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Where can you go tubing in Maine?

9 Lazy Rivers In Maine That Are Perfect For Tubing On A Summer’s Day

Where can you go tubing in Maine?

9 Lazy Rivers In Maine That Are Perfect For Tubing On A Summer’s Day

  • Stroudwater River, Portland. vastateparksstaff / Flickr.
  • Bullfrog Adventures, Caratunk.
  • Ogunquit River, Ogunquit.
  • Three Rivers Whitewater Rafting, West Forks.
  • Royal River, Yarmouth.
  • Saco River, Fryeburg.
  • Androscoggin River, Bethel.
  • Presumpscot River, Portland.

Does Sunday River have snow tubing?

Snow tubing is closed for winter 2021-22. We apologize for any inconvenience, and hope to reinstate tubing in a new location in the future.

How deep is the Saco River in Maine?

3 feet deep
During the summer season, the Saco River averages 3 feet deep (some short sections are deeper) with some small rapids, lots of sandy beaches and some rope swings for the more adventurous.

What is the biggest ski mountain in Maine?

Sugarloaf
Sugarloaf is Maine’s largest single ski mountain with vast terrain from traditional trails to summit snowfields and side-country glades, totaling 1,053 boundary to boundary acres of skiing and riding.

Do you get wet when tubing?

In general, a bathing suit is your best bet when tubing. You’ll definitely get wet, so you’ll want clothing that is water-safe and dries easily for when you get out or walk back. It will be hot and a bathing suit will be the most comfortable while you are relaxing in the sun.

Can you tube down Saco River?

The Saco River offers some of the best and safest family float tubing trips with fun, small rapids. We have a variety of tubing gear and water accessories available for rent. We offer three different Saco River tubing trips that vary in duration. Select your gear and tubing destination and we’ll do the rest!

Are there fish in the Saco River?

The Saco River is stocked from its headwaters at Saco Lake all the way down Conway. To put things into perspective, per New Hampshire Fish and Game, the Saco River received 15,184 stocked trout in 2018 alone. This included 8,483 brook trout as well as 5,128 nonnative brown trout and 1,573 nonnative rainbow trout.

Where can I go snow tubing in Maine?

Hermon Mountain is a small family owned and run ski area that offers skiing and snow tubing. A great place for snow tubing in Maine, the resort’s snow tubing sessions are three hours. For more info, click here.

Why choose Northern Outdoors for Maine river tubing?

Like we said above, Northern Outdoors takes care of all the driving for your Maine river tubing trip, so you don’t have to worry about driving back up to get your vehicle!

What are the best winter activities in Maine?

Snow tubing in Maine is one of the most fun and most inclusive winter activities in the state. You don’t need any special skills, which makes it great for (almost!) all ages. So, when you’re ready to enjoy some snow tubing in Maine, pull on your snow pants, check out these tubing hills in Maine, and spend your day flying through the air!

Where are the best sledding hills in Maine?

Aside from tubing hills in Maine, there are also lots of sled riding hills in Maine. One of the most popular places for sledding is Widowmaker Hill. Located in Bangor’s Essex Street Recreation Area, the hill has long been a favorite of all ages. Davenport Park and Hayford Park are also popular sledding spots in Bangor.