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Maine Rafting for Company & Business Groups

Fun, Safe, Maine whitewater rafting get-togethers

A Monday-Friday Kennebec River one-day rafting trip including a BBQ of steak, chicken, fish or veggie entree for a group of 6 or more is $55 in May and October, $65 per person in June and September and $70 in July and August.  A user fee of $5.90 per person for the Kennebec trip and $13.60 per person for the Dead River trip will be assessed to cover the Maine Inland Fisheries & Wildlife levy, meals tax and road access fee.

An overnight Maine white water rafting adventure is a great way to have a company party or retreat.  The Rivers Inn can accommodate up to 16 for a small group. The Dead River Lodge accommodates up to 32. 

Your rafting adventure will include the following:

2 Nights lodging in either the River's Inn or Dead River Lodge
2 Breakfasts
1 Rafting trip on Kennebec River with barbecue
1 Lobster Bake

 Lobster Dinner

May or October $160.00

June or September $170.00

July & August (Saturday) $200.00

July & August (Sunday-Friday) $180.00

Beginning this season, Magic Falls launches a charitable giving program to support Maine businesses and organization’s own designated charities. For companies, businesses and organizations booking group trips of 8 or more rafters, Magic Falls will contribute a portion of the regular per person full river trip price to that organization’s designated charity on the following schedule:

Kennebec River

                Saturday in July and August                           $  30       

                Sunday in July and August                             $  15

                Mid week in July and August                          $  10

                Daily in June and September                         $  10

Dead River

                High Water Release dates                            $ 20

 

                To make reservations and enroll your organization in the “Raft for Charity” program call 1-800-207-7238.

Contact Magic Falls Maine Whitewater Rafting Company to plan your outdoor adventure on the Kennebec River, or Dead River and spend your vacation whitewater rafting in Maine!  Complete our on-line Maine white water rafting trip planning form and we will send you a detailed trip quote via email, or call 1-800-207-7238

"Just wanted to drop a quick note to say what a great trip we had. The double run was awesome and Chris gave us an amazing ride. Can I request him for next year now? Thanks again and see you all next year if not sooner."
Chuck, Haverhill, Mass.

"I am well versed in customer care and attention to detail. I make it my hobby to quietly observe all the finite things wherever I go. Your staff, your poise with somewhat difficult customers and your care to provide a first rate experience receives top billing from me. I will share the experience with friends and most importantly, when I come rafting again it will be with Magic Falls.
Dj & Alex"
Dj & Alex

"It was my wife's 50th birthday and she wanted to celebrate in a special way. The trip we had was indeed special. What made it special was the way the employees and river guides catered to our group. She couldn't have celebrated her 50th any better."
Sal C., Needham Heights, MA

"Thanks for an amazing adventure. 11 Wild Women rafting! Thank goodness we got the DVD because no one would believe we really did it. We had a blast. You run a class operation. All of your guides were hospitable and respectful. The whole adventure was perfect."
Lee-Ann G., Portsmouth. NH

Maine White Water Report [Updated 5/23/2017]

Kennebec River

4900 10 am - 1 pm
6500 1 pm-11:59 pm
Chilly-cold spring rains have filled watershed

All 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

5,500 May 28
5,000 June 3
Chilly

Wetsuits will be mandatory. 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.