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Lodging & Accommodations at Magic Falls

Magic Falls offers a variety of lodging and camping for your Maine white water rafting adventure.  Along with lodging, our base facility has showers and changing facilities, a recreation pavilion with pool table and TV, volleyball, 1/2 court basketball, horseshoes and Free WiFi-a rare offering in rural Maine.
Book with our on-line reservation form or complete our easy to use trip planning form to receive a detailed quote on your Maine rafting vacation sent to you via email.

 

 

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Dead River Lodge

Well off Rt. 201 near our base camp, Dead River Lodge offers a quiet retreat. The 12 room lodge features King and Queen rooms with half baths, decks overlooking the river, an ADA room and a large living room with a big screen TV. Ideal accommodations for the entire family.

           

King room $85 per night.  Queen room $65 per night. Bunk room rate is $30 per person. Children under 12 years old lodge for half price when staying in a bunk room with parents. Five bunk rooms sleep 4 and three bunk rooms sleep 3.

 

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Magic Falls River's Inn

Comfortable and spacious, the inn is dedicated to groups who want to prepare their own meals or BBQ. Will accommodate up to 16. The inn has four bedrooms, two baths, kitchen, TV room, dining room, and a deck with gas grill.  The rate is $40 per person. Minimum 8 persons per night

Magic Rivers Campground

Located on the beautiful Dead River, both campsites and cabin tents are available.

Cabin Tents are a wooden framed structure with canvas or wood sidewalls, set on a wooden platform, with a screen door, basic electricity, and wooden sleeping bunks with mats. You can either bring your own sleeping bags and pillows or have us supply pillow, sheets, and one blanket for an additional fee. The per person/per night cabin tent rate is $20 per person.

For your convenience each campsite has a fire pit and picnic table. Tent sites are priced at $15 per person/per night.

Call or E-mail to find out more about rafting specials, internet specials and family vacation packages.

Book with our on-line reservation form or complete our easy to use trip planning form to receive a detailed quote on your Maine rafting vacation sent to you via email.

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"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

"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

"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

"Had a great time! The crew is helpful and kind. Definitely going back. Very knowledgeable about the river and keep you safe."
Genevieve

Maine White Water Report [Updated 10/19/2019]

Kennebec River

Rafting Season 2019 is complete
See you next May

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

Next Release May 2020
see you then

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.