Maine White Water Rafting

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Raft Maine Association of Maine White Water Rafting Outfitters

Raft Maine is an association of four professional Maine Whitewater Rafting outfitters dedicated to providing the highest quality experience following safety standards set by the State of Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.

Maine White water Rafting

Member outfitters provide Maine white water rafting trips and outdoor adventures on the Upper Kennebec River, West Branch of the Penobscot River and lower Dead River from Grand Falls to The Forks.

Maine White Water Rafting is for anyone who enjoys the outdoors. You don’t need be a fitness fanatic or an Olympic athlete. People of all ages from 8-80 with no previous experience raft Maine’s rivers.

Many visitors have likened Maine’s rafting experience to the ultimate, natural theme park ride. Along with Maine white water rafting, you can enjoy a variety of outdoor adventures including easy float trips, inflatable kayak trips, whitewater and lake kayaking, canoe trips, biking, hiking, rock climbing, fishing, moose and wildlife safaris, ATV tours, paintball, float plane trips and even skydiving.

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Maine White Water Rafting Rivers

Raft the Kennebec, Dead and Penobscot Rivers

Kennebec River Rafting
Penobscot River Rafting
Dead River Rafting

Kennebec River Rafting

The 12 mile Kennebec trip begins at Harris Station on Indian Pond and flows through the Kennebec Gorge ending at The Forks, the confluence of the Dead and Kennebec Rivers. Class II-V Rapids.

Penobscot River Rafting

The first 2 miles descend from McKay Station through Ripogenus Gorge. The last 12 miles of rapids end at the take out near Pockwockamus Falls. Class III-V Rapids.

Dead River Rafting

The Dead river offers the longest stretch of continuous whitewater in the East. The 16 mile trip begins at Grand Falls and runs through Class IV and V whitewater ending at The Forks.

River Rapids Classifications

  • Class I — Easy, no obstacles, small ripples, slow current

  • Class II — Moderate, occasional obstacles, medium current with waves

  • Class III — Difficult, longer rapids with strong, irregular currents

  • Class IV — Very Difficult, steeper, longer with numerous obstacles

  • Class V — Extremely Difficult, has large vertical drops, strong hydraulics, very swift, irregular currents in heavily obstructed channels

  • Class VI — Nearly Impossible and Very Dangerous. For teams of experts only, after close study and with all precautions taken.

Maine White Water Rafting