The temperatures are heating up and that means we'll all be looking for different ways to cool off without breaking a sweat. One of the great ways to do that in Maine is by river tubing. Everyone and their mother knows about tubing down the Saco river. In fact, everyone and their mother are probably planning their Saco trip right now. But there are other rivers in Maine to float on that are far less busy and still offer the same peaceful relaxation as the Saco.

That's where Bethel Outdoor Adventure comes in. The company offers a hassle-free chance to float down a portion of the Androscoggin River for just $20. That Andrew Jackson will get you a full-day rental of a tube plus a shuttle ride to the put-in area. If you've got an extra 10 bucks burning a hole in your pocket, you can rent a cooler tube to float alongside that you can fill with snacks and beverages for your multi-hour trip.

Additionally, if floating sounds a little too tame for you, you can do the same river trip in a kayak or a stand up paddle board at differing rates. And if all of that sounds totally exhausting to you, Bethel Outdoor Adventure also has a campground with different camping options to complete your outdoor excursion.

According to the Bethel Outdoor Adventure Facebook page, they'll be resuming operations on June 12th with a few options not available at initial opening.