REGULAR RATE: $ 5 per person/2 hours plus $2 for helmet
SCHOOL RATE: $5 per student, includes helmet
Tubing is free on Servus Sundays for the duration of the season. Helmets are not included, so under 18's will need to bring a winter sports helmet or rent one from us.
Tubes will now be kept at the bottom of the runs and will be taken in turn by those in line. This should eliminate long waits for all our guests. We will have additional helpers on busy days to guide and direct the activity on the runs.
Minimum size/age to ride alone is 42 inches/4 years.
Ages 2-4 years can ride with an adult.
Small children MUST be supervised.
Helmets are mandatory for under 18 years old and recommended but not mandatory for adults. Tubers may wear their own CSA approved winter sport helmet.
Ski boots or hard shelled boots may NOT be worn when tubing.
Tubing is only allowed in the designated tubing area on the south side of the rope tow.
Access to the top of the tube run is by walking up the south side of the tube run.
When sitting in the tube:
· Secure your helmet or hat
· Sit up, hold handles
· Keep feet up
· Sit on your bottom
· One user per tube (except children 2-4 riding with an adult)
At the Bottom:
· Look both ways when exiting the lanes
· Do not attempt to retrieve objects from lanes (ask Tawatinaw Valley staff for assistance)
· Follow instructions
· Walking paths can be slippery
· Winter footwear is recommended
· Use caution when walking
· Horseplay is not permitted
Join us for free family tubing every Sunday, generously sponsored by Servus Westlock, with our brand new tube fleet supported by our Westlock dealers
*For our under 18's: helmets are mandatory, please bring your own winter sport helmet or rent one of ours for $2
Our Servus Sundays have been very popular and we are making some changes to help everyone enjoy their time tubing more!
On Sundays we will have all the tubes available at the tube park. People who are interested in tubing will go to the Chalet to pick up the free pass for tubing and then head over to the tube park. If helmets are needed they can stop by the rental shop for a helmet before proceeding to the park.
We will now take turns at the tube park so everyone can enjoy the park. This will happen by taking a tube from the bottom, going on your run and giving the tube to the next in line. Once the next person comes down they will in turn give their tube to the next person in line. On Sundays we will operate like a water tube park runs so everyone can come out and enjoy tubing and not have to worry if we have enough tubes available.
We will also have people there to help facilitate both at the bottom of the run and at the top to help keep the flow moving and ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience.