Klamath River Whitewater Rafting Trips

The Klamath River is California’s premier rafting destination.  Near enough to the bay area to make it an easy long weekend, the Klamath River is an oasis from the busy nature of the rest of the state and an escape into a scenic canyon full of adventure opportunities.  With big waves and plenty of action early in the summer and warm water and incredible camping later in the summer the Klamath offers a perfect destination for just about anyone.  Grab your family, friends, scout group, or just about anyone and make the journey to Happy Camp California for one or three days on one of California’s premier rivers, the Klamath River

Klamath Wild and Scenic 3-day

3 days

The Klamath river is a destination where stories are created. Stories of high adventure, seeking out big waves and challenging rapids during May and June. However, late June, July and August are all about building those family memories with the younger kids. Memories swimming in the warm water, sitting around the campfire, and paddling together through the whitewater which will be cherished for a lifetime. Learn about the Klamath River and come build your own stories with us!

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Klamath River 2-day

2 days

Looking for an incredible 2-day escape with your family or friends in Northern California. The Klamath River 2-day is a trip filled with scenery, whitewater and incredible camping. This trip is slightly harder than our 2-day on the Rogue River but not as physically taxing as our 2-day on the North Umpqua River. A perfect family escape.

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Klamath River whitewater 1-day

1 day

Escape the crowds found on many of the other Northern California and Southern Oregon Rivers by coming down to Happy Camp and finding a hidden gem. This one-day trip has everything so many of the other classics have, great whitewater, incredible scenery, refreshing swimming holes and it has all of this without the crowds that so many other 1-day trips in the area have. So come over from Cave Junction and the Oregon Caves or escape the I-5 corridor south of Ashland and head down river into the mountains. Wherever you come from you will find that coming to the Klamath River was a choice your friends and family will thank you for.

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What our guests have to say...

Reviewed by Tribeofascher on July 14, 2014

“OTT Rocks!”

It was such a blast to have a bunch of knowledgeable, talented, and up-beat people take care of all the details as we covered about 35 miles of the Lower Klamath over three days. The one-person torpedoes were in near-new condition and the rest of their gear (tents, chairs, etc.) was adequate or better. The guides were fun and easy-going, yet kept an eye-out for everyone's safety. Our tweens loved the trip and we are all planning the next ("bigger waves, Dad!") trip.