Rafting and Kayaking on the Rogue and Klamath Rivers
Come Enjoy The Famous Rivers of Southern Oregon and Northern California with a guided tour or a daily rental
Option One: NUGGET FALLS HALF DAY RAFTING
$89 adults, $79 youth
Our half-day Rogue River Rafting Trips are the perfect whitewater adventure for most everyone–young and old, beginners and experienced. Our professional guides will navigate you through heart-pounding rapids as well as the mellower sections of the river. You might even decide to “take a swim”.
Before you know it you will safely experience the thrill of Class III Nugget Falls & the Class IV excitement of Powerhouse rapid and others. You may see blue herons, bald eagles and some rolling tout or salmon. No rafting experience is required and this trip is a great introduction to white water rafting for beginners as well as experienced rafters.
Minimum age: 8
What We Provide:
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off from the Ashland Area
- Two departures day; 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m./1:15 to 5:30 p.m.
- A professional safety-certified guide per boat
- 30 Minutes Transportation to and from the Rogue River put-in
- Light meal, depending on the time of day
- All you need for rafting gear
What To Bring On Your Trip:
- Dry Clothes
- A smile!
GUIDED UPPER KLAMATH WHITEWATER RAFTING TRIP Includes “Hell’s Corner”
$169 adults, $159 youth
Klamath River Adventure Rafting doesn’t get any better than charging through more than 40 rapids on this full-day white water rafting river adventure!
Our “Hell’s Corner” Upper Klamath Whitewater Rafting trip offers a thrilling day of exciting white water, amazing scenery, and native Oregon and Northern California wildlife. Run over 30 Class III to IV+ rapids on big flows all summer long. It’s fun and addicting to raft through this volcanic high-desert canyon miles and miles from anywhere.
- Experienced, safety-minded & professional guides
- Continental breakfast and gourmet lunch included is served to guests
- 7-8 hours shuttle travel and river time (4-5 hours on the river)
- May through September
- Difficulty: Class II, III & IV
- Hotel & B & B Pick-up or meet at Main Street Tours office, 800 N. Main Street, next to the Breadboard Restaurant, Ashland.
- Great for experienced and first-time paddlers in good health – Ages 12 and up.
- Get Info, Be Contacted by Main Street Staff or Order Now
Lower Klamath or Rogue River Rafting – Class II Mellow Ride
$89/$62 6-12 yrs/5 and under FREE
Mellow, scenic, with splashy, playful 2 rapids. This half day river rafting trip is one of our most popular! The Klamath Wild and Scenic River and the Rogue Wild and Scenic River has fun and whitewater with a chance to view the abundance of wildlife, countless species of birds, and mining and Native American history. This is a great family or group of friends rafting trip with lots of places to jump in and swim in your life jacket. Just a short trek from Ashland, Oregon. This is a great rafting trip for families and for those who want a playful day on the river.
Family friendly inflatable kayak trips on the Klamath River.
Inflatable Kayaking Class II and III Ride
$89/$62 10-12 yrs
Captain your own inflatable kayak! If you’ve been rafting before and you’re ready to try something new, then try inflatable kayaking. It’s exciting, beginner friendly, easy to learn and will make those Class II rapids seem more like Class III! This is the full day whitewater adventure for those who want to try something new and have the time of their lives. Instruction is included and your guide is never far away to show you the lines in the rapids.
Note: All raft trips are booked on a first come-first serve basis.
We make every effort to include groups, families and friends with their own raft or inflatable kayak and guide.
Deposits: A 50% trip deposit holds the trip and date until 72 ( 3-days ) hours before the event.
Dates, times may flex until and then deposits are on a non-refundable except for illness reasons. 10% booking fee will be retained if a refund qualifies.
DID YOU KNOW?
Eric Grey, great-grandson of the famed Western Novelist said, “Zane Grey was very concerned about the vanishing wilderness in America…”
“On one of his trips to the Rogue with his family, Grey noted he was glad his son could ‘still see something of wild America’ but he feared that his grandson never will.
Three generations later, I am glad to say that the Rogue is still a beautiful wilderness. Thanks to the work of The Trust for Public Land, Zane Grey’s cabin at Winkle Bar will be preserved for future generations of Americans,” said Eric Grey.
Grey was born in 1872 and later moved west and became a writer. He bought the Winkle Bar property in 1926 and set up camp to write and fish for salmon and steelhead trout. His book, “Rogue River Feud,” focused on the river.
Main Street Tours Terms and Conditions
Daily tours are designed to accommodate a minimum of 2 or more persons. We also make arrangements for larger group tours — ask about our larger group discounts.
Our tour guides are professional hosts and educators, and our transport vehicles are custom, air-conditioned vans, Town Cars, or in some cases, buses.
We request that a hold deposit for a date is secured in advance and that all tours be paid in full by the tour departure date.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations after deposits are made, received more than 48 hours prior to a tour date or reservation booking, will result in a refund of 90% of the reservation price to cover our handling costs. Limited Rafting Space Available so long before 48 hours from tour departure, a 50% cancellation fee is required.
•Note : It is possible to book the afternoon of the day before !
Feel free to contact us at (541) 482-9852 for extenuating circumstances.
We are not responsible for lost or stolen articles left on board any of our vehicles or at wineries.
We are safety certified by the Red Cross.