New England Rafting - Whitewater Rafting
Adirondac Rafting Company
This Lake Placid, New York, rafting outfitter offers rafting trips on a number of New York rivers for those of all ability levels. Navigate the 17-mile Hudson River Gorge in the Adirondacks with one of their guides for an adventure you'll remember for a lifetime.
Hudson River Rafting Company
Hudson River Rafting Company actually offers rafting excursions on four New York State rivers: the Hudson, Black, Moose and Sacandaga.
New England Outdoor Center
From spring through fall, New England Outdoor Center leads rafting trips along Maine's Kennebec, Penobscot and Dead Rivers, where you'll find both spectacular scenery and blood-pumping thrills.
North American Outdoor Adventure
This Maine-based adventure company partners with Moxie Outdoor Adventures to offer rafting day trips and mini vacations that include whitewater gear, guides, meals and overnight accommodations. Try rafting in Connecticut at Bulls Bridge, a Deerfield River excursion in Massachusetts or an adventure on Maine's Kennebec, Canada Falls or Dead Rivers.
You'll find New England rafting at its finest when you head to Maine for a whitewater adventure with Northern Outdoors. Whether you're new to the sport or a veteran, Maine's Kennebec, Penobscot and Dead Rivers provide challenges and excitement for rafters.
Three Rivers Whitewater
New England rafting excitement on one of Maine's three famous rafting rivers--the Kennebec, the Penobscot or the Dead--awaits when you book a rafting vacation with Three Rivers Whitewater. For a real adrenaline rush, book their Jump and Raft skydiving and rafting adventure.
Windfall Rafting is an adventure resort located in Jackman, Maine. They offer whitewater rafting for all skill levels on the Kennebec or Dead Rivers and many lodging choices, from tent sites to lakefront cabins to bed & breakfast accommodations.
Based in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, Zoar Outdoor offers family, intermediate and advanced level whitewater rafting trips on rivers in Massachusetts and Vermont.