Rogue River Whitewater Rafting
The Rogue River is located in southwest Oregon, and is 215 miles long, from its start within Crater Lake National Park to where it meets the ocean at Gold Beach. Due to the abundance of exciting rapids, Rogue river rafting has become very popular with whitewater rafting enthusiasts.
We offer several trips on the Rogue, depending on your level of skill and what kind of experience you are looking for. Our Scenic Rogue river rafting Float option is a relaxing trip down the river in one of our big rafts. You’ll get to experience the great views and abundant wildlife at a slower pace than our other whitewater offerings. This is a great trip for the whole family!
If you are looking for more excitement, our half day and Express Intro to Whitewater is one of our most popular outings. This trip covers a six mile stretch of the river, starting out with easy rapids and getting progressively more difficult until the final Class IV sections. If you have a larger group, all day outings are also possible, contact us for more info.
A long stretch of the Rogue, about 84 miles, is designated as Wild and Scenic, which makes it a federally protected waterway. Our multi day trips through this wilderness are spectacular. In addition, we utilize several lodges along the way, so you’ve got a hot shower and excellent home cooked meals at the end of each day!
Please contact us at 800-858-2811 if you have any questions about our Rogue River rafting trips.