We float rain or shine unless it is thundering, lightning, or flooding. Please check the weather prior to your trip. We DO NOT issue rainchecks or reschedules.
No, tubes and hooks are not friends. No sharp objects allowed while tubing.
You may bring your own life jacket as long as it is US COAST GUARD approved. FYI, you will be required to take a life jacket to float the river. TWRA and US Coastguard require that life jackets accompany each tuber out on the river. Children 12 years old and younger are required to wear these PFD’s through the entire float. Adults are required to bring it with them on their tube in case it is needed. If you are not an experienced swimmer, we recommend that you wear your PFD at all times.
No, sorry we do not allow pets.
No, only one person per tube.
We do have extra equipment for rent in the office such as push off sticks $1.99, paddles $4.99, and connector tethers for $1.99 to keep you tied to your loved ones as you float down the river. All rentals must be returned at the end of your journey.
4. How far is the float? The float is 1 mile long and generally takes about 1 hour more/less, depending on the water flow. Please keep in mind that tube rentals are for the entire day. You can float once, or as many times as you would like for the same price. The last shuttle runs at 5 pm.
Yes, 3 and up. We recommend renting a tether when tubing with small children. ** Additional age restrictions may apply under high water conditions, so please check our page on the day of your visit. Deluxe tubes with a bottom are best for small children.
You’re going to get wet. We recommend a swimsuit, dry fit clothes, sunscreen, hat and securely fitted shoes. Flip flops are not recommended.
Every guest must sign their own waiver. If you are under the age of 18, you must be accompanied by an adult and they must sign your participation waiver.