Colorado’s Best Rivers to Float this Summer Includes Fort Collins
A lazy summer day floating down a river sounds pretty good.
Growing up, my summers were spent in some sort of water. We frequented our town pool, swam in the creek near our house and set up the sprinkler beneath the trampoline. It's just not summer without water, in my opinion, which is why I was excited to find a list of the top rivers to float in Colorado.
If you've never floated a river, it's so much fun. You grab your innertube, a couple of friends, and lots of suncreen. The key is to tie your innertubes together and use an extra innertube for your cooler, which is loaded up with snacks and White Claws, of course.
Then you just float.
Only in Your State has a list of six lazy rivers that are perfect for floating or, as some may call it, tubing. Of course, you'll have to remember social distancing, but if your tubes are big enough, you won't have to worry. So, where are you headed this summer?