Camping is Part of the Fun of a California River Rafting Trip

Many of the California white water rafting trips offered by Adventure Connection are multi-day trips that feature camping. If you’re not one for “roughing it,” you may not be looking forward to the camping part of a river rafting trip. That’s okay! There are also many trips that are half a day or one day long, and allow you to enjoy a day of exciting paddling on the wild river, and then go home that same night.

If you are up for the adventure, consider taking a longer trip and stay in the campground. Camping with Adventure Connection is not a wilderness experience. The Adventure Connection campground is comfortable place to stay. There are even hot showers available.  That way, you can clean up and get warm after a day on the river. Flush toilets are also available, so that you will have the most important of modern conveniences. You can sleep in a tent, although many people choose to sleep out under the stars at night. Your river rafting guides are superb cooks that will provide you with an excellent evening meal and entertainment.

So don’t let the idea of camping throw you off from a river rafting adventure. Either choose a one-day trip, or give camping a try on a two-day white water rafting vacation. No matter which way you go, you’ll have a great time on your Adventure Connection whitewater rafting trip.


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