New Missoula Business Makes Floating the River a Breeze
You'd be hard pressed to find a Missoulian who doesn't love floating the river, even if it's only from East Missoula to Caras Park. No matter how long or short your float is, the pain in the butt includes drop off, pick up, getting vehicles wet and muddy, finding people who want to help, what to do with your car keys on the river, carrying your tubes and floaties down the freeway in flip flops, etc. Needless to say, a float day is supposed to be relaxing and fun, but really does take a lot of planning. A new Missoula group wants to help you with that.
They are called Clark Fork Yacht Club, started by two women who wanted to take the stress out of float day by providing everything you need to just have fun.
From flamingo pink tubes complete with a butt hammock to a quick shuttle trip in a flashy painted van. The Yacht Club is conveniently headquartered steps from the river in an alley on the Hip Strip and also provides storage of your sh*t while you join the flotilla of tubers on Missoula’s river.
When you float with the CFYC, you get a quality tube with pockets and a butt hammock, rather than one of the old school inner tubes. You get a ride so you don't have to retrieve your vehicle, and you get a safe storage space for your stuff so you don't have to take it on your float and can grab it when you leave the shuttle. It's affordable and brilliant, cheers to these amazing women for making this whole idea a reality! Find out more and book here.