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Youth Group Rafting Adventures

 

Maine White Water Rafting Adventures from May to October

          These rates apply to Outing Clubs, church groups, summer camps, middle school and high school classes, student sports teams and activity clubs, Y Camps and summer recreation programs.  

           --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 vegie, rice, coleslaw, homemade dessert, rolls, and lemonade.

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

          --Full use of all the facilities:  Pavilion with pool table, TV, outdoor basketball, horseshoes, volley ball court

          --Free WiFi-a rare offering in the Maine wilderness

                                  Kennebec          Dead

Rafting     $59      $75
High Water Release    $75        N/A
Float Tubing    $25       N/A    
Camping*    $12      $12
Cabin Tents**    $15      $15
Dead River Lodge    $35      $35
Breakfast     $8      $8
Continental Breakfast    $5      $5
Pizza Party     $10      $10
BBQ or Spaghetti Dinner    $10      $10

*Must bring own camping equipment 

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

 

 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.

Magic falls Rafting Company specializes in youth groups! Please give us a call and let us help you plan your rafting trip! We do project graduation, school groups, summer camps, scouts and whitewater merit badges.  We offer tubing for $25 per person

Contact us to plan a white water rafting trip for your youth group.    Or, complete our easy on-line trip planning form.

1-800-207-7238

Magic Falls is a member in good standing of Maine Summer Camps, Maine Recreation and Parks Assoc. and New Hampshire Recreation and Parks Association.

"Our guide was very knowledgeable, rafting Kennebec was a blast. Magic Falls runs a great operation, equipment was more decent than other companies we’ve tried in the past and our experience was very memorable."
Fivos, Boston, MA

"We had a blast! Our guide kept us safe and happy! We were able to get in and ride the rapids a couple times. We had cool challenges and it was very exciting! Afterwards we returned to base camp for lunch, the steak was very tender and blueberry crumb cake was delicious. We would do this trip over and over again!"
Melissa H, Houston, TX

"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

"I have been rafting with Dave & Donna for 27 years. I have continued to stay with these folks because the are the BEST IN THE INDUSTRY! A well-run outfit with personable, knowledgeable guides who understand what it takes to make each and every run a run to remember! And if you really want to have some fun, go run Double Trouble on the Kennebec in the summertime. What is even better is watching the people you have rafted with for so long bringing their kids along for the trips now. My 4 teenage kids are TOTALLY HOOKED! They look forward to heading to Magic Falls Rafting every year now. The tradition has started. Congrats on 29 years Dave & Donna."
Paul, Billerica, MA

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.