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Lazy River Float In Utah Is Only $11 On Weekdays This Summer

If lounging poolside with your favorite boozy drink is on your summer to-do list, then you'll want to check this out. The ultimate city getaway involves a lazy river float in Utah with all of your favorite people. Plus, it won't break the bank.

Located about 2.5 hours south of Salt Lake City is the Big Rock Lazy River Float Trip on the Sevier River. 

For $11.22 a person after-tax, you and your squad can make a day-trip here between Monday and Thursday for a casual float on the water. You'll get about 1.5 miles of river to stroll down and since there are no rapids the current will leisurely carry you away. 

Reservations can be made online for the 2020 season from May 25 through September 7.

Included in the price are life jackets and the use of a single tube. If you prefer to add on paddleboards or rafts, you can for an additional $10 fee. 

Whatever floats your boat, right?

Before you plan your fun in the sun there a few essentials to bring along including water shoes, towels, a change of clothes, and a waterproof phone or camera. Trips last around 2 hours roundtrip. 

Weekend floats on Fridays and Saturdays are also available for $24.68 after-tax per person. Are you thinking "vacation mode on" too?

Since the river is dam controlled, it may not flow. No worries, the rental company will try and reschedule or give you a refund. 

If you're looking for other things to do during summer, there's an abundance of places to visit with blue water or you can satisfy your sweet tooth with some ice cream sandwich macarons

No matter the occasion, this fun in the sun float trip is perfect if you're looking to cool off and relax part of the day away.

Big Rock Lazy River Float Trip

Price: $11.22 after tax Monday to Thursday 

When: May 25 through September 7

Address: 4479 US-89, Sevier, UT

Why you need to go: You can go tubing during the week for cheap with your friends. 


We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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