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If you want to float the Weber River, you’ll need a tube! Our river tubes are made from the thickest PVC vinyl we could find. This gives us a lot of advantages over the standard rubber tire tubes.

1. These water tubes have 3 air chambers: one for the majority of the air, one for the backrest, and one for an emergency safety chamber. Even if the main chamber of your tube pops or deflates the other chambers will still be inflated so you will still have a flotation device to hold onto.
2. The PVC vinyl is designed to stay cool even on the hottest days.
3. Vinyl tubes, unlike rubber tubes, can have handles and a backrest attached directly to the tube.
4. The center of our tubes is covered so you don’t sink into the center of your tube.

For more information you can check out TubeProInc where we buy our tubes.

What is a PFD?

A PFD is a Person Flotation Device or Life Jacket. Everyone on the river is required to wear a PFD. The DWR (Division of Wildlife Resources) does patrol the river and you will be given a ticket if you are not wearing a PFD. Even if you know how to swim. Everyone wears a life jacket when you come float the river with us and we highly recommend wearing one any time you are on the water. Our shuttle drivers are trained to check every life jacket to make sure it is worn correctly. Everyone’s PFD is checked before they are allowed to get on the water. The jacket will feel tight if it is on right. It will not be able to slip off over your head when pulled by the shoulders.
Our life jackets are all Coast Guard Approved. We have a variety of sizes:

Our blue life jackets are what most adults use when they float the river with us.


We have youth life jackets for anyone who weighs between 50 and 90 lbs. Our age limit on the river is 12. If you are booking a youth group charter and will need a lot of these jackets please let us know in advance how many you will need.


We also have a limited number of XL life jackets for anyone over 250 lbs.

For more information about PFD’s check out these links