Why Planning Ahead makes or breaks the trip

Whether you’re floating with a cooler of cold drinks or embarking on a multi-day class V adventure, a river trip in Maine is an experience like no other.  However, to ensure you have the best time you can, it’s crucial to plan and pack wisely.  No one wants to be wet and shiver all day or or to leave the river with a sunburn that makes you look like a Maine lobser.

Our comprehensive guides on packing for your river trip will help you prepare for your adventure, whatever it may be


What to bring Whitewater Rafting

When packing for a rafting trip, your gear largely depends on your destination, the season, and the weather forecast. To help you prepare, we’ve outlined a few essential items to ensure you stay comfortable no matter what nature throws at you.  Being prepared lets you make the most of your day on the river.

A Day On The Kennebec River

What to bring on a Whitewater Rafting overnight trip

An overnight whitewater rafting trip in Maine promises adventure, fun, and some of the best scenery you can imagine. However, to make the most of your experience, it’s crucial to plan and pack appropriately. Here’s your ultimate guide to packing and staying organized for a Maine whitewater overnight river trip

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What to bring on your Kennebec tubing trip

A tubing trip on the Kennebec River is a fantastic way to kick back, take in the sights, and have a relaxing day on the water. By packing the right gear and planning ahead, you can ensure the best time possible out there. So gather your friends, pack your cooler, slap on some sunscreen, and get ready for an afternoon floating down one of Maine’s most beautiful rivers.


What to bring stand-up paddle boarding

A stand-up paddleboard (SUP) offers a unique way to explore Maine’s waterways.  Whether you’re a seasoned paddler or new to the sport, packing the right gear is essential for a good day out on the water. Here’s a comprehensive guide on what to pack for your SUP adventure.

Stand Up Paddleboarding