Looking for a unique way to explore the Great Smoky Mountains National Park this summer that won’t break the bank?
This scenic, one-mile stretch of Deep Creek is divided into two different sections for your tubing pleasure: one for white water-tubing and another calmer one for lazy river-tubing. The best part? Tube rentals only cost $6 per person! If you can think of a more fun way to take in the park’s stunning natural beauty, we’re all ears.
But the good times don’t stop when you’ve hung up your tube. Between the two tubing sections you'll also find one of the best natural swimming holes in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
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Keep in mind that all tubes must be carried on your vehicle to the Deep Creek trail head parking lot and then hand-carried to the tubing put-in. Fortunately, the brightly colored vinyl tubes are very light-weight and easy to carry, the campground’s website notes.
See y’all there!