If there’s one place to go tubing this summer, it’s in Elora Gorge.
About an hour and 45 minutes from Toronto, this beautiful natural area is home to the Grand River, which rushes past 22-metre high cliffs. There are trails with scenic routes for hiking, with views of the water below where tubers and kayakers make their way down the waterway.
Tubing is one of Ontario’s favourite summer activities, and the Elora Gorge delivers the best experience. From the rushing white water to the towering cliffs, tubing here is more than just a ride down the river.
And we’re only weeks from its opening.
The Elora Gorge Park is open daily from late June until the start of September. Tubing closes when river levels are too high so be sure to check the beach and tubing conditions before leaving.
The Elora Gorge Park itself is open now, and is located at 7400 Wellington County Rd. 21, Elora.
See you down the river!