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Tennessee Whitewater Rafting

tennessee whitewater rafting

Whitewater Rafting

Tennessee is a whitewater playground featuring nature at its finest. Feast your eyes on gorgeous mountain scenery and feel the sun warm your skin while you experience splashes from the rapids. As the stress of everyday life fades while you float down the river, you will find it replaced by adrenaline as you negotiate an exhilirating rapid. The Big Pigeon River offers twelve class III and three class IV whitewater thrilling rapids. No experience is necessary as children from age 8 (70 lbs. minimum) to 98 climb aboard these rafting adventures. Whitewater rafting is also available to children 3-8 on milder rivers.

Tennessee Whitewater Paddling Routes

Ocoee Whitewater Center - Consists of a four-acre recreation area, the Ocoee Whitewater Center offers water play, picnicking, hiking, biking, a nature-oriented gift shop, environmental education programs, a 7,200 sq. ft. visitors center, year-round special events, and provides a playground for whitewater rafting and kayaking. Hosting approximately 300,000 visitors each year. Located in Ducktown.

Ocoee Adventure Center - Get off that couch and into a raft for outstanding Ocoee Rafting white water action. If you like big waves and legendary rapids, the Ocoee River serves up continuous class III and IV water. Set in the Cherokee National Forest, the Ocoee River flows through a beautiful mountain gorge, Your Ocoee Whitewater rafting trip will be like no other. Led by our highly trained and fun-loving guides to enhance the experience, we take time to stop and play on the water while other outfitters race to the end.

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