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From journal Summer Fun in Elora, Ontario
February 22, 2003
Entry to the river is via the walking trail at the east end of the day use area. Exiting the river is achieved at the low level bridge at the west end of the Area. The total length of the ride between these two points is approximately 3.5 km. or one hour. Life jackets and safety helmets must be worn at all times while tubing in the river.
A wristband must be worn and a liability waiver must be signed prior to tubing in the river. Those under 18 years of age must have a legal guardian sign their waiver form. There is a $2 tubing registration fee that is applicable for all participants. The registration fee includes a valid wristband for the current day. Also keep in mind that you must be a minimum of 42 inches in height.
For those who do not have their own equipment or who may have forgotten to bring it along, not to worry, equipment rentals are available within the Area. Complete packages are offered consisting of a helmet, life jacket, and tube. Or individual pieces can also be rented. There is a refundable deposit required for all rentals and the equipment is available on a first come basis only. Sometimes it’s a good idea to bring your own equipment because the rental place is open all day, but on hot sunny days, the tubes rent out very quickly and since you can keep them all day, people will often get one and keep it at their campsite till it’s time to take it back.