Day Rafting

We have a variety of options for quick outdoor escapes in Southern Oregon. Both the Rogue River and Klamath are just a short jaunt out of the Rogue Valley. Half-day trips are offered three times per day and full-day trips are available throughout the summer months. Our day rafting season typically starts in early April and goes through September.

$99/adult, $89/youth

Half-day Rogue River rafting trips offer the closest rafting to Ashland, Oregon. Perfect for beginners or groups of mixed experience levels, this trip is our most popular excursion. This rafting trip is highly recommended for families with children. The trip features a steady progression from the easiest and most mellow rapids to the largest rapids, which gives everyone a chance to slowly become more comfortable with whitewater and rafting. Our family friendly guides are great with kids and will make your time on the river a happy and memorable experience.

$189/adult, $179/youth

Upper Klamath rafting - welcome to the Wild West. With big waves, dramatic drops, and spectacular scenery, the Upper Klamath River is the ultimate full-day whitewater rafting trip in Oregon. Mile for mile, no other full-day rafting trip in Oregon compares to the Upper Klamath. This 14 mile rafting trip features fantastic and fun Class IV+ rapids and continuous Class IV whitewater framed by spectacular canyon scenery and history-rich lands.


The Scott River is a little-known tributary to the Klamath River. It features stout Class IV and V rapids from March until June. In the spring, the Scott River swells with melting snow runoff and turns boulder gardens into some of the best whitewater in the West. The Scott River is a good stepping stone into the world of Class V whitewater and is a step-up in difficult from the popular Upper Klamath.

$89/adult, $79/youth

Our half-day Rogue River "Table Rock" floats take you through a section of the river that only recently has been open for rafting. Gold Ray dam used to block passage between Touvelle State Park and Fisher’s Ferry (the access point used for our Rogue River whitewater rafting half-day trips). The dam was removed in August of 2010, and since then boaters have enjoyed a beautiful float through a section of river that flows along the base of Lower Table Rock. This trip is perfect for families with young children (3-6 years old). For ages 6 and up, consider our standard half-day Rogue rafting trip.



Small group, private rafting trips are now available for all of our trips. We all need a breath of fresh air, and you’ll find it in Southern Oregon. Enjoy a your own river trip with just you, your family, and Indigo Creek guides.



“Their attention to detail, warm/friendly personalities, and professional attitudes on and off the river made our Rogue River trip the highlight of our summer. After over 25 years of river trips, this was the best trip we’ve ever done.”



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