Policies

  • Participants 18 years and older will need to sign a waiver before renting equipment.

  • Participants under the age of 18 will need to have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian and accompanied by an adult.

  • Participants are required to wear a Personal Flotation Device (PFD) when using our tubes and sups.

  • Participants need to be at least 7 years of age and at least 50 lbs to use river tubes and SUPs. Depending on water level, the minimum age may be 13 or 18 years of age.

  • All participants must be able to swim.

  • We reserve the right to refuse anyone who is visibly intoxicated.

  • Unfortunately flip flops and bare feet are not suitable for tubing, we rent river shoes for $5.

  • Our gear is commercial grade and pretty tough and most damage is repairable, however if gear comes back beyond repair or lost, participants will be charged for the replacement.

  • For your safety we do not rent tubes when the St. Vrain is over 250 CFS @ Button Rock and 500 CFS @ Lyons, CO. Click here for Button Rock and Lyons flows.

River Safety Must Do's

  • Wear a Personal Flotation Device (PFD) 

  • If you fall off your tube or SUP Never Stand Up in the river

  • Respect the St. Vrain's Power, know your limits.

  • It is recommended that participants always have fun with a buddy.

  • It is recommended that children 12 years of age or younger ride with an adult in one of our double tubes.

  • Know where Town of Lyons river access points are located.

Things you need

  • A Personal Flotation Device (PFD) is absolutely critical to a great day on the riverWe provide one with each rental.

  • Lots of water

  • Sunscreen

  • Sunglasses with a strap

  • Shoe or sandals that are securely fastened to your feet.

When should I tube ?

  • The St. Vrain is a seasonal river and water levels fluctuate daily in May and June.

  • Due to fluctuating water levels we are sometimes not renting tubes.

  • Expect May and Early June water to be very cold, high 40s to low 50s.

  • Expect May and Early June water to be moving very quickly.

  • Late June and July water level are more stable and air/water temperatures are much warmer. Great time to beat the heat and enjoy everything Lyons and the St. Vrain have to offer.