Delaware River Tubing launches tubes, rafts, and kayaks on five- to six-mile trips down scenic waterways just north of where George Washington historically crossed the Delaware River. Shuttles ferry groups to launch points, where watercraft journeys begin along the wide river. In addition to renting vessels, Delaware River Tubing's crew leads guided kayak tours that can highlight local wildlife and tackle class one rapids like a mall cop tackling a gummy-bear thief.
During river adventures, scents of barbecue waft across the water from the aptly named Famous River Hotdog Man. The riverside eatery, founded in 1987, partners with Delaware River Tubing to give each customer a hot meal, which they can devour at picnic tables in the water.
When you need something to do on your day off, visit Design and Development in Perkasie and indulge in a day filled with fun and adventure.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Jim Thorpe River Adventures, a premier travel destination in Jim Thorpe, is a great place to spend your time off.
Take advantage of the nearby parking options and keep an eye on your vehicle throughout your stay.
For 50 years Bucks County River Country have been renting kayaks, tubes, and rafts alongside their traditional canoes. Led by the charismatic River Dan, the shop draws patrons in with its proximity to the Delaware River. Once there, they can choose from a variety of vessels to float past wildlife, including six kayak and four tube options.
Set your course for Princeton Canoe Rental in Princeton for a relaxing afternoon of boating on one of their ship-shape vessels.
Whether you want mouth-watering food or great drinks, this center has the restaurant just for you.
No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home at this center.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.