Please refer to your confirmation email for exact directions, maps, Google Map pins, and instructions for your meeting location. MEET at the RIVER Tube Trips ALWAYS meet us at California Corner Parking Lot on the Madison River. TOWN to RIVER SHUTTLE and Tube Trips meet at our shop on Main Street in Bozeman Equipment Rentals can be picked up and dropped off at our shop on Main Street in Bozeman.
- Non-glass Beverages
- Towel and/or dry pair of clothes
- Shoes with back straps- NO FLIP FLOPS
- Bathing Suits - or clothes you don't mind getting wet
- We recommend water shoes with heal straps
- No flip flops!
- Sunglasses with a strap
- No cotton clothing - quick dry only
- Sun shirts/clothing
- Sun Hats
- Water Shoes
- Tee Shirts
- Sun Screen
- Towels for rent
- Cooler tubes for rent
- Squirt Guns and toys
- Bluetooth Waterproof Speakers for rent
- Dry Bags and Waterproof Phone Dry Bags for rent and purchase
- AND MORE!
Sunday - Saturday 9:00AM - 5:00 PM (weather dependent) Memorial Day - Labor Day (also weather dependent)
Do not bring any glass products on any river. We are all responsible for the health and safety of our fellow river friends and the environment.
Madison River Tubing prides itself on reducing emissions and river access congestion for everyone involved. Extra stops can confuse customers and derail the shuttle timing for the entire day. For these reasons we try to avoid picking up customers at the Blacksford River Access. Please inquire about custom trips for exceptions.
Our Madison River Tubing Trips are for adults and children ages 3 and up.
We are not responsible for or able to control changing weather during your trip. This is a shuttle service and is not a guided trip. You can cancel your trip if you are not comfortable but our cancellation policy will apply if you do so within the 24 hours leading up to your trip time.
- We drive the river all day. This does not mean we are your rescue crew. This is a shuttle service, not a guided trip. If you must exit the river due to weather:
-DO NOT pull out of the river on the side of the highway (it is wicked busy and our busses and trailers cannot just pull over and load you up into our rig).
-DO pull out of the river at fishing access lots/dirt road side of the river.
-If you see one of our vehicles (we are hard to miss) try to make eye contact and put your arms straight out at each side (so you look like a cross) and our driver will know you need picked up.