We waited for the water release date to partake in the tubing. It was well worth the wait! The creek was about up to our hips and moving fast. The water was brown and very warm. The girl who signed us up mentioned it was a Class II rapid, we were excited. We did not take the helmets but after our first minute going down the creek we immediately knew why we should have. It is so easy to fall backwards on to rocks or just crash into rocks after falling out of the tube. Husband and I fell out many times, as the girl at the desk said we would. It was very difficult to stand in the creek and to get back into the tube once fallen out. There were waterfalls to pass over, and it was difficult to keep control of the tube. There were whoopdies, and many things were very enjoyable. Only 3 or 4 times did either one of us feel verry in danger, which IS alot, but makes it all the more exciting.
Town Tinker states they are not responsible for what happens on the creek, they are just supplying the equipment for anyone who wants to tube. Usually the creek isn't very high or fast which is why we waited for the water release. We had a really great time and look forward to doing it again next year, but with helmets. Bring your own water shoes if you can, not flip flops.
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