River Tubing in the Georgia Mountains

A summertime trip to the Georgia mountains is the perfect time to enjoy a relaxing tubing trip in one of the beautiful North Georgia rivers. There are locations close to many of the mountain towns, and in Helen, GA you can actually float right through the middle of town on the Chattahoochee River!

North Georgia River Tubing and River Floating

North Georgia River Tubing and River Floating

Tubing North Georgia can be done in a shallow, slow-moving, narrow river or in wider, deeper rivers. If you have planned ahead, you can take your own raft and enjoy this activity anytime. However, you’ll need to take your gear and make sure that you have a ride back to your drop-in point, so it will help to have 2 cars available (one to park at the start of your trip and one to park at the end of your trip).

Continue reading to learn about tubing options in the Georgia mountains and how to prepare for your trip!

 

Map of Tubing in North Georgia

This interactive map can help you to find great tubing and river floats in North Georgia!

 

Tubing on the Rivers in the Georgia Mountains

For an option that involves less planning, you can choose to rent a raft from one of the tubing operators. The services offered can vary, but be sure to find out if your rental includes transportation back to your starting point.

Here are some of the places and businesses where you can rent rafts for tubing in the Georgia mountains.

 

Cartecay River Tubing near Ellijay

The Cartecay River land is mostly undeveloped, but the river does pass through residential developments. The headwaters of the Cartecay River begin in the Chattahoochee National Forest and are a great recreational river for kayaking, canoeing, and tubing.

 

Cartecay River Experience in Ellijay, GA

Cartecay River Experience Tubing in the Georgia Mountains

Cartecay River Experience Tubing in the Georgia Mountains

This outfitter has everything you need for a fun day on the river, plus they allow those who have their own gear to park at their site! Shuttle service is available year-round (reservations required September – April). All ages are welcome.

This location in Ellijay is $13 cash ($15 credit card) and includes rental of tube and safety gear. Small (personal sized) zippered coolers are allowed but they must fit inside the tube with you. No glass allowed.

Cartecay River Tubing Contact Info

  • Phone: +1 (706) 889-1108
  • Address: 2400 Hwy 52 East, Ellijay, GA (put in located at 1554 Lower Cartecay, Ellijay, GA)
  • Hours: open year-round, but call for Fall hours
  • Website: CartecayRiverExperience.com

 

Cartecay River Tubing Reviews

  • Facebook: @RiverExperienceEllijayGA 2950+ Likes
  • TripAdvisor: Rated 4.0 (130+ TripAdvisor reviews)

In addition to tubing, kayak rentals are also available.

 

Chattahoochee River Tubing in Helen

The section of the Chattahoochee River in Helen is one of the narrowest and shallowest options for a leisurely river float. These trips feel a little different than most of the others as this twists right through the middle of the Alpine village of Helen.

The water is calm and relatively shallow, with rocks along the river and on the bottom of the riverbed. You are going to occasionally float into a rock and need to push yourself off of it to continue floating downstream. The amount of recent rain will affect the water level of the river, and if it has been dry, then you’ll find yourself needing to push off and work a little harder to continue downstream. There are a couple of swimming holes with water deeper than 5′, but the area is mostly shallow water.

This stretch of the river can get very busy, so if you want to avoid the crowds, plan on getting there very early. Dogs are welcome to float along with you.

 

Cool River Tubing in Helen, GA

Cool River Adventures Tubing on the Chattahoochee River in the Georgia Mountains

Cool River Adventures Tubing on the Chattahoochee River in the Georgia Mountains

The company with the green tubes has 2 outposts where you can choose the length of your trip (if the water level is low, then the shorter run is recommended). The cost is $10 (for either trip) or $14 for all-day tubing. Group rates are available for 10+ people. Tubing is available to children ages 3+. Dogs are welcome.

There is also a single waterslide available for an additional $5 (must be at least 42″ tall). Push sticks are available to purchase for $5 and are highly recommended. Free tubing is available with select Adventure Park Combos. Reservations are recommended.

There is a picnic pavilion with tables and grills, as well as a cafe with seating on the deck overlooking the river. No coolers, cans, glass, or alcohol. Must wear shoes (flip-flops are not allowed).

 

Cool River Tubing Contact Info

  • Phone: +1 (706) 878-2665
  • Address: 112 Poplar Stump Road, Helen, GA
  • Hours: Memorial Day to Labor Day, 7 days per week from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. weather permitting (call to check for hours in other seasons)
  • Website: CoolRiverTubing.com

 

Cool River Tubing Reviews

  • Facebook: @CoolRiverAdventures Rated 4.9 (95+ reviews) 2050+ Likes
  • TripAdvisor: Rated 4.5 (80+ TripAdvisor reviews)

In addition to tubing, there are also ziplines, a climbing wall, and adventure courses at Cool River Adventures.

 

Helen Tubing and Waterpark in Helen, GA

Helen Tubing & Water Park on the Chattahoochee River in Georgia Mountains

Helen Tubing & Water Park on the Chattahoochee River in Georgia Mountains

The company with the pink tubes also has a waterpark with 4 waterslides and a lazy river! There is only one ride down the river (single entrance/exit point). The cost is $8 per person for one trip, or $12 per person for unlimited tubing (available Mon – Fri only). There is no minimum age for tubing. A waterpark pass includes free unlimited tubing! Push sticks are available to purchase for $5 and are highly recommended (tree limbs are not allowed for use as push sticks).

Dogs are allowed to go tubing but are not allowed in the water park. No coolers, cans, glass, or alcohol. Must wear shoes (flip-flops are not allowed).

 

Helen Tubing and Waterpark Contact Info

  • Phone: +1 (706) 878-7465
  • Address: 222 Edelweiss Strasse, Helen, GA
  • Seasonal Hours: open daily during summer
    • 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. daily between Memorial Day and Labor Day
    • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. on weekends only after Labor Day
  • Website: HelenTubing.com

 

Helen Tubing and Waterpark Reviews

  • Facebook: @HelenTubing Rated 4.3 (485+ reviews) 38,320+ Likes
  • TripAdvisor: Rated 4.0 (550+ TripAdvisor reviews)

Also includes a rock wall attraction.

 

Chestatee River Tubing near Dahlonega

The Chestatee River is an excellent beginner’s river with an easy float experience near the former gold-rush town of Dahlonega.

 

Appalachian Outfitters in Dahlonega, GA

Appalachian Outfitters Tubing on the Chestatee River in the Georgia Mountains

Appalachian Outfitters Tubing on the Chestatee River in the Georgia Mountains

This group offers a “short but fun” tubing float on the Chestatee River, just outside of Dahlonega. The season runs from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend and they are open daily.

Tubing trips will take about 30 to 45 minutes, but if you would like more time to float, you may take the easy 10-minute nature trail back to the beginning to float it again. You can also return to the beginning with another shuttle. The cost is $6 per person for gear rental plus one shuttle ride (additional shuttles are $2 each). The minimum age for children is 4 years old. Dogs are also welcome.

No coolers allowed. No glass or alcoholic beverages.

Trips are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, but reservations can be made for groups of 10+. Groups are available for discounted rates of 10% off for 10 or more people, and 20% off discount for 20 or more people.

 

Appalachian Outfitters Contact Info

  • Phone: +1 (706) 867-7116
  • Address: 1182 Golden Ave, Dahlonega, GA
  • Hours: weekday trips depart 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and weekend trips depart 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • Website: CanoeGeorgia.com/tubing

 

Appalachian Outfitters Reviews

  • Facebook: @CanoeGeorgia Rated 4.9 (160+ Reviews), 3050+ Likes
  • TripAdvisor: Rated 4.5 (70+ TripAdvisor reviews)

Additional activities at Appalachian Outfitters include kayaking and canoeing.

 

Chestatee River Adventures in Dahlonega, GA

Chestatee River Adventures Tubing in Georgia Mountains

Chestatee River Adventures Tubing in Georgia Mountains

This float experience on the Chestatee River is one of the few places where you do not have the option of a shuttle bus to return to your start point. However, it is also the most affordable tube rental in the Georgia mountains, at only $5 per tube. Military and student discounts are available.

The float lasts about 20 – 25 minutes, and then there is a 10-minute walk back to the shop (or you can re-enter the river at 1 of 3 places and float back down to the exit point). Available for children ages 4 and up. Reservations are available and are suggested. Dogs are welcome.

 

Chestatee River Adventures Contact Info

  • Phone: +1 (770) 540-9950
  • Address: 2718 South Chestatee/Hwy 60, Dahlonega, GA
  • Seasonal Hours: Memorial Day – Labor Day
    • weekday trips depart 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    • weekend trips depart 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Website: chestateeriveradventures.com/tube-trips.html

Chestatee River Adventures Reviews

  • Facebook: @CanoeGeorgia Rated 5.0 (60+ Reviews), 1220+ Likes
  • TripAdvisor: Rated 5.0 (15+ TripAdvisor reviews)

Kayak rentals are also available.

 

Ellijay River Tubing near Ellijay

The beautiful waters of the Ellijay River run through the mountains in and around the city of Ellijay, merging with the Cartecay River to form the Coosawattee River. Kids and adults will both enjoy a tube trip down the river.

 

Ellijay River Outfitters in Ellijay, GA

Ellijay River Outfitters Tubing in the Georgia Mountains

Ellijay River Outfitters Tubing in the Georgia Mountains

There are 2 options for floating with Ellijay River Outfitters. The 1-mile trip is slow lazy river floating, and while it is still highly recommended that you know how to swim for the short trip, it is required for the longer 3-mile trip. Coolers are welcome and can sit in a tube (link the tubes for easy access / to maintain control). No glass or alcohol is allowed on the river (county regulation). Tubes have a max weight limit of 250 pounds.

Prices are $11 for the 1 mile (approx 1 hour) trip and $21 for the 3-mile trip (approx 3 – 5 hours). Groups of 10+ are eligible for a discount with prepayment.

You can bring your own equipment and park for free, but note that there is a small fee for the shuttle service.

 

Ellijay River Outfitters Contact Info

  • Phone: +1 (706) 889-8697
  • Address: 88 Holt Bridge Rd, Ellijay, GA
  • Seasonal Hours: open through Labor Day
    • the last 3-mile trip leaves at 2:00 p.m.
    • the last 1-mile trip leaves at 4:30 p.m.
  • Website: TubeEllijay.com

 

Ellijay River Outfitters Reviews

  • Facebook: @Ellijay-River-Outfitters-202013353169634 Rated 4.9 (4350+ Likes)
  • TripAdvisor: Rated 4.5 (40+ TripAdvisor reviews)

In addition to tubing, kayak rentals are also available. They also offer an excellent location for fishing (be sure to bring your fishing license with trout stamp)!

 

Toccoa River Tubing near Blue Ridge & McCaysville

The scenic Toccoa River is nestled in the beautiful North Georgia Mountains and is great for a relaxing day of floating on calm waters. These trips are ideal for families with smaller children (ages 5+) that are too young for whitewater rafting on the Ocoee. The Toccoa river is actually the headwaters of Tennessee’s famous Ocoee River but changes its name to the Toccoa River when it crosses the line into Georgia.

The Toccoa River water flow is regulated by Tennessee Valley Authority. Water levels will vary depending on the water released and therefore there are no guarantees of the amount of time it will take to float the river on a tube or a kayak (float times vary based on the water flow each day). The depth of the water changes from place to place in the river and there may be small rapids and rocks along the way. Trips are suitable for most people who can swim.

 

Rolling Thunder River Company in McCaysville, GA

Tubing on the Toccoa River with Rolling Thunder River Company in the Ga Mountains

Tubing on the Toccoa River with Rolling Thunder River Company in Ga Mountains

All equipment rentals include transportation and life jackets. The is a 1.5-mile trip (1.5 hours) is $10 per person and the 3-mile trip (1.5 – 3.0 hours) is $17 per person and estimated travel times will depend on water released.

Coolers are allowed, and you can even rent a tube for your cooler, however, no alcohol or glass containers are allowed on the river. No reservations are required except for groups of 15+. Wear proper-fitting shoes (flip flops are allowed).

Available to everyone ages 5 and up, but if the TVA releases water on any given day resulting in a swift water situation, they may increase the minimum age to 10 for their 3-mile trip.

 

Rolling Thunder River Company Contact Info

  • Phone: +1 (706) 492-5720
  • Address: 20 Hughes Street, McCaysville, GA (directions)
  • Seasonal Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
    • Thursday thru Monday from Labor Day – Memorial Day
    • Saturday and Sunday in September
  • Website: RollingThunderRiverCo.com

 

Rolling Thunder River Company Reviews

  • Facebook: @RaftWithThunder Rated 4.9 (960+ Reviews), 8640+ Likes
  • TripAdvisor: Rated 5.0 (1660+ TripAdvisor reviews)

Additional river activity rentals at Rolling Thunder River Company include kayaking.

 

Shallowford Bridge Tubing in Blue Ridge, GA

Shallowford Bridge Tube Rentals in North Georgia

Shallowford Bridge Tube Rentals in North Georgia

This floating adventure group is located in the Aska Adventure Area. Enjoy an easy 1 – 1.5 hour trip from Sandy Bottom to the take-out at Shallowford Bridge. Tube rentals are $9 each (cash only) and you can float a 2nd time for $5. They will occasionally offer night floats during a full moon, so keep an eye on their Facebook page for details. You may bring your own tubes and float the river on your own, but be sure that you have a life vest and have paid the parking fee.

No dogs are allowed. No glass containers allowed.

 

Shallowford Bridge Tubing Contact Info

 

Shallowford Bridge Tubing Reviews

  • Facebook: @ShallowfordBridge Rated 5.0 (85 Reviews), 1620+ Likes
  • TripAdvisor: Rated 5.0 (19 TripAdvisor reviews)

 

The Paddle Zone in Blue Ridge, GA

Enjoy a 3-hour float on the Toccoa River from the start at Tammen Park to the finish at Curtis Switch. Includes tube, paddle, and shuttle service back to start point. Add a raft for your cooler for only $10. Choose daily or weekly rentals of kayaks, paddleboards, inflatable docks, coolers, and waterproof Bluetooth speakers!

Military and First Responders receive a 5% discount on rentals. No dogs are allowed. No glass containers allowed.

 

The Paddle Zone Contact Info

 

The Paddle Zone Reviews

 

Toccoa Tubing in McCaysville, GA

Tubing with the Toccoa River Tubing Company in the Georgia Mountains

Tubing with the Toccoa River Tubing Company in the Georgia Mountains

All equipment rentals include transportation and life jackets. The is a 1.5-mile trip is $10 per person, but if you’d like to do a “double-take”, you can return for a second float for only $5 more! The minimum age is 5. Coolers are allowed, and you can even rent a tube for your cooler, however, no alcohol or glass containers are allowed on the river. No reservations are required.

Toccoa Tubing Contact Info

  • Phone: +1 (706) 492-5280
  • Address: 340 Toccoa Avenue, McCaysville, GA (directions)
  • Hours: 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • Website: ToccoaTubing.com

 

Toccoa Tubing Reviews

  • Facebook: @ToccoaRiverTubingCompany Rated 4.9 (50+ Reviews), 870+ Likes
  • TripAdvisor: Rated 4.5 (75+ TripAdvisor reviews)

 

Toccoa Valley Campground in Blue Ridge, GA

Toccoa Valley Campground Tubing in Blue Ridge in the Ga Mountains

Toccoa Valley Campground Tubing in Blue Ridge in the Ga Mountains

This location in Blue Ridge is $10 and includes rental of the tube, transportation, and life jackets (note that the cost is still $10 if you bring your own personal tube). Group rates available for 25+ people (paid in advance). The pink tubes are equipped with a bottom and handles and come in 2 sizes (48” regular size and 54” larger size tubes). Both the entrance and exit points are owned by Toccoa Valley Campground. No alcohol is permitted.

 

Toccoa Valley Campground Contact Info

 

Toccoa Valley Campground Reviews

  • Facebook: @ToccoaValleyCampground Rated 4.8 (150+ Reviews), 3000+ Likes
  • TripAdvisor: Rated 5.0 (120+ TripAdvisor reviews)

In addition to camping options, other river activities/rentals at Toccoa Valley Campground include rafting and kayaking.

 

 

Closed Tubing Locations in North Georgia

There used to be a few more places to rent a tube and head out on the water. These locations provided some great memories in the past, but are no longer offering river floats.

  • Coosawattee River Tubing Co in Ellijay, GA
  • Toccoa Wilderness Tubing in Blue Ridge, GA
  • Van Zandt’s in Blue Ridge, GA
    • The grill and grocery are still open, but this location no longer offers tube or kayak rentals

 

Gear for Tubing on the Rivers in North Georgia Mountains

When you choose to use a rental service for tubing, then you’ll be provided with a float/tube, a life jacket (children 12 and under are required to wear them), and a shuttle ride to either the start or endpoint. However, you’ll also need to make sure that you have the right gear for your party to have the most enjoyable experience.

 

Clothing for River Floats

 

Quick Dry Clothing

Clothing that dries quickly will help to keep you comfortable during your tubing trip and while getting back to the changing area. Avoid fabrics that are heavy when they are wet (like denim and jeans) and opt for lightweight clothing that will dry quickly.

Water Shoes

Many of the rivers have rocky bottoms, and there may be other hazards at the bottom like old fishing hooks. Be on the safe side and wear a pair of water shoes to help with traction on slippery surfaces and to keep your feet protected.

Hats

The summer sun in Georgia can be brutal, and the water may reflect and enhance the effects. Take along a good hat for protection from the sun on your skin and eyes.

Polarized Sunglasses

A great pair of polarized sunglasses will reduce glare and allow you to see crisper detail in outdoor environments, but this is very pronounced when you’re looking into the water. Take along a pair of polarized glasses and see how many fish you can find underwater that are swimming along beside you while you float.

Sunglass Strap and Case – Designed by a Georgia Entrepreneur!

You will definitely need sunglasses for a sunny day on the water, but you also want to keep your shades protected from damage when they are not being worn. Protect your glasses with the innovative Glasskin case made by a local Georgia company, baggual.

 

Safety Gear for River Floats

 

Life Jackets / Personal Floatation Devices

Although adults are not required to wear a life vest when floating on these rivers, it is still a good idea. Children 12 and under are required to wear life vests, so make sure to have a US Coast Guard-approved device for everyone in your group.

Sunscreen

Make sure to protect your skin before heading out on the water. Apply before the start of your trip and consider taking extra for reapplying if you are allowed to carry more on your trip. Look for waterproof sunscreens as you will certainly be getting wet!

 

Fun Extras for Your River Float

 

Waterproof Smartphone Case

These cases allow you to take your phone with you and use it while it’s still in the case… You can even take photos underwater! The lanyard neck strap will help you keep it safe from slipping out of your hand.

Waterproof Dry Bag

A great way to carry small towels or other items you’ll want to keep dry.

Water Bottles

Some places are very strict about what they allow to be taken on the water, but most will allow a 32-ounce water bottle that should allow you to carry enough water / Gatorade to stay hydrated during your trip.

Coolers

A handful of places do allow coolers on the float trips and will even let you rent a tube that is specifically for your cooler to float. Pack enough for everyone and enjoy the day with your own cooler full of goodies (make sure to obey all outfitter rules and local laws).

 

Other Tips for a Great Tubing Trip

Remember to take the proper required safety gear and if you are doing a trip with your own gear, then always have a buddy to go with you and let someone know where you are. If you are floating on a section of a river that is subject to upstream water releases, be sure to check in advance so that you can anticipate any changes in the water. Be very careful about where you jump into the water. Diving in headfirst can cause serious injury so it’s best to avoid this. Be aware that wet rocks both above and below the surface are very slippery. Use caution when walking across any rocks.

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For anyone who wants a faster trip down a scenic river, read more about White Water Rafting in North Georgia.

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Hopefully, you’ve found a good option for your group to try tubing / floating on one of the scenic rivers in the North Georgia mountains. It is one of the most enjoyable ways to spend the afternoon on a hot summer day, as it is relaxing, refreshing, and most of all, a whole lot of fun!

25 Responses

  1. Kwidzin says:

    North Georgia has some amazing places to visit. i would love to have a go on one of those tubes and surf the river rapids. Unfortunatel though, im on the other side of the pond at the moment, so its a little bit far for me this summer. But Georgia mtns are definitely on my Must Visit list so hopefully ill be there next year!

    • Alyce says:

      I think it’s great that you’re doing so much advance planning for your visit! Enjoy your summer!

  2. Christine says:

    This looks like such a cool and relaxing activity. Just floating down a river. Are no paddles needed? I would love to do this, just to unwind. I also like that some of these places allow dogs. In some photos I can see that there are lots of people floating on some rivers. Doesn’t such a high amount of river tubing cause collissions even if such collissions can’t really do much damage but still, I was wondering about it. That’s probably why alcohol isn’t allowed 😉

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Christine, On busy days and especially in the smaller sections of the rivers, there will definitely be some natural bumping into other rafts along your float. These are gentle and the rafts can easily handle them. A paddle or a stick can come in handy to provide help with steering and navigation, but they are usually an optional choice for these easy river floats. 

  3. Dave says:

    River tubing is something my children especially have enjoyed.  It can be a lot of fun in a slow-moving river especially.  Northern GA is a beautiful mountainous area with many beautiful places to tube.  I live right across the border in TN and am familiar with some of the places you describe.  

    Some of these excursions go through more rapid water that probably would not be for me – I am past the age of adventure and more the slow river type!

    I am amazed at all the information on this website – there are so many places it would be difficult to know which to pick!

    Dave.

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Dave, Most of these North Georgia “river tubing” trips are for those who prefer a slower trip in more gentle waters. The rivers just across the border in TN and NC are where you’ll find the bigger rapids and white water rafting options

      As far as which one to choose — I think you would enjoy any of the trips and it might be helpful to pick whichever one is located closest to other places you are visiting or where you will be staying. 

  4. Parameter says:

    You spelt it out, there is a need for the right gear for a wonderful tubing experience. Although rentals will provide the basic like float tube and life jacket. But you must ensure that you have the right gear. Also I love your emphasizes on quick dry cloth. Not just any thing but what is useful and that ensures comfort

    • Alyce says:

      River tubing is such a great way to have fun on the water, but it’s amazing how a few key pieces of the right equipment can make you feel like a total pro! 

  5. Sasha says:

    Another great article and even more great ideas for a full day on the river! I have gone tubing in the winter more often than the summer and this year I would love to try tubing in the summer! With this current pandemic going on, the best thing to do is to be outdoor in nature, with the correct precautions, of course. 

    Again, I would love to visit Georgia one day but I am going to look for options here in Ontario where I live to see where I could plan a trip on the river. You have some great options listed with awesome tips as well. Thank you!

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Sasha, Thank you so much! Most locals here will find the water and the temperature outside too cold for tubing in the Winter, but how fun that Canadians are tough enough to enjoy those extremes and go tubing in cold weather!!

      I hope you find some good local options until you can visit North Georgia and experience an easy trip on the river in the warmth of the summer sun. 

  6. LineCowley says:

    River tubing is so much fun and reading this post brought back so many memories of going down the river in a vehicle tyre on a family property when I was a teenager and early adulthood. You have listed so many fabulous opportunities of tubing in the Georgia mountains, that it will be hard to choose just one.

    Tubing down a river is also a great way to see an area that you might not see when hiking or driving. Great tp to make sure that you have transport back to where you started. 

    • Alyce says:

      River tubing is definitely a classic summertime activity in the south! It’s wonderful to have a wide variety of choices of smaller, slower rivers and some with larger flows too!

  7. John C. Stewart, III says:

    Any idea where you can self-serve tube?

  8. Stella says:

    What a fantastic option to explore when choosing a safe river to do tubing. In any river we are to use, it is advisable to wear life jacket,water shoes and other saftey wears to prevent one from unforseen accident. All these rivers in the Georgia Mountains are eye catching and great. It used to be fun when I go tubing with many people. It used to be a great experience. I like the fact that children are also given access to enter some of the rivers. Coosawatte river turbing might seem expensive than the rest , but I want to explore this section of Georgia Mountains. Thanks for this collection.

    • Alyce says:

      The prices can be quite different, but it’s good to know that there is an option for only $5 all day (Chestatee River Adventures near Dahlonega, GA). Enjoy your trip!

  9. Dane says:

    I have fallen in love with the Georgia mountain already that I just keep coming for more information about this place. So much fun activities thay can be done at really cheap bills. My daughter loves tubing alot especially with a balanced tide, not fast nor slow. She would certainly have a good time doing this. I just want to keep learning more about this place. 

    • Alyce says:

      The best way to learn more about the Georgia mountains (and tubing in the rivers) is to experience it firsthand! 🙂 Hope you all are able to visit again soon!!

  10. Nazmun Nahar says:

    Hi,

    Thanks for a great article about tubing in the Georgia Mountains. You explain here very well about tubing in the rivers, especially whoever never have any tubing before they will get all those knowledge. Not only that they can get resources and ideas (by your recommendation) which they needed for tubing . My younger brother loves to go tubing. Whenever I got any mew your idea I always shared with him. I think this time when he gets this he will be amazed.

  11. Henderson says:

    Hello alyce. Thank you so much for bringing up so much ideas on what to do in the Georgia mountains. Honestly this summer would’ve been really bad if it weren’t for you. I definitely will try tubing before I leave although its going to be my first time I’m happy you have added all the gears I’ll be needing and tips too. Thanks again.

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Henderson, It’s easy to find fun things to do in the Georgia mountains. I’m happy that I was able to help connect you with some of them!!

  12. RoDarrick says:

    I cannot seem to remember the last time I went on an adventurous activity such as tubing. Though it surely is a very fun experience but when work comes calling, one has to neglect all but thankfully, I and my wife would be heading back to Georgia this October for the oktoberfest (not sure the name), we might as well book a half day adventure to enjoy the tubing experience. Thanks

    • Alyce says:

      You all will definitely have a great time at Oktoberfest, and there are a few places that still offer tubing on the weekends after the summer season (ends Labor Day). 

  13. Judy says:

    Thank you so much for this amazing post. We have a business trip coming up in Atlanta and I think we are going to add on some extra time and check out some of these tubing adventures. We’ve already have all the right gear because tubing is popular in our home area. The prices you’ve found are really good and there’s some really gorgeous looking places to explore and experience here. Looking forward to exploring some of the Georgia Mountains! Cheers.

    • Alyce says:

      Atlanta is very close to the mountains — only about an hour drive away from Dahlonega and the Chestatee River tubing options. Visiting the mountains is definitely a nice retreat after spending time in the city. Have a great trip!!

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