RIVER TUBING
What To Expect?

MAY-SEPTEMBER
For Groups of 1 to 20 Participants
For this experience, we will be tubing a short stretch of one of the areas great rivers. Each participant will have their own personal tube to float on; and we will also bring a giant tube that we can all play on as we float down the deeper slow sections of the river. Participants will be required to wear a life jacket and water safety helmet at all times while we are on the river. Dry bags, first aid kit, and bathroom kit will also be provided. Participants should be aware that our tubes have a 260 lb. load limit on them, so participants heavier than that should opt for kayaking or rafting. A height and weight measurement for each participant will be needed before the trip, so we can bring all the right size gear for everyone.

 

What To Wear?

Comfortable clothing or bathing suit appropriate for the expected weather and preferably made of synthetic fiber that dries quickly, and comfortable shoes that you do not mind getting wet and muddy in the river (No open toed shoes, sandals, crocs, or flip-flops because they do not stay on your feet or protect your toes and tops of your feet from rocks and sharp objects on the river bottom.

 

What To Bring

A bag lunch sealed in a zip-lock bag, drinks in screw-top plastic bottles, and sunscreen.