233 Yellowstone Highway, next to the Super WalMart.
Our office has 2 ½ acres of easy-in and easy-out parking for your motorhome and RV parking convenience.
To assure your space, reservations should be made for your chosen trip as early as possible. Plan to arrive 30 minutres prior to trip departure in order to complete reservation and liability forms.
What to wear?
Whitewater means wet! We suggest quick-dry shorts or bathing suits and sunscreen. Wear shoes that can get wet or rent our booties. Hats, T-shirts, and Tevas also make great apparel.
Weather conditions are not critical for your enjoyment of our trips. We provide foul weather gear for all our guests.
It makes no difference! Every passenger is required to wear a U.S. Coast Guard approved life vest.
Children are welcome on all trips. You’ll find river travel a perfect family experience. Age limits vary with different water levels. Check with our office if you have any questions.
We believe the magic of a river trip experience is not limited to just those who are “able bodied.” People with varying disabilities have joined our trips in the past and we look forward to continuing our efforts to enhance these experiences.
“I really think finding your company was one of those meant to be experiences. Having been born with physical disabilities, I thought I would never be able to go river rafting. I did extensive research to find your company , which advertised helping special people. I was somewhat reluctant to trust the ad at first, but am so glad I did. You certainly made me feel special and gave me a trip that fulfilled a dream! Thank you very much.” – Libby Smith, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Cancellation of trips due to river or weather conditions is not likely, but we reserve the right to cancel any trip for safety reasons or lack of minimum reservations.