Camping is Part of the Fun While White Water Rafting in California

Spending time in the outdoors on a California river rafting trip with Adventure Connection is a great way to get back in touch with nature. But, for some people, a one day trip is just not long enough. If you want to spend more time in the wilderness, to explore, fish and enjoy the wildlife, sign up for a two day trip on the American River.

On these longer rafting trips, you have the opportunity to camp at the Adventure Connection campground. This private campground allows you to enjoy the outdoors and sleep out under the stars, if you wish. At the same time, you have access to hot showers and flush toilets. If you don’t feel like completely roughing it, you don’t have to.

Camping with Adventure Connection during a multi-day trip is the perfect opportunity to enjoy being outdoors. The campground is along the river, so you will get to fall asleep and wake up to the sound of rushing water. You also get to enjoy evenings around the fire and excellent meals prepared by your river guides.

Enjoy your trip on the American River — and be sure to book a multi-day trip, so that you can stay in the Adventure Connection campground.

Raft the American River with Adventure Connection

 

A river rafting trip in Coloma, California is just what you need to experience California at its best. Raft the American River with Adventure Connection and ride its challenging rapids with our expert whitewater rafting guides. Don’t delay! Reserve your California whitewater rafting trip today.

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