Tackle the Snake River by raft on this 4-hour adventure from Jackson, including a delicious Dutch-oven lunch. Raft down about eight miles (13 km) of the river, and take a break halfway to rest on Mad River’s riverside camp. Fuel up on a lunch of comfort food, such as chili, cornbread, and cobbler. Then hit rapids ranging from Class I to Class III.
4-hour rafting adventure on Snake River, including lunch
Raft over eight miles (13 km), and go down about eight sets of rapids
Catch a glimpse of river otters, osprey, and bald eagles in their natural habitat
Enjoy a Dutch-oven lunch, including chili, cornbread, and cobbler
Veterinarian meal options are available upon request
Conveniently located just two miles south of the Jackson Town Square on Broadway
May 21-June 17 and August 13-September 9, at 11:30am
What To Expect
Your 4-hour rafting adventure on Snake River starts at West Table Boat Ramp, which is on Highway 89 — just two miles south of the Jackson Town Square on Broadway. If you chose to take advantage of the hotel pickup, receive a ride anywhere between 10:30am and 11am. Your tour starts at 11:30am sharp.
Get set up in an 8-man raft with six paddling and two non-paddling positions. Take off down river, and paddle toward Mad River’s riverside camp where you can take a break. Enjoy a Dutch-oven lunch here, and spend time playing outdoor games or just relaxing.
Once you get back on the water, keep your eyes out for wildlife. You might spot river otters, osprey, and bald eagles as you go. You’ll also come across some rapids. There are about eight rapids to hit on this entire 8-mile trip. Special things to see include Lunchcounter and Big Kahuna rapids, Million Dollar Fishing Hole, Gauging Straights, and Bailing Straights.
Once your guide tells you your adventure has come to an end, you either get a ride back to your Jackson hotel (if the drop-off option was selected at booking) or make your own way back.
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Please wear shoes that can get wet and will not fall off the feet. An old pair of running shoes or water shoes would be the best option. Travelers must wear footwear in the raft, so there are booties available for rent if rafters don't have the proper footwear. Sizes run from 2-15 and can be rented upon arrival for $5 per pair. Please wear synthetic clothing if possible and bring layers. Synthetics are best for the river because they dry faster than cotton. A bathing suit underneath shorts and a t-shirt will be fine for a nice, warm, summer day. Conditions can be varied. It could be a cold day on the river. (Not to worry, it will still be a lot of fun.) Wetsuits, wetsuit jackets, and fleece jackets are available for rent. Wetsuits are $10 to rent. Wetsuit jackets and fleece jackets are each $5 to rent. Splash gear is complimentary. On a cold day, a bathing suit might be appropriate to wear under the wetsuit. Bring a change of dry clothes, a towel, and a sweatshirt on the bus. It will be waiting at the end of the trip. Sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat are highly recommended.
Trip pricing includes all taxes and fees.
Gratuity not included.
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.