Take your family, office, church, or scout group rafting on the Deerfield River’s most popular rafting section, Zoar Gap. These Class II whitewater rapids with one Class III rapid are ideal for beginner rafters.
Experience Class IV rafting excitement close to home on the Deerfield River’s most exciting section, the Monroe Bridge Dryway.
Half-Day and Full-Day Trips
Charlemont, MA is perfectly positioned near several major rivers where activities like whitewater rafting and kayaking are popular summer excursions. Ranging from Class II to IV, New England’s rivers offer rafting trips for beginners and more advanced outdoor enthusiasts.
Take a 10-mile adventure on the Deerfield River, tackle Class IV rapids on the Millers River or look for wildlife on the gentle Connecticut River. With half-day and full-day trips through some of New England’s best scenery, it’s easy to see why river rafting is such a popular summer experience in Massachusetts.
Raft the Deerfield, Millers & Connecticut Rivers
Get the perfect introduction to whitewater rafting on the Connecticut River. From a few flat sections to some Class II rapids, this river rafting trip gets you acquainted with the sport and offers opportunities to swim and play on a stunning three-mile stretch of the river.
Looking for more of a challenge? Take on the diagonal waves and holes of the Millers River on an unforgettable rafting trip. Class III-IV rapids offer a fun challenge, peaking at the Funnel for an all-out paddling experience. Enjoy a homemade picnic-style lunch to refuel in the middle of this whitewater adventure.
For whitewater rafting closer to Charlemont, opt for a trip on the Deerfield River. Weave through a maze of waves, holes, and rocks, and try your hand at rapids like Labyrinth and Dragon’s Tooth. On the Zoar Gap trip, you’ll get to experience the Deerfield River’s most popular rafting section with Class II-III rapids.
Browse the tours below to learn more about each river and some of the exciting rapids you’ll encounter. Book online today.