What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $54 for a whitewater rafting adventure with a riverside lunch, valid until July 31 ($119 value)
- $59 for a whitewater rafting adventure with a riverside lunch, valid until September 30 ($119 value)
Rafting adventures on the Penobscot River range from full-day trips through Class IV rapids to half-day trips through Penobscot Gorge. All outings include a shoreline barbecue lunch.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Reservation required. Subject to availability. Limit 10 per person, may buy 10 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Trips run rain or shine and must be booked in advanced, Due to limited and often sold out capacity reservations may not be canceled or changed within 14 days of the date the trip is schedule to run. Age restrictions apply: http://www.neoc.com/white-water-rafting-in-maine/ Must sign waiver. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Maine State Access fees not included ($6). Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About New England Outdoor Center
The northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail lies at the foot of Mount Katahdin. Beneath the mountain's silhouette, moose graze along the shorelines, and eagles roam the skies above Baxter State Park's chromatic woods. Nearby, outdoorsmen and environmental enthusiast Matt Polstein has unveiled the area's natural beauty and abundant adventure opportunities for more than 30 years through the New England Outdoor Center.
During the early summer through fall, Polstein’s team leads whitewater-rafting adventures on the Penobscot River. The raucous waterway possesses a stretch that drops 70 feet per mile through a narrow, granite-walled canyon into Class V rapids with monikers such as Exterminator and Cribworks. Further excursions include trips on the Family Float trips appropriate for kids as young as age 4. Come winter, Polstein rents snowmobiles so guests can zoom across the area's powdery expanses, perhaps to catch a view of the Northern Lights.