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Michael R.
Report | 6 months ago
The owner of the park decided I was too drunk and kicked me out of the campsite that I paid for. When I tried to get my stuff and leave, they called the police and brought me to jail. The owner of the campground is a disgusting, shameless man who als
Courtney H.
Report | 2 years ago
We went to float rite park in the beginning of June when it was still cold and the owner was more then willing to allow us passes to go tubing a different weekend when it was warm. And they were more then willing to allow us more campsites do we had more room.

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Boasting the longest tube rides on the Apple River, Float Rite Park sets the scene for a three-hour vacation through the winding river's gentle rapids. Friends can tether their tubes together and pass around canned drinks and sunscreen without the hassle of training a pigeon to carry them. At the end of their trip, everyone climbs out onto the riverside campground, where they're welcome to extend their respite from reality at an open-air patio bar.

At the campground, visitors can take showers and pitch their tents or reserve one- and two-bedroom rustic log cabins. The campground keeps things lively with mechanical-bull rides, volleyball games on sand courts, and nightly activities such as themed costume dances and outdoor film screenings.

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