Ahhhh yes, floating down the lazy river with friends and loved ones...maybe a beer in hand...Get Ur Float On!
THE SAN MARCOS RIVER: San Marcos
The crown jewel where very summer when the temps hover above three digits, hundreds of college kids flock to its cool, 72-degree waters to soak up the sun and koozie-covered bottles of Lone Star. It's also home to Float Fest, an annual music festival offering two days of camping and river floating. The fest goes down July 21-22 this year with headliners Tame Impala, Modest Mouse, and Snoop Dogg.bing in Texas!
GUADALUPE RIVER: New Braunfels
This river running through Southeast Texas draws tubers from all over the country. Drinking is perfectly legal while you're floating (as long as you clean up) and the folks who live along the route have been known to join the party, handing beers to tubers or just pranking them with rubber spiders and fake alligators.
COMAL RIVER: New Braunfels
You might call New Braunfels, Texas the tubing capital of America, since every Texan not floating the aforementioned Guadalupe River is probably drinking in the sun on the nearby Comal. Yup, two tubing rivers in one town.