Rogue River Rafting

The Rogue River is the Pacific Northwest’s hallmark river and is a founding member of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act. Originating near Crater Lake National Park, the Rogue traverses high mountains, skirts along Upper and Lower Table Rock in the Rogue Valley, meanders through Grants Pass, and then enters a rugged wilderness canyon before splashing into the Pacific Ocean in Gold Beach, Oregon. From start to finish, the Rogue is over 215 miles long, drops over 5,320 feet, and offers river sections ranging from mellow floats to thrilling whitewater, half-day adventures and all the way up to five day excursions.

$1225/adult, $1175/youth

A river trip down the Wild & Scenic section of the Rogue River may be one of the the best vacations you ever take. The Rogue River canyon is stunning and encapsulates a true sense of relaxation and nature that is hard to find anywhere else. We have a limited number of launch dates and specialize in small group trips where we can customize our itineraries to fully enhance your Wild Rogue experience.


Our Rogue Express trip is a two-day, fast-paced adventure down the famed Wild & Scenic section of the Rogue River. This trip is unique because it is the only two-day camp trip offered on the Rogue River. It is a good trip option for locals who can only get away for two days and need a jolt of adventure. Our Rogue Express trips are fast-paced and participants should be prepared for long days on the water.

$95/adult, $85/youth

The Rogue Valley Rapid Run offers a quick escape and introduction to Southern Oregon's Rogue River. First-time rafters and families with children will appreciate the steady progression of rapids that end with two large Class III/IV rapids. Offered four times each day. All the trips are approximately 3 to 3.5 hours in length, from meet time to return time and include transportation.

$95/adult, $85/youth

Our 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 (3-8 years old). For ages 8 and up, consider our Rogue Valley Rapid Run.