Outdoor Adventure Experiences

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Swimming Hole Trips

We can take your group, family, or individuals to some of the coolest swimming holes in the Shenandoah Valley. PFD's are required any time the water is too deep to stand and for all non-swimmers, but that's cool because PFD's just make swimming easier!

Wild Cave Exploration &
Water Cave Exploration

Head underground to explore the limestone caves of the Shenandoah Valley! Be prepared to learn, have some fun, stay dry, get wet, or get muddy!

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Bring your friends & enjoy a calm day on the river! Lean back & just relax in your own fabric covered tube or hop on our supersized tractor tire tube for some fun group games!

Stand Up
Paddleboarding

Looking for a fun new approach to exploring the Shenandoah Valley's rivers? Stand Up Paddleboarding is an exciting & safe way to revamp your water sports experience!

Do you prefer the solo approach to your river experiences? Learn to guide your own kayak and navigate the rivers of the Shenandoah Valley on your guide led kayaking trip!

Looking for an active way to bring your class, group, employees, team, or family closer together? Check out our group building options for all sized groups!

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Bring the whole family along for a fun and laid back float down the river. Great for those of any physical ability, and families with young children!

Tired of fishing from the bank? Try your hand at fishing in the hard to reach and less traveled parts of the Shenandoah Valley rivers!

Join us for some beautiful day or multiday hiking trips all over the Shenandoah Valley and to some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the area.



If floating down the river and learning about the rich history of the South Fork of the Shenandoah River sounds interesting to you, then schedule a river history trip with us! We will focus primarily on the 1800's when the river was used to ship goods North to Harper's Ferry, WV. Hear great stories of the brave & colorful captains and men that floated fleets of long narrow boats filled with thousands of pounds of cargo down the river in all kinds of conditions each year!