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16 weeks ago @ http://tubing-maryland... - Tubing In Harford Coun... · 0 replies · +1 points

not in this section of Deer Creek but in and around Susquehanna State Park you can rent tubes and get a ride to the start point for $25 per rented tubes on weekends(weather permitting).

See this post about that here http://tubing-maryland.com/harford-county-marylan...

172 weeks ago @ http://tubing-maryland... - Tubing In Maryland: Ho... · 0 replies · 0 points


Cool if it's close by and you just want to chill in the water why not?

Though if you really want to tube and per our experience and those noted above in the comments, Patapsaco can not offer the same experience found on the Gunpowder in Monkton and or Deer Creek in Harford County. Both you just relax and float; never really having to get up out of your tube.

We're still waiting for a reader to tell us a great tubing spot on the Patapsaco; one comparable to the GunPowder or Deer Creek.

OH YEAH DON'T EVER GO OVER BLOEDES DAMN. You may just well ..... DIE!!!

173 weeks ago @ http://tubing-maryland... - Tubing In Maryland: Ho... · 0 replies · +3 points

DONT EVER GO OVER THE DAMN! Read below...

173 weeks ago @ http://tubing-maryland... - Tubing the Gunpowder i... · 0 replies · +1 points

Sure I have linked to this information towards the end of this article. Also, find it here http://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwisweb/graph?agency_cd...

As of today the water level is just shy of two feet, which is perfect for tubing. Further, you shouldn't have any issue with having to get up if you start in Parkton (York Rd entry), Big Falls Rd entry and or Blue Mount river entry. As long as the depth is 1.75 or above those spots should be fine.

Now if you start at Masemore Rd (above Parkton) then your bound to have to get out of your tube a few times due to shallow spots.

178 weeks ago @ http://tubing-maryland... - River Tubing Frequentl... · 0 replies · +2 points

The river is a public resource and no one has the authority to tell what tubes to use. Thus bring and use your own if you want!

178 weeks ago @ http://tubing-maryland... - Tubing the Gunpowder i... · 0 replies · +4 points

Park one car at 1780 Monkton Rd and drive up with all your tubes and family to 17440 Big Falls Rd Monkton, MD 21111. Start tubing here and float back on down to 1780 Monkton Rd. It's about 2 to 2.5 hours of a float.

178 weeks ago @ http://tubing-maryland... - Tubing In Maryland: Gu... · 0 replies · +1 points

Read below.

178 weeks ago @ http://tubing-maryland... - Tubing In Maryland: Gu... · 0 replies · +1 points

Sorry there is no longer a shuttle service. That was only offered for two seasons and it brought so many people to the river the community rallied to shut the shuttle service down.

Instead of the shuttle you will need to bring two cars. Park one down by the bridge on Monkton Rd, while driving up with another car to Big Falls Rd small parking lot. This is where you will enter the river and float on down to Monkton Rd.

219 weeks ago @ http://tubing-maryland... - Tubing In Maryland: Gu... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks for the kind words!

The best place to go tubing in Monkton is Big Falls Rd (bridge) down to the Monkton bridge. In this stretch you'll hit the most ripples (rapids). Though it is cold, but it feels great on hot day!

224 weeks ago @ http://tubing-maryland... - Tubing the Gunpowder i... · 1 reply · +1 points

Big Falls to Monkton Rd is where it's at for the best tubing action as it has the most ripples.

Parkton to Big Falls is another favorite of ours due to the picnic area in parkton and the shaded, serene tubing there. Last year we did have to get out of the water a few times. One instance was like scaling a mountain so no the greatest for kids unless nature (the river) pushed that immense tree out of the way.

Happy tubing!