Lower Kennebec Float Trip
KENNEBEC RIVER (CLASS I-II)
– The Forks, Maine –
• 4-6 Hours
• May – October
• 8-9 Passengers
Not up for the full whitewater experience?
Join us on a flat water trip on the Kennebec River from the Forks to Wyman Lake. This trip is for people of all ages and anyone who just wants to relax, enjoy beautiful scenery and a day on the water. We will drift along leaving all worries behind. On the river you’ll enjoy a tasty snack.
The scenery along this stretch of river is breath taking.
Eagles are a common site and we often stop to explore side streams a bit especially if there are children on the trip. This trip is the ideal way to view the changing of the leaves in the fall. The contrast of blue waters and blue skies with the bright orange yellow and red leaves is as good as it gets. You can stay basically dry on this trip so it is a comfortable choice in the fall as well.
Options/Pricing (per person)
- 6 mile rafting float on the Kennebec River
- Post-trip meal
- Post-trip Video/Photo presentation of trip with option to purchase
What’s Not Included:
- River Access Fees
- Gratuity For Guides And Restaurant Staff
Where Should I stay for my Kennebec River, maine whitewater rafting trip?
Our 6 Maine Cabin Rentals are the ideal spot for those seeking adventure and comfort. You’ll feel right at home at our Forks Maine Cabin Rentals with heat or A/C, comfortable beds, a full bathroom and living room. All Log Cabins also include daily housekeeping, all linens needed for bedding, and bathroom towels.
Inn By The River
This four-season inn has 10 comfortable rooms in a country style setting for you to enjoy. The Inn by the River carries a relaxed ambiance that reflects our serene riverside setting. Centrally located in the heart of Maine’s outdoor recreation capital, the Inn offers convenient access to tubing, fishing, hiking, and more.
Kennebec Riverside Cabins
The Kennebec Riverside Cabins sit directly on the river’s edge – you can’t find cabins this close to the river anywhere else. Each cabin has a private deck, small kitchenette, outdoor grill, and firepit. These cabins provide our guests with the best views of the confluence – where the Kennebec and Dead Rivers meet.
Our bunk houses are a wooden structure with a screen door & window and four sets of bunks (sleeps up to 8). For smaller groups, we have mini bunk houses that sleep 3-4 people in platform beds. Each bunk house also has a picnic table and a fire ring.