Come And Join The Excitement.
1 HOUR FLOAT - FULL DAY RENTAL
You'll quickly discover why this is the most popular float in the region, if not all of Ontario. There is perhaps no better way to experience the beauty of the Elora Gorge than by floating down it on a river tube. From being swept away by the numerous rapids to peering up at the towering cliffs this is a journey not to be missed. When you've finished your float you can follow the crowds and walk back to the start again and again.
For a thorough explanation of all of the details on how the entire process works when booking with Elora Rapids, including some helpful tips to dealing with long lines at the park, see the FAQ and the video posted below.
We are not the Elora Gorge Conservation Area. We are a small local family-owned business that rents out high quality tubing equipment.
$30 / PERSON
(Includes Tube, Helmet, Personal Flotation Device & Portable Electric Pump)
ADDITIONAL PARK FEES
Admission Fee: $7 / Adult, $3 / Child
Tubing Registration Fee: $10 / Person
Adults: $47 / Day
Children (under 15): $43 / Day
WHY RENT FROM ELORA RAPIDS?
No High Cost Security Deposit Required
Reserve Your Equipment Online In Advance With Strategies For Beating The Long Lines (See FAQ and Video)
Receive Industry Leading Equipment
Comfortable Tubes With Backrest And Handles
2 Tube Options (Seat vs Hole)
Unsurpassed Customer Service
BUT DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT.
CHECK OUT OUR TRIPADVISOR REVIEWS BELOW
HOW THIS WORKS
WATCH THE VIDEO FOR A TYPICAL DAY RENTING FROM ELORA RAPIDS
READ SAFETY PAGE.
ARRIVE PREPARED AND ON TIME.
PICK UP EQUIPMENT at 78 James St.
DRIVE TO THE PARK. Pay park entry fees, registration fees, and sign the park's waiver.
FLOAT THE RIVER.
RETURN EQUIPMENT by 7pm.
REQUIREMENTS TO PARTICIPATE:
At Least 48" Tall
At Least 60 Pounds
There Is No Age Limit
Children Must Be Accompanied By An Adult.
EVERYONE Must Sign A Waiver Before Renting Equipment.
River tubing takes place in a natural river. Extreme conditions are possible which are beyond our control. Some sections of the river are fast-flowing. Your safety is in your hands.
The safest position to ride down the river on the tube is to lie on your back, feet first. Be vigilant at all times by constantly looking downstream for obstacles to avoid - rocks, trees and other river debris.
Personal flotation devices must be worn at all times. A properly fitted PFD is "comfortably snug." Helmets are mandatory.
If you capsize do not panic. Do not attempt to stand up while in a rapid. Situate yourself on your back with your feet downstream allowing your PFD to keep you afloat. As you float out of the rapid, your head, knees, and toes will be above the water until you reach safety.
Only one rider on each tube. Don't tie tubes together.
Be prepared to get wet. Sunscreen, closed toed footwear, a swimsuit, and a head strap for eyeglasses is recommended.
Water quality is not tested and Elora Rapids is not responsible for water quality related hazards.