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Bel Haven Canoes
1227 Route 542
f Egg Harbor (Green Bank)
800-445-0953 • 609-965-2205
Canoe, Kayak & Tubing rentals and sale

Delaware river tubing
route 29
Great family tubing outfitter on the delaware!! Special Group discounts apply. Student passes available. Prices as low as $7.95 for the whole day. Free lunch is included with most trips. Come tube with the famous river hot dog man!!

First Bridge Marina & Kayaks
500 Great Bay Blvd.
Kayak, boat rental and touring business in the heart of the Great Bay Wildlife Management Area. They are dedicated to educating the public about the intricasies of their estuary. There are many trails which can be accessed by kayakers throughout the entire Management Area with great views and spectacular birding.

Jersey Paddler
1748 Route 88
888-225-2325 • 732-458-5777
Canoe & Kayak rentals, sales, equipment and lessons

Mowhawk Canoe & Livery
Squankum-Yellowbrook Rd
They offer trips of two different trip lengths on the Upper Manasquan River. Our one hour trip, a good choice for paddlers with small children. The three and a half hour trip is more scenic and challenging. They also rent Ocean Kayaks that can be paddled in the ocean. Delivery available. They are open weekends through late June at 9am and 7 days a week beginning late June at 10am.

New Jersey Kayak
409 East Bay Avenue
609-698- 4440
Offers kayak rentals and tours through the 40,000 acre Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge. Open weekends through April & May...Daily Memorial Day till Labor Day..weekends end of Oct

Pine Barrens Canoe & Kayak Rental
3260 Route 563

800-732-0793 • 609-726-1515
Day and overnight canoe and kayak rentals on the Wading and Oswego Rivers through the Wharton State Forest in the Pinelands.

Row Your Boat Rentals
Swartswood Lake State Park
Rowboats, Canoes, Kayaks, Peddle Boats, Sailboats: Sailcats, Sunfish

South Shore Marina
1880 Greenwood Lake Tpke.
Sailboat, Canoe & Kayak rentals on Greenwood lake. Lessons available.

Sweetwater Guided Trips
P.O. Box 118
Surf City
Canoe & Kayak trips on the Batso and Mullica Rivers. 4 hours: $40 ppp 8 hours: $75pp Fishing, Beach Buggy and other trips too.

White Water Challengers
P.O. Box 8
White Haven, PA 18661
Whitewater rafting at Whitewater Challengers means great fun for everyone. From beginner to high adventure enthusiast, you'll find a trip that offers exactly the level of challenge and excitement you're looking for.

It is important to remember while you are going rafting and Tubing in NJ that the weather can change quickly. Try to be prepared for just about any weather situation, especially May-June and September-October.

What Should I Wear?:

A pair of sneakers you don't mind getting wet (sneakers should lace up so they don't fall off)
Wool socks
Bathing Suit
A piece of clothing that retains heat when it gets wet like wool, pile, polypropylene, and or neoprene
Rain Jacket and Rain Pants
Hat or visor
Wool Gloves
Sunscreen / Lipscreen
Most Rafting and tubing companies in NJ and Pennsylvania have wetsuits you can rent. Most companies require wetsuits when running the rivers in May, early June, September, and October. Sometimes a wetsuit is good to have when it is raining or overcast. Life Jackets, Helmets, and Paddles will be provided by the rafting company. All of the companies provide expert instruction.

What kind of weather should I expect?

The weather in May,June, September, and October can vary greatly, but genrally is ideal for tubing along the delaware.Lows in the 50's to 60's can be expected while having highs in the 70's and 80's. The months of July and August have lows in the 60's and highs in the 90's sometimes.

Is the water cold?

The water is colder at the beginning of the rafting season and gradually warms by July and August. During the months of September and October to water temperature can be warmer then the air temperature. Usually rafting and tubing on the delaware can be quite warm.

Is it better rafting on the weekend or the weekday?

The weekdays have better rafting because there is more water released from the dams because there is a higher demand for power.

What to expect when contacting a Rafting Company in Pennsylvania or New Jersey:

When should I call?

Most rafting companies are taking reservation all year long either by mail, email, or phone. Plan ahead early if you have a date in mind or trying to raft the river when there is a planned release.

Are there Group Discounts?

Yes, some of the companies provide a discount to groups interested in rafting and to the people organizing the groups.

Can I bring my children?

Many of the rafting companies have a minimum age for rafters. Check with the company to see what the age is. There is no minimum age to raft and tube in New Jersey.

What kind of physical shape should I be in?

It is a good idea to feel comfortable in the water. You should also be able to paddle and have some upper body strength.

Should I confirm my reservations?

Be sure to confirm your reservations prior to arrival. Weather conditions may affect rafting and tubing in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

What time should I arrive?

Also check to make sure what time you need to arrive at the rafting company. Most rafting and tubing companies have 7am or 8am arrival times.

Where is the best place to stay?

It is best to arrive the night before and stay locally. Check with the rafting or tubing company or other online resources for more information.

Do the rafting and tubing companies have accomodations?

Many of the rafting and tubing companies have accomodations available for before and after your trip.



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