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Collegiate Rafting Groups

 

Whitewater rafting on Maine's Kennebec and Dead Rivers is the perfect, economical getaway for college outing clubs, pre or post season team trips, fraternities and sororities. 

 College  Rafting Specials- May- October 2017

 Kennebec River  $54  

 Kennebec High Water Releases   $69

 Dead River $69

--Professional and Enthusiastic Registered Maine Whitewater Guide.

--State of the art equipment, including self-bailing rafts.

--Transportation to and from the Kennebec River.

--Complimentary wetsuit rental. ($15.00 value)

--Complimentary night camping ($ 12.00 value) *

--Cookout of steak, chicken, or vegetarian, rice, coleslaw, homemade desserts, dinner rolls and lemonade.

--Slide and personalized video presentation of your adventure immediately following your trip.

--Full use of all the facilities, volleyball, horseshoes, and float tubes.

 Upgrade to Cabin Tents** Add $ 5.00

Additional Night Camping Add $12.00

Additional Night Cabin Tent Add 15.00

Mini Breakfast Add $5.00

Breakfast Add $ 8.00

BBQ, Spaghetti Dinner  Add $ 10.00

Pizza Party Add $ 10.00

* Must bring own camping equipment

** Must bring own sleeping bag and pillow

 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 and road access fee. 

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 to check prices and availability or call 1-800-207-7238

"I would like to personally thank you for the amazing adventure you organized for Auburn High School last week. The amount of times that I heard the students say that it was the best weekend/trip EVER on the way home told me that this is a trip that they will remember for the rest of their lives. Your hospitality, professionalism, river expertise, and overall easy going nature made my students and I feel comfortable, safe, and relaxed. You present students with a once of a lifetime experience of bonding and adventure and I will highly recommend your company to everyone I talk to!"
Spencer K. Auburn, Mass, High School

"Thanks for an excellent day on the river, whether it's raining or sunshine it's always an amazing day. Every single employee is happy with smiles on their faces and always willing to help and do whatever it takes to make our experience incredible. We’ll be back next year!



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Matt, Waterville, Maine

"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

"We had a family outing on the Kennebec, with our Guides JJ and Molly. A true experience of a lifetime, but one that will be repeated soon! From checking in and being assigned our rafting guides and a quick but thorough instruction of our "responsibilities" on the river, off to the buses and onto the Dam. Once on the river, it was a thrill of a lifetime, one made even better by our Guides, JJ and Molly (we had two rafts...) At the end of an exciting trip a wonderful barbecue awaited some hungry rafters! All the Staff of Magic Falls were exceptional and professional but most of all lots of fun which is what we went for."
David M, Maine

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.