All-Outdoors California whitewater rafting
offers river rafting trips
on 10 of California's spectacular rivers. Our trips vary in difficulty from class II to class V+ and in length from 1/2 day to 3-day trips. We offer something for the whole family, starting at age 5. Our most challenging river is Cherry Creek
on the Upper Tuolumne, one of the most exciting river trips in the county for the more adventurous types. We also run trips on the South Fork, Middle Fork,
and North Fork of the American, the North Stanislaus, the Tuolumne, Merced, Kaweah
, and the Cal Salmon
. Our guides are experienced, interesting, and friendly, our food is delicious, healthy, and filling, and our equipment is top-notch. We love rafting
, playing games, camping, socializing, and getting to know you, our guests on the river. We can't wait to see you on the river!All-Outdoors Recently won two awards at the Northern California website awards, the Dotties. The website won for ease of use, navigability, information, and community building. Take a look at the website and make sure to read the wonderful river blog.
A typical one-day trip: meet in the morning, fill out paperwork, listen to a guide give a pre-river orientation, ride the bus or van to put-in, practice paddling as a group, then head down the river. About 1/2 way, lunch wil be served on a riverside location. Then you will continue down the river to take-out. On a 2 or 3 day, it's the same itinerary, except we will camp along the river. I camp we play games, relax, socialize, eat a fantastic meal that the guides prepare, and enjoy a wonderful evening in the river canyon.
Age range, type of group
Groups range in age from 5 on up. Most trips are excellent for families of all ages. We do specialty trips for bachelorette and bachelor parties, youth groups, team building, and charter trips. Additionally we have a wonderful educational program for schools, The Floating Classroom
that follows California educational standards.
Sleeping and meals
Camping is available on all of the rivers we run, and most locations have lodging avaiable for the night before or after your trip. On overnight trips, we camp on the river. All meals are prepared fresh. On overnight trips, breakfast, lunch, and, dinner is served.
No pets are allowed on the river. Campsite regulations vary depending on the area.