Most Pittsburghers know about the Johnstown flood, but far less know about its naturally occurring majesty that is the Stonycreek River. Let today's deal from Coal Tubin' reacquaint you with a regional gem: Pay $15 for two to explore Johnstown's Stonycreek River by water tube (a $30 value). Take in sightings of the local fish, flora, and fauna, like rainbow trout, spotted bass, mallard ducks, white tailed deer, and blue herons during your lazy ride. Or pay $50 for a guided whitewater rafting experience with lunch included (a $100 value). Truly a one-of-a-kind estuary, this 46-mile-long river has the longest stretch of continuous rapids in the Eastern United States (four miles' worth), boasts courses that rival Ohiopyle, and was the site of the 1972 Olympic qualifying runs. Slide into one of the famous orange tubes or a whitewater raft any day of the week and let this half-off deal take you there.
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PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON October 10, 2012
River Tubing Experience for Two ($15) or Guided Whitewater Rafting Experience with Lunch ($50)
- from $15