Shenandoah Rafting Trips
The Ultimate Rafting Adventures
Full-day rafting trips are great for the avid paddler or those that want to spend the entire day covering many miles with little relaxation floating time. Full day rafting trips are generally best in the Spring and early Summer when river levels are running higher and stronger than normal.
Please keep in mind when selecting your trip, that rafts paddle slower than all other watercraft. The full day rafting trips can be strenuous for families with small children or large youth groups. Rafts are the watercraft of choice during periods of time when the water level is above normal or high.
A FEW RAFT TRIPS MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE AT CERTAIN RIVER LEVELS. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO SELECT THE TRIP YOU PREFER, PLEASE SELECT A TRIP WITH FEWER MILES.
- Please visit the River Conditions page for trip selection guidance.
Please note that raft trips are not guided and the rates are per watercraft. You may put up to four people in a 4 person raft and up to six people in a 6 person raft. Rates do not include 5.3% Virginia sales tax.
Minimum age of four years old in rafts – no exceptions!
Shoes or sandals with a heel strap are required for all river trips. We do not allow guests to wear flip-flops.
Please check out the river conditions page prior to booking to see if there are any trip recommendations. Longer mileage raft trip may not always be available.
What’s included in your rental
- Shuttle Service
- Life Vests
- Basic Riverside Instruction
Choose your Full-Day Trip
Bentonville Landing to Front Royal Outdoors
Popular full-day trip with above normal river level. Trip 3 floats from Bentonville Landing, river mile marker 28, downstream 11.5 miles to our base at Front Royal Outdoors, river mile marker 40.
Seekford Landing to Bentonville Landing
Popular full-day trip. Trip 4 floats from Seekfords Landing, river mile marker 16, downstream 12 miles to Bentonville Landing, river mile marker 28.
State Park Trip #3
Shenandoah River State Park to Front Royal Outdoors
State Park Trip 3 floats from Shenandoah River State Park, downstream 8 miles to Front Royal Outdoors Landing, mile marker 40. NOT RECOMMENDED BELOW 2 FEET ON THE FRONT ROYAL GAUGE.
Talk To Our Adventure Experts
Whether you want to lazily float down the river in a tube or just get away for an hour or a couple of days in a canoe, kayak or raft, we can provide the expertise and knowledge to help you plan your Shenandoah getaway.