Shuttle Service

Now open in King County’s Fall City Community Park, Fall City Floating is now providing tube rental and shuttle services to tubers, floaters, and rafters on the Snoqualmie River.

Fall City Floating, in partnership with King County Parks, has tubes available to rent and use on the Snoqualmie River. Additionally, we will have a shuttle service that operates between the Park and Snoqualmie Falls. Our float lasts 2 to 4 hours depending on the time of the season and the river is lined with beaches to take a break and grab some lunch.

We have three different options for floaters to match their needs for the float.

  • Rentals are $20 per tube and includes a lifejacket, shuttle ride, and a storage box for your keys during your float.
  • If you already own a tube or raft, we have a compressor that will fill your tube in a jiffy and load it into our shuttle for a ride upstream for just $8.
  • If you don’t want us to fill your tube or raft with air, you can park upstream near Snoqualmie Falls and we will transport you back to your car at the end of the day for just $5.
  • With either package, you can rent a floating 50 quart cooler for $20 (we do not provide ice)
You can book online before your float to reserve your tube or shuttle ride. Our website is fallcityfloating.com or you can check us out on Facebook We have ample free parking available in our parking lot in the park, and our parking attendant will happily direct you to additional parking if the lot is full.
Our team is looking forward to seeing you on the river this summer!

One response to “Shuttle Service

  1. I want to know if the shuttle transports toddlers too, we have our 2 and 8 year old that we want to take with us?

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