Summer in Missouri means spending as much time as we can outdoors … but that also means we have to find as many ways as we can to stay cool all season long. Missouri offers so many fun ways to cool down on the water that about everyone can find something to their liking. If you’re a fan of relaxing on a summer day, consider hitting the river on one of these great options for summer tubing in Missouri.

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When you’re not exploring the hidden beaches in Missouri, you won’t find a better way to while away the time than by tubing. What are your favorite spots for summer tubing in Missouri? Let us know in the comments. If you’re looking for more summer fun in Missouri, hiking is a great way to spend a warm day. If you’re looking for a quiet and serene lake hike, follow the Lincoln Lakeside Trail near Troy.

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What are some more places for tubing in Missouri?

We have so many great natural lazy rivers in Missouri that there's really no need to go to a crowded water park — just let nature take care of you by relaxing in a tube on a hot day! Many outfitters also offer rafts or kayaks if you prefer something a little different, but we love leaning back in a tube and not having to worry about anything else.

What are some of the best beaches in Missouri?

We may not have access to the ocean, but we have so many great rivers and lakes in the Show-Me State, and that means we have plenty of great beaches in Missouri. Check out Long Branch State Park in Macon: it'll have you feeling like you're relaxing in the Caribbean!

Are there any water parks in Missouri?

If you're looking to enjoy a family-friendly day at a water park in Missouri, it doesn't get much better than River Rapids Water Park in Ste. Genevieve. There's something here for adrenaline junkies and fans of relaxing alike. If you want a tranquil day, enjoy the lazy river, but if you are looking for a thrill, check out the epic slides.