Scheduled Trips

Here’s our schedule of open enrollment trips for the 2019 season. Don’t see what you want? Have a private group? Then Click Here to explore our Private Trip options.

Aug

31

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Three-Day Overnight

6-12 People | Friday - Sunday | Rappahannock River

Enjoy solitude on a three-day trip including glamping riverside and leave the modern world behind. Gourmet meals, tons of options for paddling or floating—it’s a perfect trip for families and small groups.

Sep

21

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Two-Day Overnight

12 People | Saturday - Sunday | Shenandoah River

If you’re looking for the quietest section of the Shenandoah River,
then you’ve just found it. The riverbanks through this ENTIRE section of river are privately owned, nearly undeveloped, and full of serene pools and wildlife like eagles, otter, heron and osprey.

Sep

29

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Two-Day Overnight

12 People | Saturday - Sunday | Rappahannock River

Two days of paddling on this undeveloped scenic river with one night under the stars. Paddle or float in our guided raft while enjoying solitude and gourmet meals—it’s a perfect trip for families and small groups.

Oct

5

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Two-Day Overnight

6 People | Saturday - Sunday | Paw Paw Bends

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Oct

12

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Half-Day Fall Foliage Float

6 People | Saturday | Harper's Ferry | 10am

This float has it all, and in the fall, it’s a unique foliage viewing opportunity. Come see our fall colors while floating the historic Harper’s Ferry section of the Potomac and let us paddle YOU down the river.

Oct

19

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Half-Day Potomac River Float

6 People | Saturday | Potomac River | 10am

Float through the lower part of the Potomac Gorge dotted with amazing scenery, and even float under Washington, DC’s Beltway in style! We’re going to open up this opportunity ever so lightly so as not to spoil the serenity (we’re not kidding! it is surreally quiet under the Beltway) and provide an avenue for DC-area residents to scratch their river itch.