Southern Oregon rivers offer views of mountains, waterfalls, bald eagles, osprey, blue herons, turtles, deer and so much more! Whether you want to lethargically float and enjoy the beautiful scenery that Southern Oregon offers or you’re looking for exciting class III and IV rapids Southern Oregon has what your heart desires.
The Rogue River cuts through canyons and thick forests while simultaneously offering class II to IV rapids, with multiple access points.
The Upper Klamath River is an exciting raft trip that cuts through a steep canyon with more than 30 major class III and IV stretches of rapids containing long turbulent drops, short charges and an encounter with a class IV+ rapids named Caldera and Hells Corner. Many full day rafting trips are offered, along with many other packets.
The North Umpqua’s sparkling water makes its way through densely forested, steep-walled canyons. This waterway cuts through Oregon’s southern Cascade Mountains, between Crater Lake and Roseburg, and is known as one of the top white water rafting rivers in the U.S.