Try River Rafting on Your Next California Vacation

You probably already have a lot of plans for your California vacation. Before you finalize your itinerary with trips to the beach, Disneyland, or Pier 39, think about adding a white water rafting adventure on the American River.

River rafting in California will give you an entirely new perspective the state. The American River has some of the most beautiful scenery throughout the country. The river has an abundant, steady flow of water that goes through beautiful rocky canyons and past rolling green hills. Among the pine and oak trees that dot the banks, you will see an abundance of birds, and you may well see other wildlife long banks.

The river itself is incredibly exciting! You can take a one or two day trip down the South Fork of the American River and experience the excitement of rafting through over 50 exhilarating rapids that will get your heart pounding. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have any paddling experience – your Adventure Connection guide has been doing this for many years and will take care of you every step along the way. With just a short lesson on paddling, you’ll be ready to take on Class III rapids like a pro.

So on your vacation this year, do something adventurous. Take a white water rafting trip in California and experience the state like few others have.

 

Raft the South Fork of the American River
with Adventure Connection

 

A river rafting trip in Sacramento, California is just what you need to experience California at its best. Raft the South Fork of 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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