Oregon rafting on the ‘Wild and Scenic’ Rogue River is a dramatic Pacific Northwest waterway teaming with wildlife, is popular with white water rafting river runners world wide.
Originating in the Cascade Mountain Range near Grants Pass and Crater Lake National Park in southern Oregon, rafting on the Rogue River is famous for its fun rapids including Rainie Falls, Upper and Lower Black Bar Falls and Blossom Bar (Class IV). With beautiful rock formations and narrow canyons edged by towering cliffs, this river offers pristine scenery and superb wildlife viewing. Deer, black bear, river otters, mallard ducks, turtles, bald eagles, and osprey are often spotted during the 34 mile Rogue river rafting trip from Grave Creek to Foster Bar.
The best of all trips. Camp two nights and then the last night at historic Paradise Lodge. Great meals riverside each night. Guides set up camp and become chefs each evening. The best Rogue River experience available. Best Family Vacation by Sunset Magazine 2010.
One of the treats of the Rogue River is the historic lodges that rafters stay at each evening. Raft through the Wild & Scenic Rogue River and stay at Black Bar Lodge and Paradise Lodge. A great trip for those who don't want to camp. Trips leave every Monday all summer long
One of the best multi day rafting trips in the country. Beautiful sandy beaches, warm water and great whitewater. Of course any good rafting trip has to have amazing food. This one does.
A combination of our morning trip and our afternoon half day trips. We'll raft 13 miles through the historic Hellgate Canyon down through the town of Galice. Enjoy viewing Bald Eagles, Otters, Deer and Osprey. Fun Whitewater for all ages. Lunch is served.
A great family friendly rafting trip on the Rogue River. Choose the morning trip from 8:30am to 12pm for the morning $70. Afternoon trip is 11:00am to 4pm for $80 per person.
See the best wildlife viewing as you float down the Rogue River in the late afternoon. One of our favorite trips. Trip starts at 5pm and floats three hours downriver where guests enjoy a wonderful time of day on the river. Bring a bottle of wine and enjoy the warm evening temperatures. Light appetizers are served.
One of America's great hiking trails. Forty miles over four days, each evening at a different wilderness lodge. A raft will shadow you on the river and carry your gear between the lodges. If you're tired or want a change of scenery hop on the raft. Don't forget, this is hiking with a raft, so you can even bring some wine and sleep in a real bed.
Featured in the New York Times come enjoy our four day hike down the Rogue River trail. Each evening when you arrive at your lodge our guest sommelier will lead a wine presentation of Oregon Wines.