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    The Big Float and Beach Party

    • Date: July 20, 2019
    • Time: 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM
    • Admission: $5 Registration; $10 Registration and Rental
    • Location: Old Cowtown Museum
      1865 W. Museum Blvd., Wichita, KS 67203

    Join Wichita Clean Streams and their Partners for Wichita's biggest river float from Cowtown to the WSU Shocker Rowing River Vista Boat House! Due to popular demand there will be two formal launches that will begin at Cowtown - one at 4:00 pm and one at 6:00 pm! Registration and Check-In will open at 3:00 pm! The float will end at the WSU Shocker Rowing River Vista Boat House where anyone and everyone can enjoy the Big Float Beach Party!

    The beach party will include:
    -Water Quality Science
    -Kayak Rentals
    -Paddle Boat Rentals
    -Paddle Board Rentals
    -Dock Fun
    -Yard Games
    -Layout Areas
    -Beer Gardens
    -Land and River Yoga
    -Beach Music
    - And NOW:
    +Bounce Houses
    +More Activities
    +Live Music

    Participants in the float, must be 18 years or older or 16 years or older with a legal parent or guardian. All participants must wear a life vest to participate. Tubes and life jackets can be rented for $10, which now EXCLUDES the Riverfest Button since Riverfest is over. Participants are encouraged to bring their most outrageous flotation devices for a discounted registration charge of $5, which still EXCLUDES the Riverfest button. We will have a air compressor for tubes at the launch site. Prizes will be given to the best flotation device voted on by flotation device scoring professionals!;)

    Registration will be $20 for all participants after July 12th.

    The Big Float Beach Party is open to anyone, any age, who would like to check out the river activities. We will work with our partners for discounted deals on watercraft rentals for the event.

    We will keep you posted on updates!

    Wichita Clean Streams Objective:
    To showcase recreational activities that come from good water quality in the Lower Arkansas River through community involvement and education so that water quality becomes a valued component of life in South Central Kansas.