Rafting is a workout that surrounds you with nature, like chopping down a tree or escaping from a coffin. Look alive with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $59 for a three-hour raft rental for two to six people (a $120 value)
- $75 for a five-hour raft rental for two to six people (a $150 value)
Up to six guests may embark on an unguided rafting trip with their rental raft. The three-hour route begins at the Powers Island Park river-access point and follows a 3-mile stretch of peaceful water along the Chattahoochee River, ending at the Paces Mill Park river-access point. The five-hour option begins at the Johnsons Ferry river-access point and covers a 6-mile section that also ends at Paces Mill Park. Urban Currents provides a raft, paddles, life jackets, and a shuttle to the entrance point. Check the website for more information about what to bring and other details.
Customers who purchase the three-hour rental should meet at 5820 Interstate North Parkway, and customers who purchase the five-hour rental should meet at 4922 Columns Dr. SE.
Headquartered amid a 6-mile stretch of the Chattahoochee River, Urban Currents equips its guests with 46-inch inner tubes designed for leisurely drifts down the softly flowing stream, though that's not to say they have no sense of adventure. Throughout the week, Urban Currents offers SUP board river trips, rafting trips, and sit-on-top kayaking trips.
“Had a wonderful trip kayaking down the Chattahoochee River - looking forward to going out with them again :-) ”
“We had a great for a great price. Going during the weekday is better than going during the weekend. We enjoy ourself and had a great time.”
“I bought this for a gift for my husband and he took our daughter. They had a wonderful time and spent quality time bonding. The staff was great and very helpful. I...”
“I bought this for a gift for my husband and he took our daughter. They had a wonderful time and spent quality time bonding. The staff was great and very helpful. I would recommend this excursion to anyone that enjoys the great outdoors.”