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River Tube Rentals

Pagosa Springs River Tube Rentals

Quick Details

Tube Rentals No Shuttle Included
Single Tube - 3 hr 44" River Tube
$22
$19.95
XL Tube - 3 hr 48" River Tube
$25
$22.95
Double Tube - 3 hr Double 44" River Tube
$44
$39.95
Single Tube - Full Day Return By 6:00
$34
$29.95
XL Tube - Full Day Return by 6:00
$39
$34.95
Double Tube - Full Day Return by 6:00
$65
$59.95

Tube Rentals

Rentals can be booked online anytime and tubers can walk directly across Main St. from our shop to the best 1/2 mile of river to float. The river walk runs along the entire section and you can walk back up and run as many times as you’d like. There are multiple town parks, 3 whitewater features and free riverside hot springs all within 1/2 a mile.  Our favorite float for walking is from Cotton’s Hole Park down to Centennial Park.

TUBE MAP FOR WALKING

If you have 2 cars or someone that will drop you off and pick you up, the float can be as long as 2 miles.  Our favorite float for driving is from River Center Park down to Town Hall or even as far as Yamaguchi Park

TUBE MAP FOR DRIVING

What the River Flow Means For Tubing

The River Gauge in Pagosa gives flow in CFS – cubic feet per seconds.  River levels can fluctuate daily based on snow melt and rainfall.

  • 30-90 = low: stay in the deepest current, lots of rocks to dodge
  • 90-180 = medium:  our favorite tubing level
  • 180-300 = high: rowdy fun for adventure seekers, you’re gonna flip!
  • 300’s and up = Rafting!

Current San Juan River Conditions

Rollin on the River

What a hoot. We felt like kids again. We really enjoyed doing a double tube. Easy to book. It's right across the street from the river. Easy access. A world of fun. Tubing on the San Juan River.

– beachbumhq
Great for Tube Rental

Really enjoyed our experience (3 adults, 2x 5-y.o.) and would rent here again. Great location near the town park and the hot springs- makes it easy to return after a few rides down the river. Staff was very helpful selecting the right set of tubes and life preservers, ensuring that we didn’t do anything silly like take glasses or phones or car keys on the river. Also gave great advice for where to put in, where the river can be tricky, and the best spots for landing.

– Joel I