Oregon Whitewater Adventures

 

NORTH UMPQUA
RIVER RAFTING

TRIPS OFFERED DAILY -
April - September
One and Two Day Trips

"Your crew put together a top notch day for all of us. Every single person that went commented about how much fun they had. It was definitely a great morale booster for our employees. Please let the guides know that they all did a fantastic job."

Jeff Hazen, Costco

Whitewater! The sounds of the word conjures up the roar of the rapids, spray on the face, and the pristine beauty of the river . . . in other words, the Umpqua! The Umpqua, north of Crater Lake, is a fast flowing gem from the Cascades and is a whitewater dream. In addition to exceptional Class III and IV whitewater, it is also one of the most beautiful rivers in the Pacific Northwest. Its continuous pool and drop rapids keep constant action rolling. The Umpqua has more rapids per mile than any other Oregon river. This river truly deserves the Wild and Scenic protection it acquired. Volcanic columns tower over the canyon, the river is breathtaking in both beauty and excitement. No wonder it's our favorite one and two day trip, it offers the perfect getaway-from-it-all weekend vacation! Coupled with the kind of inspiring environment that surrounds a river, and the combination of exhilarating challenges, the stimulating situations are infinite . . . as are the pleasures.

A paddle raft trip on the Umpqua is the ultimate! On the full day trip, hearty and delicious riverside lunches are served, freshly prepared for hungry rafters. Meals feature Dutch oven cooking on the overnight getaways, sending the aroma of freshly baked desserts drifting around the campfire.

Meeting Time & Place:
One and two day trips meet at Gravel Bin Boat Landing (past mile post 39) at 10:00 a.m. Half day trips meet at 1:00 p.m. (unless special meeting arrangements have been previously made). Gravel Bin is 1.3 miles past Steamboat Inn, approximately 40 miles east of Roseburg on Highway 138 (the same highway leading to Diamond Lake and Crater Lake).

Gravel Bin GPS Coordinates:  N43 20.503  W122 43.537

Accommodations:
If you arrive before your trip, riverside campgrounds are available. Lodging is available at the famous Steamboat Inn (800-840-8825) in deluxe cabins and cottages. The Dogwood Motel (541-496-3403) and Idleyld Lodge (541-496-0088) are also in the area. More extensive lodging and services are available in Roseburg.

Trip Fee:
The trip fee includes the services of our professional, friendly guides, PFD lifejackets, helmets, splash jackets and pants, camp chair, and all river running equipment and safety gear. On one day trips, a deluxe lunch is included. On two day trips, delicious meals are provided from the first day's lunch to the last day's lunch. Shuttle is included.

Trip Prices
April - September
Trip Length Price (Adult/Youth)
Half Day $90/$70
Full Day $115/$95
Two Day $325/$285  *$355/$315*

Youth: Ages 10 to 12

*All Inclusive*  Price includes tent, sleeping bag, and sleeping pad.


Oregon Whitewater Adventures is an equal opportunity service provider. Oregon Whitewater Adventures is registered with the Oregon State Marine Board, and operates under Special-Use Permits granted by the U.S. Forest Service, Umatilla National Forest, Umpqua National Forest and Willamette National Forest; and under Special Recreation Permits granted by the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management in the Vale and Prineville districts.