Float the scenic Licking and Muskingum Rivers in a Pea Ohana river tube traveling downriver as you enjoy a mixture of rural nature and urban sprawl ending your trip by passing under the famous Y-Bridge in downtown Zanesville.


Located in the heart of Zanesville, Ohio, and the Putnam Entertainment District, Pea Ohana's boathouse is adjacent to local shops, a craft brewery, and several restaurants creating a unique experience both on and off the water.  All equipment and safety floatation devices are provided.

Availability Notes

During unsatisfactory water conditions, the route is switched to the Muskingum River for a 4 mile float.

Booking Information:


  • Float Under The Historic Y-Bridge in downtown Zanesville.

  • Pass over rapids as you trek downriver.

  • Enjoy the sites of downtown Zanesville as you end your trip.

  • Float from immersive dense nature to a bustling downtown.

  • Begin at Lee Eppley Park (1.9 Miles) or Dillon Falls (4.0 Miles) on the Licking River.

    • (Drop location subject to change without notice) *Contact for availability*

  • Enjoy pints at the craft brewery located above the boathouse.

What's Included

  • Wristbands for discounts at local restaurants

  • Safety floatation devices for all minors

  • River grade inner tube

Know Before You Book

  • Recommended Weight Limit 250 lbs

  • Minimum Height is 4 ft (48 in.)

  • The minimum age is 8 years old

  • All minors are required to have a guardian or parent signed waiver.

  • Ages 8-15 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.


Cancellation Policy

90% refund if canceled 72 hours before activity. 50% refund if canceled 24 hours before activity. 25% refund if canceled less than 24 hours before the rental time.

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