online reservation system are accurate for the day chosen.

  • Regular Season Days: May 11 through September 22
  • Peak Days: May 25-27, June 29-July 7, August 31-September 2, all Saturdays in June, July, August.

Potter’s Bridge to our Livery

  • Length: 2.5-4 hours** / approx 3.5 miles / View Map
  • **Trip length-of-time can vary greatly depending on water levels. We provide a shorter trip alternative from Forest Park in late summer/low water conditions and for mid/late afternoon departure. In late season low water conditions, we stop running Potters Bridge altogether, and only offer the Forest Park trip.
  • Departure: 10am to 1pm daily. See Forest Park trip for later departures

Description: Check in/park at our River Road livery, depart via shuttle/bus to drop in at historic Potter's Bridge north of downtown Noblesville and float back to the River Road livery.

Pricing:

  • Regular Season: All Tubes (backrest, non-backrest, cooler tubes) $20
  • Peak Days: All Tubes (backrest, non-backrest, cooler tubes) $25

Note: No private tubes or cooler tubes allowed, with the exception of floating coolers that can be transported on the shuttle in the same manner as your normal cooler.  Coolers must be no larger than 55 quart.  No glass is allowed.


Forest Park – the short trip

  • Length: 1.25 - 2 hours depending on river current and wind conditions / approx 1 mile / View Map
  • Forest Park is the launch for tubes in low and slow water conditions and a shorter late afternoon option on our Peak Days if the Potters Bridge trip is sold out.
  • Departure: 3pm to 4pm daily

Description: Check in/park at our River Road livery, depart via shuttle/bus to drop-in at the Forest Park ramp in downtown Noblesville for a 1 mile float back down to the River Road livery.

Pricing:

  • Regular Season: All Tubes (backrest, non-backrest, cooler tubes) $18
  • Peak Days: All Tubes (backrest, non-backrest, cooler tubes) $23

Note:  No private tubes or cooler tubes allowed, with the exception of floating coolers that can be transported on the shuttle in the same manner as your normal cooler.  Coolers must be no larger than 55 quart.  No glass is allowed.

Train on the Monon trail over the White River

river tubiing on the White River


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