How much is tubing at Wolf River?


How much is tubing at Wolf River?

Cost: Tubes $10 Monday-Thursday and $14 Friday-Sunday and holidays. Canoes and kayaks $22-$25. Days of operation: Open Memorial Day to Labor Day (or later depending on weather). Shuttles run every day 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Call 920-982-2458 for details.

How long does it take to tube down the Wolf River?

The trip time can range from 2-3 hours. The rivers in our area is are all sand bottom. You may see a variety of wildlife from eagles to deer.

Is the Wolf River open?

Open mid-May to mid-Oct. Located on the Little Wolf River. Tubing, canoe, & kayak trips with a shuttle to take you up the river.

How do you tie tubes together for tubing?

Bring the underwater rope through the hole in the second tube. Take the submerged end of the rope and pull it through the hole in the other tube you want to be tied to. Bring the 2 ends of the rope together between the tubes and pull the rope tight. Tie an overhand knot to keep the rope secure.

Where is Wolf River Tubing?

Shawano, WI
We offer tubing, kayaking, paddleboards and canoeing on the beautiful Wolf River in Shawano, WI.

Can you kayak the Wolf River?

Famous for its white sand beaches and winding waterways, the Wolf River is the perfect playground for the amateur or experienced canoer and kayaker alike!

Are there trout in the Wolf River?

Fish species inhabiting the Wolf River include brook, brown and rainbow trout, large and smallmouth bass, northern pike, musky, walleye and numerous species of pan fish and forage minnows. Trout are most prevalent from County Highway T downstream to the county line.

What county is Wolf River Tubing?

You’ll float past towering green pines as you stay cool in the clear waters of the Wolf River. In Langlade County, the Upper Wolf River drops 430 feet over 28 miles, making it one of the fastest-flowing rivers in the Midwest.

What do I need to know before going tubing?

River Adventure (Tubing/Kayaking):

  • Sun block, preferrably waterproof sunblock that is safe to the environment.
  • Swimsuit (Speedo and Thongs are allowed, it is called T&A for goodness sake!)
  • Water Shoes (there is gravel in the parking lots, plus helps to prevent cut feet)
  • Flip Flops or Sandals.

What do I need for tubing?


  1. The tube. If you’re not renting a tube through an outfitter, you’ll obviously need to bring your own.
  2. Water shoes.
  3. Sun protection.
  4. Leave your phone behind.
  5. Rope.
  6. Portable air pump.
  7. Clothes (optional).
  8. Insulated water bottle.

Should you tie tubes together for tubing?

Using the nylon rope, simply tie all your tubes together to ensure your crew doesn’t get separated on the hours-long trip — and that everyone has continued access to the cooler.