- You MUST click on our BOOK NOW to guarantee your spot. Waivers MUST be filled in online prior to visit. The link for the electronic waiver is in your conformation email. Share it with people in your group.
What does an average day look like with your company from start to finish?
Tickets and waivers MUST be purchased and filled out in advance. In your conformation email mail there is a link to fill out the electronic waivers. Again this must be done before your arrival.
We are located in a great storefront under a parking garage. In addition, there is on the street meter parking and an additional parking garage a block away.
Get ready…suntan lotion, hat, sunglasses, must have something for your feet. Water shoes and old sneakers are your best choice. Lock everything in your car that you don’t want to bring. We have complimentary key check and bins for items like bathing suit cover-ups and backpacks.
Check in and get your wristbands at the counter.
We do have changing rooms on site.
Get personally fitted for you mandatory live vest.
Walk outside and get in line for the shuttle and a brief safety talk.
Hop on our shuttle for a short ride to the drop off.
Grab a tube, head to the river, and let the fun begin.
Exit RIGHT after the second bridge. Carry your tube out of the water.
Leave happy, refreshed, and relaxed!!
Start to finish 2 to 3 hours. This is on average. The river dictates the day. The higher the river the faster the trip. The lower the river the loner the trip.
We are located in the fabulous town of Easton, PA. Bring a change of clothes for after your float to hit one of the many local restaurants, pubs, breweries, or wine bars ALL within walking distance.
Q: Can we just show up or are reservations required?
You MUST BOOK ahead of time please. This will guarantee you a tube. Click on BOOK NOW.
Q: How long is the wait?
There may be a short wait on weekends. On weekdays you will typically move right through the line. Just like any water related activity during the summer people are seeking relief…sometimes all at once: ) We thank you for your patience.
Q: Do we have to wear life vests?
YES! Wearing a life has always been mandatory with Twin Rivers Tubing regardless of age or athletic ability. You MUST keep it on at ALL times. We cannot stress enough the importance of this from a safety standpoint.
Q: Can we bring a cooler?
We allow small/medium sized coolers, one per group of five. No glass allowed on the river, it’s illegal. You are responsible for getting it downriver. Whatever you bring to transport it along with your cooler must be able to fit on your lap on the shuttle. NEW for 2022 Cooler Carriers. Rent one for $25. They rent out quickly.
Q: Is alcohol allowed?
No! Your safety and the enjoyment of everyone is our primary concern. In addition, anyone who shows up impaired will be turned away. Sorry, it’s our policy. Thank you for understanding.
Q: Where do I park?
27 S 3rd Street is our address and a Parking Garage as well…perfect. Please pay at kiosk at the bottom of the garage before you go tubing. Know your license plate. In addition, there is on the street meter parking.
Why can’t I park in front of your building?
On the street parking and an additional parking garage a block away.
Q: Can kids go tubing, rafting, kayaking, or canoeing?
Children must be 6 or older. Anyone under 18 must have an adult with you. To ride in our kayaks you must be at least 12 years old with prior experience.
Q: What kind of footwear is preferred?
Water shoes or old sneakers are preferred. Flip flops are not recommended. People tend to come back with flip and not flop. The river bed is covered in rocks that can be sharp and cut your feet.
Q: Do you close if it rains?
Your enjoyment and safety are our priority. If it calls for heavy rain all day, or calls for severe weather, we will either have a delayed opening, close early or close all day. Please note that if the river is too high from a previous rainfall, we will also close. You can always check our status on the website. It is the first section on the right side of the website. If looking on your phone, please scroll down until you see the STATUS tab.
Q: What is the depth of the river?
Average depth of the river is 2-4 feet. However, some areas can exceed 8-10 feet.
Q: What if we are late for our reservation?
Unfortunately, if you are not here and ready to go by your scheduled shuttle time, we cannot wait. You book an hour block of time, so this should be sufficient. We maximize our shuttles with customers and must honor their reservation time. Sorry.
Q: If I show up at 5:00 and you close at 6:00, why won’t you put me on the river?
Our closing time means everyone must be off the river at that time. We have last shuttle/ride times that reflect our last “customer drop off” time.
What is a last shuttle/ride time?
Our last shuttle/ride times reflect the last time we will put customers on the river. You would need to be here at least 20-30 minutes before that. The times differ for boats and tubes, weekdays and weekends. Please see our HOURS and click on last ride times.
Should I bring my phone? I have a waterproof case.
Nope…unplug from the world for a few hours. Enjoy each others company. BTW…waterproof cases sink!
What are your Group Rates?
Please click on our rates tab or click on BOOK NOW.