white water rafting
Must be at least 12 years of age to raft the Stony Canyon, and 8 years of age to raft the Family Run!
All rafting trips are guided, which means there will be a Coal Tubin’ Whitewater Guide in every raft.
Our watershed offers whitewater sections for adrenaline junkies as well as calm sections for those who want a laid back river tour. All skill levels and children as young as 8 years old can participate. We have something for everyone!
Do you want to see Pennsylvania’s 2012 river of the year including one of the longest stretch of continuous rapids on the east coast? Get in one of our whitewater rafts! We’ll be navigating our way through BIG rapids and getting drenched the whole time! Coal Tubin’ Guides will be in your raft the whole trip to instruct you on paddling and proper pathways through the rapids. Safety and customer satisfaction is paramount at Coal Tubin’ and your whitewater trip will be a trip of a lifetime!
Reservations are required. Those interested in booking a trip can contact us at email@example.com, or (814)254-4393
Sunday - Friday Canyon Run
Saturday & Holiday Canyon Run
Participants must be able to swim. Coal Tubin’ holds the right to cancel any trip schedule due to water levels and weather. Trip reservations canceled by customers must be done 2 weeks in advance of the reservation to receive a full refund. Within the two week window, you will not receive a refund.
During high water days, Coal Tubin may shift the trips to nearby Quemahoning Creek (4 miles of class II-III whitewater), Shade Creek (11 miles of class III whitewater), or Bens Creek ( 6 miles of Class I-II water)
Reservations are required. Those interested in booking a trip can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (814)243-3286.
Check out our FAQ section for more tubin’ questions answered.
1. Children must be 12 years of age for the Stony Canyon Rafting Run, 8 years of age for the Family Rafting Run, and 14 years of age to inflatable kayak. There are no exceptions. Ensure that your children will feel comfortable rafting, you will be dropped off by a shuttle and runs are long and secluded. There is no turning back!
2. You must listen to your raft guide. He knows what he is doing! Even if you have been whitewater rafting before, your guide knows the river best!
3. Do not take anything you don’t want to lose on the river with you! Including valuables, car keys, cell phones, jewelry or anything else that will sink!
4. Pay attention! Your Guide will brief you before your run. Listen to what he says and have a great time!
*** IMPORTANT SAFETY INFO***
Stonycreek rafting, river tubing, swimming and river activities have both inherent and unknown risks and dangers. These include but are not limited to injury or loss of life. The Stonycreek river has NO LIFE GUARDS, so try to stay in your tube. You will be asked to sign a waiver and release of liability for yourself and anyone else in your group before tubin’ down the river. Children MUST be 5 (five) years old to go tubin’ with Coal Tubin’ – Parents & Guardians – you are 100% responsible for yourselves, your children and others in your party at all times. If you don't know how to swim, wear a lifejacket. The water can be up to 10ft deep in places.