River Tubing In Alabama

There are a multitude of opportunities to go river tubing in Alabama. With over 77,000 miles of rivers and streams and the most freshwater biodiversity of any state in the US, river tubing in Alabama is an experience one can’t ignore. Located in the southeastern region of the United States, most of Alabama’s weather is mild and the summers are long, providing for plenty of time to plan a river tubing trip you’ll never forget.

Grab an inner tube and find a river near you or contact one of the outfitters below. They’ll supply the gear and shuttle service so all you have to do is show up.

Do you have a favorite river tubing location or an outfitter that has provided excellent service? Share your experience in the comment section below.

Quick Links: Cahaba River | Styx River

Cahaba River Tubing

The Cahaba River is the longest free flowing river in Alabama and flows for 194 miles before it joins with the Alabama River. It is one of the most biodiverse rivers in the world, which provides for excellent fishing opportunities, should you chose to do so, before or after your tubing trip. This diversity also provides much of the Cahaba Rivers scenic and recreational value to canoes, kayaks, and tubes. The Cahaba River holds a special place in the hearts of many who live in Alabama, so be sure to leave the river as you found it so anyone in the future can enjoy the same experience as you.

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Styx River Tubing

The Styx River flows for 41 miles through Alabama and has many sandbars allowing you to exit your tube and stretch your legs or have a picnic. Naturally, with sandbars, the river bottom is mostly sand, the water is clear, and the current is slow. These combine to make an excellent opportunity to experience river tubing in Alabama. Contact one of the outfitters below to get started and if you’re interested in extending your trip, there are plenty of campgrounds that would be happy to accommodate you.

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