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Ouzel Outfitters
Box 817
Bend, Oregon 97709

Whitewater Rafting on the North Umpqua River

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North Umpqua River Rafting Trip - 2 Days


  • Challenging rapids.
  • Rugged, scenic canyon.
  • Near Crater Lake
  • Best in June & early July

Adults: $379.00
Youth: $349.00 (12 and Under)
Price Includes:
All camping gear, meals from lunch on first day through lunch on the last, wetsuits, paddle jackets and pants on cooler days.

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Trips run Thursday-Friday and Saturday-Sunday. Other dates may be available upon request - please call.

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Whitewater Rafting on the North Umpqua River

Whitewater Rafting on the North Umpqua River

A North Umpqua River rafting trip is the perfect addition to an itinerary which includes Crater Lake National Park. The North Umpqua River is well off the beaten track and provides an inspirational experience for those who love the outdoors. Our 2-day trip explores 25 to 30 exciting miles over the course of two days between Boulder Flat Campground and Susan Creek Campground. Dozens of rapids provide plenty of excitement and the scenery is "post-card" perfect. All trips meet at the Gravel Bin Boat Ramp near the Steamboat Inn on Hwy 138 (40 miles east of Roseburg). After the first day of rafting, we will drive to a pre-selected campsite close by. We supply all of your camping gear and our guides will prepare delicious meals, allowing you the time to enjoy your surroundings. After a hot breakfast the next morning, we’ll finish our run on the river. Trips after July 15th involve a slightly different itinerary - please call for details.

"[The guides] were very professional but had fun as well. You could tell they love their job, which makes the trip more enjoyable for the guests. Also, you could tell they had a lot of experience with the river and how to go down the different rapids. "
Amy C. (North Umpqua River)





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