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Float Tubing

A leisurely way to spend the afternoon floating down the lower Kennebec River.  The five mile trip lasts about 2 1/2 hours. Magic Falls will provide tube and pfd, transportation to the put-in at the The Forks Bridge and transportation from the take-out at "The Fishing Hole" on Route 201 back to the Magic Falls base.  This is a self-guided trip and tubers are welcome to bring their own food and beverages.  Check in at noon at Magic Falls Base camp.  $25 per person.

"Just wanted to let you know that my friends and I had such a wonderful weekend at your place, they want to go back in August! It’s sounding like our group will be even bigger because word-of-mouth has caused more interest. Your team made us feel welcome and safe. Kudos to Sean for leading the way...and for plucking me out of the river twice!!!
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Nancy, Rhode Island

"What an amazing time! This was our first time! It was high water and the rapids tremendous- needless to say we were nervous. Chris was the best guide. He made us feel safe and comfortable, was friendly, knowledgeable and super helpful! The BBQ was perfect and all the staff friendly, patient and helpful. We stayed at the Inn - conveniently located right next to starting point, comfortable and a great view.


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Christine G.

"The entire family said this was something they want to do again, and we'll be using this company again to do it. Very family friendly and fun for everyone.

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Elizabeth, Sept 20

"Magic Falls made our rafting experience absolutely perfect. Some rafting guides take you along for “their” ride where the guides at Magic Falls make the experience about their guests. Haley was extremely enthusiastic, accommodating and a pleasure to spend time with. 10/10 recommend this company!"
Kelsey

Maine White Water Report [Updated 10/11/2020]

Kennebec River

The 2020 season is complete
See you May 2021

Any published flows are approximate and forecasts are estimates only. Actual flows will vary and can change quickly at any time. Always be alert and wear an approved flotation device. Never go in or near the water until you know and accept the risks you are assuming by being in this area.

Dead River

The Dead Season is complete
See you in May 2021

The Dead is the longest, continuous stretch of Class III-V whitewater in the East. Always use caution when recreating on or near dammed waters as water levels could change without notice.