Toccoa River Adventures, McCaysville
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My wife, our 2 daughters and I did the tubing in the super summer sun in June while we're on a road trip around Georgia. This was one of our best experiences. We did the 1.5 mile tubing trip and it wa... read more »
This group did a great, very organized job! Park right off the main road and walk uphill to the office/shop to pay for tubing (rafting, too!) You can choose between a 1 mile and 3 mile. Whether it is ... read more »
After a day on the occoee river the next day allowed for a nice relaxing day on toccoa floating down on a innertube. Very flexible schedules to accommodate everyone. Thanks and will be coming back aga... read more »
The driver of the bus that took us to our starting point was very friendly and informative. We took the 3 mile ride and it was fun and relaxing. I had a 6 yr old and a 8 year old and they enjoyed it very much!
Nice and relaxing. Had to wait a little too long to be picked up. Was great for my 5 yr old daughter
Our family of 4 went tubing this weekend. The TRA (that's what's everywhere on all their gear) is a pretty well run organization. We got there around 11 and got bussed up with about 14 other people. Not a lot of people on the river except 10 fishermen or so. It didn't feel crowded or anything. 1. The Toccoa river isn't very exciting. This is a VERY leisurely ride with maybe 4 small "rapids". You can tie your tube to your kid and not really worry about their safety as long as they act decently in the tube. My 8yr old turned his tube over 3 times, but honestly it was because he was bored with the river and wanted some more excitement. This isn't TRA's fault but however much water is released by TVA. 2. The 3 mile is a waste of time. We were thoroughly displeased at how slow and sometimes completely stagnant the 2nd half was. Imagine having to paddle your tube through a lake with little current and you get the idea of 3/4 of the extra 1 1/2 miles. A kayak or boat type would be much funner here because you could take your time paddling. In a tube it's a chore with your hands. So the first 1 1/2 miles was good (especially with my family) while everyone HATED the extra 1 1/2 miles we purchased. The guy was there waiting on us though when we finally got there. I'm sure people have to wait, but we didn't wait on anything except the river, which they can't control. Check the water flow there at the base camp and if it's not really going swift.... just do the regular $6 trip.
Can't beat it. $6 tubing. Apparently by GA law you need to have a life jacket with you (they are provided by the facility for use). I attached mine to one of the tube handles and that seemed to be acceptable. Our group was loaded into a bus with our tubes and they dropped us off at Horseshoe Bend Park. The water was soo cold at first, but it soon becomes quite refreshing. I stopped a lot to enjoy the water so it took about three hours for me to float back to the car, but they say it's supposed to take an hour and a half. Dressing rooms are available if needed. Enjoy the water. It's beautiful.
Great way to spend a Sunday afternoon!
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