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Salt River Recreation, Inc.

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This is the headquarters for tubing down the Salt River. Salt River Recreation provides tube rentals and shuttle-bus service in the Tonto National Forest. The company is open May 1st through October 1st and is located 15 miles north of Highway 60 on Power Road in northeast Mesa.

The tubing headquarters provides clean restrooms and sells cold drinks, sunscreen, life vests, ice cream, hats, visors, T-shirts, snacks, tube ice chests, and more.

Location: PO Box 6568, Mesa Arizona 85216 Telephone 480-984-3305 Fax 480-984-0875

Other Sports and Sporting Events nearby:
(Phoenix) America West Arena
(Tempe) Arizona Cardinals NFL Football
(Scottsdale) Arizona Desert Mountain Jeep Tours
(Phoenix) Arizona Diamondbacks Baseball
(Phoenix) Arizona Flycasters Club
(Phoenix) Arizona Foothills Volleyball Club

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