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Magic Falls Dead & Kennebec Specials 

We try our hardest to offer the highest quality river experience at the lowest possible prices available.  Book on-line with our secure reservation form or plan your trip with our easy trip planning form to receive a detailed trip quote via email.

All rates are per person.  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, road access fee and Maine meals tax.

May

Kennebec River (Includes BBQ) $75.00

Dead River Spring Releases  $99.00
Big Water:  May 7, 14, 21 & 29 -6000 cfs



Two Day Memorial Weekend Special: May 28 & 29  or 29 & 30
1 Day Dead River - 1 Day Kennebec River:
$149.00  (Includes BBQ’s Both Days)

Two Day Spring Rivers Special - 1 Day Kennebec River -1 Day Dead River $149.00  (Includes BBQ both days) (Offered only on weekends that Dead River is available.)

June

Kennebec River (Includes BBQ) $75.00

June 4 - Dead River
4000 cfs $99.00  (Includes BBQ)
June 4 & 5
1 Day Dead River – 1 Day Kennebec River
$149.00  (Includes BBQ’s Both Days) 

June 11 - Big Water Kennebec River  8000 cfs
$75.00 

July

July 4 – Prime Rib Feast
Big Water Kennebec River 8000 cfs $99.00

Cheap Thrills Upper Gorge Trip  $ 49.00

August

Cheap Thrills Upper Gorge Trip   $49.00

September

Kennebec River (includes BBQ) $75.00

Labor Day Weekend: Special Two River Combo

Sept 3 & 4 or 4 & 5- 1 Day Kennebec River – 1 Day Dead River
$149.00  (Includes BBQ’s both Days)

September 10
Big Water Kennebec River, 8000 cfs
$75.00

September 17 and 18: Customer Appreciation Weekend
1 Day Dead River - 1 Day Kennebec River
$119.00 pp (Includes BBQ’s Both Days) Lots of Fun!!!

September 24
Big Water Kennebec River, 8000 cfs
$75.00

Book a big water trip before August 1 and get $10.00 off per person

October

Kennebec River (Includes BBQ) $75.00

October 1st– Final Dead River Trip of 2022
Annual Pig Roast-6000 cfs Full Open
-Recognized by National Geographic Adventure Magazine as best October weekend getaway
$99.00  
 
Two Day Fall  River Combo-October 1 & 2
1 Day Dead River – 1 Day Kennebec River
$149.00 p/p (Includes Pig Roast/BBQ)

Columbus Weekend!!
October 8 & 9  Kennebec River 
(Includes BBQ)
Pay your Age
PLUS Sunday, October 9 – 23rd Annual Early Halloween Party
 Prizes Awarded

Book on-line with our secure reservation form or plan your trip with our easy trip planning form to receive a detailed trip quote via email.

"Just want to thank you once again for me and my crew for providing another awesome trip. We are never disappointed! We hit every piece of whitewater from quickwater to Class IV."
The McGillicuddys, July 2021

"Thank you for a fabulous weekend! The lodge was super. The raft ride was thrilling! The food after ride was excellent! 5 stars all around! Great job and I hope to make it back up there again."
Melody, June 2020

"Place is awesome. Clean, safe and fun. staff is friendly. BBQ afterward was really nice. Stay in the lodge. It's clean, comfortable and affordable."
Sandra A, July 2019

"This was my third time rafting with Magic Falls since with my mom and my wrokplace in the 90's. My husband rafted with Magic Falls (with Dave as his guide) with his dad almost 30 years ago. We were so happy to be able to introduce our son to this amazing experience. What a treat to have Dave be our guide after so many years. You guys are awesome!
"
Rebecca L. June 2022

Maine White Water Report [Updated 8/12/2022]

Kennebec River

5000 cfs 10 am- 1 pm
8,000 cfs Sept 10 & 24
Water Temp 70+/-

Any upcoming 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

Sept 4, 5500 cfs
Sept 17 3500 cfs

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.