Oregon River Experiences

16860 65th Ave, Lake Oswego, OR 97035, USA

503.563.1500

08:00-18:00 Weekdays 08:00-17:00 weekends

We provide authentic whitewater rafting trips on 10 different rivers with experienced guides providing you safety while experiencing fun at all new levels! Getting wet and splashing through wild & Scenic River spaces is what we do. And for full and Multiday trips we serve you fresh, delicious cuisine right on the side of these rivers, all prepared by the guides that got you there. Camp under the stars, fish, hike, explore our scenic rivers along the way. Participate as much or little as you want. Help cook, set up your tent, row your own Cataraft or Inflatable Kayak. We even have SUP boards to bring for the hearty adventurer.

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Check out the Happy Hour trips that are coordinated with Lompoc Brewing!

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