We monitor river conditions constantly. We reserve the right to reschedule any trip to an alternate section of the river or to a different river if conditions warrant. We may also change the length of the trip, raft size, or number of guests per raft. If we must cancel a trip due to conditions, a full refund will be given. White water rafting is a physically demanding activity; including some dangers and inherent risks.  Special safety equipment must be worn in order to participate. The equipment does not fit all body shapes and sizes. Please consider all aspects of your physical condition before making reservations. We can assume no responsibility for personal safety or loss of personal property. We will ask you to sign a liability release/assumption of risk form before you make the trip. All minors must have permission from a parent or legal guardian written on our standard release form. You travel at your own risk, escorted by skilled and experienced guides. No drugs or alcohol permitted. We are not responsible for any lost or stolen items while visiting White Water Adventurers, Inc.

  • Reservations accepted year-round. Advance reservations suggested. Last-minute reservations accepted as space permits. All guided trips include raft, paddles, helmets, life jackets, lunch, professional guide service, and return transportation to starting point. All rates are subject to change without notice. Balance must be paid prior to arrival. All unpaid trip space will be cancelled.

  • Please note that when you make a reservation, we forfeit the right to sell your spaces to others. You may receive a 90% refund if you cancel at least 15 days prior to trip; a 50% refund if you cancel 7-14 days in advance. Reservations made less that 7 days prior to trip date are nonrefundable, once payment is received. We regret that we cannot make exceptions for personal emergencies, late arrivals, or inclement weather.


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  • As they say layers, layers, layers…
    Layer 1 – a tight fitting and thinunderwareor mid-weight fleece. You do not want to wear cotton on the river. Cotton actually makes you colder. Try synthetic fibers, they maintain an isulative properties and when wet, and take moisture away from your body.

    Layer 2 – most popular… anything lyrca, spandex, or nylon. We do have wet suits to rent, they are a farmer John type with a spray jacket.

    Layer 3 – for the advanced white water rafter, a good paddling suit, loose enough to paddle without limitations.

    Extras – a wool hat to keep the warmth in. Old tennis shoes or sandals with neoprene booties or socks, even water shoes will do.

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  • Start with the basics ­– Shorts, T-shirts, tank tops, bathing suits these will dry quickly after you get wet… and you will get wet.

    Important extras – Sunglasses a cheap pair is best, you do not want to lose your best pair. A ball cap or visor to wear under your helmet. Don’t forget sunscreen for those bright sunny days.

    On my feet – Old tennis shoes, sandals that strap to your feet, or a pair of water shoes.