Guests float down timeless canyons while enjoying the adrenaline pumping rapids. The area offers whitewater rafting, fishing, hunting, hiking, wineries, festivals, a casino and more. The business has over 39 years of river running experience and is one of the most reputable whitewater rafting companies in the state. It is the most popular original outfitter on the river and includes 4,200’ of river frontage. The park includes full power, underground irrigation, and riparian water rights on a class 3 navigable whitewater river. Amenities include 200+ tent campsites, self contained trailers and RVs are welcome, picnic area for 500+ people, horseshoes, kayak, canoeing, paddle-boarding, rafting, and volleyball.
Perfectly located between two major metropolitan areas. It is surrounded by destination outdoor recreation, farm to fork agriculture, and popular festivals. Guests raft through a newly designated National Park. The number of tourists visiting the region has been on the rise over the past ten years. A number of wineries and tasting facilities have been developed in the valley and the number of event centers that cater to weddings and other social gatherings has been increasing. Development possibilities include offering a glamping experience or eco-lodge and there is plenty of space to build a private residence or two on this scenic river.
Whitewater rafting trips
One or two day rafting adventures traverse through rugged wilderness, towering canyons, and oak-studded meadows. Swift currents, big waves, plenty of sun and whitewater ensure action-packed excitement.
The area plays host to a myriad of beautiful and majestic wildlife species. As guests make their way downriver they may see black-tailed deer, Tule elk, river otters, turtles, egrets, herons, and a variety of other shorebirds. Red-tailed hawks, osprey, falcons, golden and bald eagles soar high above the canyon walls.