The 43rd Annual Parker Tube Float is Back for 2021
Looks like we really are starting to see a return to normality in the Lake Havasu area. After a postponement and then a cancellation of last year's event, the Parker Tube Float comes back full force this June! That's right. The biggest event to take place on the Parker Strip is back!
- What: 2021 Parker Tube Float
- Start: La Paz County Park (7350 Riverside Dr) - Maps & Directions
- When: Saturday, June 12th, 2021
- Launch: 8 am to 12 pm
- Float Ends: 4 pm
Time to get your float on, ladies and gentleman! Yes, Lake Havasu offers endless hours of fun on the water. But they are not the only place to cool off and have a good time. Located just a 45 minute to the south of Havasu, the City of Parker can easily fit into your weekend plans. And those plans need to include the 2021 Parker Tube Float!
Participants meet up at the La Paz County Park to register. From there, you hop aboard a bus that takes you to the drop-in spot on the Colorado River. Bring your own float to inflate when you get there. Or save yourself and your party time by renting a Fluzzle tube. The company inflates these interlocking tubes for you and picks them up when you are done floating. No muss. No fuss.
Register for the float by June 6th to receive the discounted rate of $25 per person. If you wait until after June 6th, the cost rises to $40 per person. If you decide to bring your own boat or personal watercraft to keep track of your large group, it costs just $25 per vessel. For the true procrastinator, on-site registration will be available at the La Paz County Park on the 12th.
After the Parker Tube Float ends, everyone is invited to join the after-party at the Pirate's Den. They have lots of fun activities planned for everyone.
Make sure you wear your hat and sunscreen. Water shoes work better than flip-flops, which tend to fall off while you float. If you want to stay connected with other floaters in your party, make sure you bring some C-clamps with you. None will be provided at the event. While not required, paddles and oars help you navigate through the river a bit easier.
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