This event is cross-posted with my other group so we have more than 25 people attending so far. http://www.meetup.com/socialnetwork-1414/events/186980322/
So yeah WE'RE GOING WHITE WATER RAFTING!!!
This is gonna be a one of our best events of the year.
Drive up Friday night - hang - raft Saturday - then Hike Tumbledown Mountain on Sunday. (see separate Meetup posted). Tumbledown is 3600 feet and there is a lake at the top of the Mountain. (see Tumbledown Post)
All adult members welcome and kids over 10.
White Water Fees - $125 16 and older $75 Under 16
Cabins $50-$65 each person - double occupancy. Call them for details. Post in the comments if you're looking to share a room.
Twins, Queens and hot tubs available.
FREE hot buffet breakfast included with each night's stay - eggs, sausage, home fries, pancakes, fruit, pastries, cereal, juice and coffee.
Our Lodge has six private guest rooms and two Deluxe Units. Five guest rooms have two double beds, private bath and front deck. One room has a double bed and a set of bunks. The two spacious Deluxe Units (Moose Crossing and Bear's Den) are built for comfort and sleep 4-8 people. All of the lodge rooms have the feel of Maine's wilderness with natural wood interiors and a view of the Kennebec River. The lodge is also conveniently located adjacent to the swimming pool and outdoor hot tubs. Each unit is non-smoking and air conditioned.
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You need to call to reserve your spot on the raft and your room.
Payment in full is expected for both the room and rafting. No refunds this late in the game. This trip is rain or shine... but come on, you're gonna get wet anyway.
Kennebec River Rafting
The Kennebec River adventure begins at Harris Station Dam and immediately enters a narrow gorge, hundreds of feet deep. Our expert, professional guides work with their team to have the best run possible on each trip. Quickly picking up speed, rafts plunge through huge rolling waves and heart-pounding drops. Legendary Class III and IV rapids such as "Three Sisters" and "Magic Falls" await you at every turn for over 7 miles.
The second part of the river trip opens up for better views of the primitive wilderness and opportunities for "body surfing" in smaller rapids. Water temperatures will top out in the mid-70's in the summer making this fun for everyone. Our Kennebec trip ends where it began, right back at our base—no cold, soggy shuttle ride at Crab Apple! Walk out of your raft and into a hot shower, hot tub or our new swimming pool while your guides prepare a delicious cookout. After lunch we head to our comfortable conference room to view photos and video from your day on the Kennebec. Join us for world class whitewater on our "home river," the Mighty Kennebec!