Maine Rafting Adventures
Maine Rafting on the Kennebec, Penobscot, and Dead Whitewater Rivers
Whitewater rafting in Maine is some of the best rafting that can be found anywhere in the United States (or the World!). Choose from three major rivers: The Kennebec, The Dead and The Penobscot as well as Canada Falls and Seboomook. These whitewater rivers are all in pristine wilderness settings and are dam controlled for guaranteed high water releases throughout the rafting season.
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A True Whitewater Rafting Adventure!
The Maine Rafting Season is from mid-April to mid-October. All of these Maine rivers have special trips and dam releases through out the summer.
Three Rivers Whitewater runs 1 and 2 day trips on the Dead, Kennebec or Penobscot Rivers Daily. We use state of the art equipment and put the most time and money into training professional guide staff of any outfitter in Maine. All of our trips include home made meals that are second to none. But most importantly, our staff is here to make your trip fun. They are exceedingly friendly and take the time to make your trip what you want it to be. No request is too difficult to accomplish. If it is possible, we will do it to show you a good time. So look at the different trips we have to offer, gather your friends or family and join us for some serious fun!
The Kennebec is Maine’s most popular river for white water rafting. It is appropriate for almost all groups and has a minimum age of 10yrs for participants rafting the upper Kennebec George. Arrangements for younger participants can be made for them to join the trip for second half, and less rigorous portion of the trip. The Kennebec runs at high flows 7 days a week and is always a good run. Our one day white water rafting trip on the Kennebec is a world class, 13 mile wilderness experience that includes a homemade BBQ. When rafting the Kennebec you will be enjoying the amenities at The Forks Outdoor Fun Resort.
Rafting on The Penobscot River is the most challenging in Maine! Maine’s true Class V whitewater rafting is available 7 days per week all summer long. Thrilling rapids like Exterminator, The Cribworks, and Nesowadnehunk Falls. This true wilderness experiences on this 13 mile trip with a suggested minimum age of The Penobscot rafting adventure is full of incredible views of Mount Katahdin and Baxter state park and wildlife including moose, deer, bald eagles, beaver, otters, ducks and much more. This wilderness rafting thriller is also the only place in the United States to combine a class V rafting adventure with the ultimate thrill of Skydiving with JUMP and RAFT. When rafting The Penobscot River of skydiving with Jump and Raft you will be enjoying the amenities at The Penobscot Outpost.
Rafting on The Dead River boasts the most continuous whitewater anywhere in the east. Class III, and IV rapids are common on this 16 mile trip. The Dead River only has high water releases on specific dates during the rafting season. These releases are always special events and are expected to fantastic with spring snow run off this Year. Suggested minimum age is 12. The Dead River is the best spring whitewater rafting in Maine and also makes a beautiful fall rafting trip with Maine’s foliage season. The Dead River also offers family rafting great for small children during the summer on Dead River Recreational Releases. When rafting The Dead River you will be enjoying the amenities at The Forks Outdoor Fun Resort.
Hidden deep within the North woods of Maine, the beautiful chute drop Seboomook River offers 5-foot drops, surf holes, and waves.