After the record setting floods the region experienced last month, The Grand River Conservation Authority says that tubing at the Elora Gorge is once again permitted.
However, the GRCA is reminding residents that tubing does take place on a natural river, and that the activity may be shut down any time for a variety of reasons.
Tubing season is in effect until Labour Day, and is open at the gorge from 9:00 am until 7:00 pm daily.
Meanwhile, the GRCA has also issued a statement saying water levels in the watershed have finally returned to normal following the high floods last month.
The majority of warning buoys and booms that were displaced due to high river flows have now been relocated in the rivers, upstream of dams. The GRCA is also reminding the public to stay safe while on the waterways and to be aware of possible debris that was washed into the water due to the floods.
Debris will not always be visible from above the water, and could pose additional risk to those using waterways.