White Water Rafting in Tennessee
Tennessee white water rafting can be found on the Middle and Upper Ocoee Rivers. The Ocoee River is located one hour north of Atlanta, Georgia and is one of the most popular rivers east of the Mississippi. The Ocoee River is a dam controlled river with scheduled releases from March to November. Divided into two runs, the Upper Ocoee River’s “Olympic Run” (Class IV+) offers white water rafting thrills for more advanced rafters while the Middle Section (Class III-IV) is ideal for beginner to intermediate rafters.
Ocoee River Rafting Full River Trip
If you want a fun-filled, action-packed day, we offer the Full River Trip. We start with a trip down the Upper Ocoee River 5 additional miles of cascading Class III & IV rapids and pristine whitewater wilderness. The Upper Ocoee River is the site of the 1996 Olympic Whitewater competition, and is still taken on by many paddlers today. We challenge you to take on the infamous Godzilla, Humongous, and Slam Dunk. Your Full River Trip includes a riverside picnic lunch served at the end of the Upper section. Picnic lunch includes sandwiches, seasonal foods, chips, cookies, fruit, sweet tea and lemonade. Just when you thought you’ve experienced it all, we’ll shoot down the middle Ocoee and take on over 20 more class III & IV rapids including Double Suck, Flipper, Diamond Splitter and Hell’s Hole. This combo trip takes about 5 hours to complete.. The Upper Ocoee combined with the Middle Ocoee River offers the finest full day of continuous Class III and IV whitewater action in the Southeast. Whether you decide to take a trip down the Middle Ocoee, the Upper Ocoee, or both, we want you to have a great whitewater experience. Ocoee River rafting is a fun-filled, action-packed adventure that’s sure to captivate you from start to finish.
Ocoee River Rafting Middle Trip
Are you ready to have some fun on America’s most famous stretch of continuous Class III & IV whitewater rapids? The Middle Ocoee River is a 5-mile stretch of whitewater that takes you through rapids such as Grumpy’s, Broken Nose, Diamond Splitter, and Table Saw. You may even decide you want to ride the Bull through Double Trouble. The Middle Ocoee River provides 1.5 hours (on average) of whitewater rafting. We hope you’ll join us this year to experience Ocoee River rafting, a whitewater adventure you won’t forget.