There are shuttles busses from the Ann Morrison Park
which are organized by Epley's, the company that provides
tube/raft rentals in the park.
Basically when you have completed your float, which takes
about 1 and a half to two hours, depending on how the river
is running and if you paddle with or against it of course,
you get out at the steps at Ann Morrison Park. You
have to get out before the dam of course, there are
signs to warn you and you will probably see plenty of other
people getting out at the some time on typical days.
Be prepared to get out on the left as you near the
For details on the shuttle busses please check with the
As of 2014 the shuttle busses cost $3 and run hourly from
1pm until 8pm, and an hour later on Fridays. On the
weekends they are more frequent at three an hour, every
The service intends to run through to the last day of
August, excepting only Aug 25-29.
You won't find any shuttles running in September or any
part of fall or winter.
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For more information please go to the Ada County Parks & Waterways website: