Raft California holds more unique river permits than any other whitewater rafting outfitter in California. Working for us doesn’t mean you will be stuck on the same river trip all summer long! Our guides are lucky enough to experience trips on the North Yuba, Truckee, Kaweah, East Carson and more!
Our primary location is on the South Fork American River in Lotus, CA and our private campground is one of the best places on the river! We also have an outpost located at the Truckee River RV park for our Truckee River operations, and are expanding our Northern California presence with locations on the Trinity River, as well as a private property/put in location on the Lower Klamath River! No other company can offer this many amazing rivers to run and places to stay!
We are currently seeking ideal candidates for the following positions. To apply please email email@example.com, please be sure to include resume and references.
If you do not have prior river guiding experience then please sign up for our River Guide School! First year guides start guiding river trips once they are “checked off” on that run by a senior river guide or manager.
Must possess a valid Commercial Drivers License with passenger endorsement at a minimum.
Raft California is an Equal Opportunity Service Provider.
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