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Senior Trips & Project Graduation 2019

Alcohol Free Maine Whitewater Rafting Adventure

Come whitewater rafting to celebrate your senior year and graduation. We offer one of the least expensive and most safety-conscious trips in the industry. Your one-day whitewater adventure on the Kennebec or Dead River with Magic Falls Rafting Co. will include the following:

--Professional and Enthusiastic Registered Maine Whitewater Guide
--State of the art equipment, including self-bailing rafts
--Complimentary wetsuit rental. ($20.00 value)
--Cookout of steak, chicken, fish, or vegetarian, rice, coleslaw, homemade desserts, dinner rolls, and lemonade.
--Slide and personalized DVD presentation of your adventure your trip.
--Complimentary Video for Senior Class
--Full use of all the facilities: Rec Pavilion with TV, pool table, volleyball, horseshoes, 1/2 court basketball
--Free Wi-Fi-a rare service in the Maine Wilderness

                                                              Kennebec         Dead

 Rafting  $59     $75
 Float Tubing  $25     N/A
 Camping*   $12     $12
 Cabin Tents**  $15     $15
 Full Breakfast  $  8      $  8 
 Continental Breakfast  $  5     $  5
 Pizza Party  $10      $10 

 Hot Dog & Hamburger, Spaghetti Dinner
  or Chicken BBQ

  $10      $10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Must bring own camping equipment.

 **Must bring own sleeping bag and pillow.
We supply sleeping mat or pad.

OTHER ACCOMMODATIONS AVAILABLE.

 A user fee of $5.90 per person for the Kennebec trip and $13.40 per person for the Dead River trip will be assessed to cover the Maine Inland Fisheries & Wildlife levy and road access fee.

Contact us to plan a white water rafting trip for your class.    1-800-207-7238    Or, use our easy trip planning form. to receive a detailed quote via email.

Our senior class spent the night at Magic Falls Campground and rafted the Kennebec the following day. The campground facility was great as was the food. The staff was tolerant and kind to our group of 70+ unruly teenagers. My raft's guide, Crombie, was especially awesome and led our group with a gentle but firm hand (and he brought snacks!) All in all a great trip that I'd recommend to anyone, beginners to experts!

                                                                                                                          Emma from Auburn  May 2019

 

 

 

"The crew at Magic Falls Rafting Company is among the most experienced in this Maine town that offers not much more than an exciting rafting experience. I had rafted 50 years ago when rafting was an unregulated, somewhat risky enterprise. This company appears to be very safety oriented."
Paul, Rhode Island

"Bravo to Magic Falls Rafting! We took my 19/16 year old kids. The whole place was so impressive, great lunch, awesome guides, great pictures."
Kathryn

"Thank you all so much for taking care of us again this year. Zero complaints yet again and everyone had a wonderful time, including the new people. You all are the best and hope you have a strong closing to the season.

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Dan S, Massachusetts

"We just wanted to write you and convey what a wonderful trip we had this past weekend. We are excited to book our trip for next year and bring our son to start the next generation of our family down the Kennebec River with Magic Falls. We'd like to thank you again for everything you do for us, you show us every year why Magic Falls Rafting is truly the only name when it comes to whitewater rafting in Maine.
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The Brooks Family, Jay, ME

Maine White Water Report [Updated 5/26/2019]

Kennebec River

8400 9am to midnight

Due to early season water and air temperatures, wetsuits may be required. 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

6000 6 am to 1 pm
5500 June 1

Due to early season water temperatures, wetsuits may be required. 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.