The coupon is valid seven days a week until Aug. 31. The event offers live entertainment, water balloon and hula-hoop contests, beach ball bonanza and is co-sponsored by Tonto National Forest, Take Pride in America and Salt River Tubing.
"Tubers’ conservation efforts on the Lower Salt River have resulted in a recreational oasis simply by keeping it clean and beautiful and taking personal responsibility for their own picnic trash,” said owner Henri Breault.
“Responsible stewardship of our natural resources will guarantee that we can enjoy quality recreational opportunities on our public lands for generations.”
Breault also encouraged floaters to utilize car pools as parking is limited in the Lower Salt River Recreational Area.
Take Pride in America is a national partnership that aims to inspire a new generation of volunteers to put their love of country to work to improve our national parks, wildlife refuges, public lands, cultural and historic sites, playgrounds and other recreation areas.
For more information regarding the Take Pride in America organization, please visit its website at www.takepride.org.
For more information about Salt River Tubing, please visit the website at www.saltrivertubing.com or call (480) 984-3305. Special holiday operating hours on July 4th are 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
The cost of tube rental is $15 per person/tube which includes inner-tube rental and shuttle bus service. One valid driver’s license is required for every five tubes rented as a security deposit. Children must be at least 8 years or older and 4 feet tall for tubing and shuttle bus service.
Glass containers are not allowed in the Lower Salt River Recreational Area. Ice chests/coolers will be checked for glass containers and glass containers will be confiscated. Please bring plastic or cans.
Salt River Tubing is located in northeast Mesa on Power Road, 15 miles north of U.S. Highway 60 East in Tonto National Forest or 7 minutes from Loop 202 East and North Power Road.