Rogue River Whitewater Rafting Trips

The Rogue River in Southern Oregon is one of America’s top whitewater rafting and kayaking destinations for good reason. Rafting trips on the Rogue River range from 4 hours to 4 days and all of our multi-day trips stay overnight at spectacular riverside lodges. On the shorter side of trips we offer our beginner day trip on the Rogue River day rafting section with kayaks or rafts. If you need a little more excitement our 4 hour class IV Nugget Falls trip runs the two largest rapids commercially rafted on the river. You can also try the newest river sport to Oregon and the Rogue River, river boarding. If you are just looking for a romantic evening on the river check out our Rogue River dinner wine sample trip.

If you have a little more time join us for the trip this is river is known around the world for, the three or four day wild and scenic Rogue River canyon. This is one of America’s original Wild and Scenic protected rivers and the scenery and wildlife viewed here is second to none. Finally, just looking to try out inflatable kayaking but don’t want to commit to the Wild and Scenic section just yet? No problem, our two-day Rogue River intro to inflatable kayaking trip  is exactly what you are looking for.

For you non-whitewater folks we have our very popular 4-day lodge to lodge Rogue River trail hiking trips and our 3-day lodge to lodge Rogue River trail running trips. On both excursions stay at lodges in the evenings and the rafts carry all of your gear during the day.

Rogue Wild and Scenic

3 or 4 days

Spend 3 or 4 days paddling the Rogue River on OTT’s original and one of the countries most popular, whitewater rafting trips. Nestled away in southern Oregon, this rafting vacation has everything you need for the ideal family adventure: warm water, great weather, fun rapids, surfing, re-running, and luxurious wilderness lodges.

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Rogue Wild and Scenic Camping

4 days

Spend four days and three nights rafting and camping in the world famous Wild and Scenic Rogue River canyon. This trip is ideal for families looking to get in some great rafting but also want to hike, swim, explore and sleep under the stars (or in a tent). We run two lodge to lodge trips a week in the Rogue River canyon and we very rarely run a camping trip so this is a very special treat. Be one of the very few who has run a Rogue River camping trip with OTT.

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Rogue Nugget Falls

1/2 day

If you need a few hours of adrenaline pumping white water rafting fun on the Rogue River this is your trip. Get ready to crash through big holes at Nugget Falls, surf the raft at Lineman's, and cascade over Powerhouse Falls to end the day. This trip is only offered in paddle rafts exclusively and is generally reserved for people 8 years old and up.

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Rogue Hellgate Tour

1/2 or 1 day

Our most kid-friendly whitewater rafting trip, the Rogue River 1-day trip, located just outside of Grants Pass, is southern Oregon's most popular 1-day river rafting trip. Perfect for the kids 4 and up with plenty of class II rapids and opportunities to swim and splash. This Rogue River raft trip includes a riverside lunch, plenty of swimming, and beautiful scenery.

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Rogue Intro to Kayaking

2 days

Over two days on the famous Rogue River you will learn to master an inflatable kayak under the tutelage of an experienced OTT guide. The single night is spent at the spectacular Morrison's Riverside Lodge. This trip is ideal for anyone just looking to get their feet wet and learn how to paddle before committing to one of our longer trips.

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Rogue Sunset Tour

1/2 day

Enjoy a leisurely ride in the raft with your special someone as the sun sets over the Rogue River canyon after the rafting crowds have faded away for the day. Experience Hellgate Canyon all to yourself with a relaxing wine and cheese sampling on a riverside beach mid trip. Conclude the evening on the river with a gourmet dinner for two.

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Rogue Stand Up Paddling

1/2 day

Explore a scenic enclave of the Rogue River just minutes from downtown Medford. This area was previously un-floatable due to Gold Ray Dam, but with the Dam gone the river is opened up and creates a scenic paddle right at the base of the table rock mountains.

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What our guests have to say...

Rogue Wild and Scenic Trip

Reviewed by NMStar on August 11, 2014

“Great Experience, Friendly Crew!”

We had a great time .. the river was perfect for kids. crew was awesome and kept is engaged and funfilled the whole trip. Kids say that it was one of the best vacation they had.