Madison River Tubing
Trips & Rentals


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Popular Local Waters
Sections from Warm Springs through Grey Cliff accesses are calmer moving waters that are great for tubing, paddle boarding, canoeing and rafting. Check out our complementary map of the lower Madison with labeled put-ins and take-outs. There is camping along this section of the Madison River if you and the family want to make it a long weekend.

Madison River Map
A large calm body of water with a gorgeous mountain backdrop is the Hyalite Reservoir; a dammed lake perfect for exploring inlets and coves or practicing your favorite yoga move like the "Napping on SUP." If you need a little more of a workout, pack your water craft up the 5.5 miles of switchbacks to the Reservoir source, Hyalite Lake. This is a true alpine lake- 20 miles south of Bozeman.

Hyalie Reservior Map
Glen Lake - Bozeman's local sandy beach with public volleyball courts. A pond in town with a brewery on one shore - 2 miles North of downtown Bozeman. Not dog friendly.

East Gallatin Recreational Map
Yellowstone river runs north from Yellowstone Park past Livingston, Montana, all the way to Billings. Our favorite floating secion north of Yankee Jim Canyon, where you have wide expansive views of Paradise Valley and plenty of nibbling trout - a 40 minute drive from Bozeman.

Livingston Yellowstone River Map
Dailey Lake Campground has 35 tent and trailer campsites, restrooms, and drinking water. A small fee is required. Fishing and boating are great recreation oppurtunities during your stay or if you just drop in for a day. Please limit your stay to 7 days. A handicap-accessible fishing pier, boat dock and shade shelter are available. It is a 80 minute drive from Bozeman.

Daily Lake Map