It’s never too early to start planning your summer adventures in The Green Mountain State! This river campground offers double the fun with a tubing trip down one of the best natural lazy rivers in Vermont and a charming overnight stay. Enjoy the great outdoors with family or friends on this exciting river-based experience. There’s nothing like river tubing in Vermont!

Have you ever stayed at this river campground? If a tent is just not your style, check out this log cabin campground that is like a little slice of paradise.

Or, if you do like tenting but just want to try somewhere else in the Green Mountain State, then check out this list of great campgrounds in Vermont! These 17 Amazing Camping Spots In Vermont Are An Absolute Must See

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River Tubing in Vermont

What should I bring when I go river tubing in Vermont?

River tubing is a grand adventure! Great River Outfitters will provide the tube and transportation, but there are some things that you should bring along with you as well. You'll need sunscreen, strap-on shoes or sneakers you don't mind getting wet, bug spray, snacks, a water bottle, and a zip lock bag for your phone so it doesn't get wet. Also bring a good attitude and be ready to have fun!

Can I fish on this river trip?

If you're tubing, no fishing is allowed, as a hook could pop the tubes. However, if you decide to go canoeing or kayaking instead, you're welcome to fish along the way as long as you have a Vermont or New Hampshire fishing license.

Where else can I go river tubing in Vermont?

Great River Outfitters is a great company but if you've already tried them out and want to do something different, check out 5 more places to go river tubing in Vermont. There are several natural lazy rivers in Vermont that are great for tubing in the summertime!

What else is there to do near Windsor?

Windsor, Vermont, is right in the middle of the state on the north to south line, but it's also all the way to the east on the New Hampshire state line. When you're done tubing and camping, you might consider a visit to nearby Lebanon in The Granite State. Some people consider it to be the very best small town in the state!

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