Dip a paddle in the water and embark on one of three types of voyages—from quiet lake exploration to thrilling river adventure.
Canoe and kayak trips are ideal for reflecting on nature. Many of these outings include frequent stops for day hikes, swimming, photography, or just stretching your legs.
If you love water-based adventure, then rafting trips are the place for you! Ride down exhilarating rapids, float down canyons, sample swimming holes, and take fascinating side hikes. Select family raft trips are also a great way to bond with the kids.
Unless otherwise stated in the brochure, trip prices include canoe/kayak/raft and equipment rental, all or most meals, camping or lodging expenses, and all on-trip activities.
Paddle two northern classics on this multi-sport sampler. We'll hike, camp, and canoe the lakes and rivers of the BWCA, then take a cruise to see several Apostle Islands and tandem kayak to sea caves and Basswood Island. More »
Float down rapids, shoot down hard-rock water slides, hike and bike rustic trails, and make new friends beside the campfire on this multisport sampler in one of the East Coast's top parks, More »
Kayak the mysterious and ancient byways of the Okefenokee. 400,000 acres of obsidian water and moss-draped cypress will reveal their secrets as we delve into the heart of the swamp. More »
Raft thrilling whitewater, kayak, swim, and float down this playful section of the Rogue, with plenty of time for exploration in between. Nights at camp feature kid-friendly meals, games, and more. More »
Clear lakes and rushing rivers await experienced and beginning family paddlers alike in the Lower 48's largest park. The Hudson River Gorge is one of the country's top-rated river trip destinations. More »
Escape the winter chill on Florida's sun-drenched islands and white sand beaches. We'll kayak, swim, fish, and hike the trails surrounding this remote refuge along the Gold Coast. More »
Join a relaxed early-autumn canoeing and camping excursion. We'll spend our days hiking to historic places, paddling to clear springs, fishing a blue-ribbon trout stream, and taking in the beauty of the Ozarks in the fall. More »