Choose Between Two Options
- $28 for a three-hour whitewater-rafting trip for one on the Ocoee River ($47.50 value)
- $55 for a three-hour whitewater-rafting trip for two on the Ocoee River ($95 value)
The site of the 1996 Olympic whitewater events, the Ocoee River in Tennessee offers numerous challenges for three-hour whitewater rafting trips. Along the way, navigate through class III and IV rapids and spy native wildlife amidst the sheer cliffs surrounding the river.
Trips are offered Thursday through Monday, and rafters must be 12 years or older.
As former designers of water courses at the 1996 Summer Olympics, Whitewater Express opens up the wonders of Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina to youth groups, coworkers venturing out on corporate outings, and outdoorsy vacationers with a wealth of activities and exploration opportunities at four different camps. Visitors hike and bike through the fresh, pine-scented air of the Great Smoky Mountains at the Ocoee location, which features 225-plus acres of unspoiled wilderness—or raft past downtown Columbus on a Chattahoochee River trip. Guests can survey the scenery as guides pilot whitewater rafts and kayaks down the scenic Ocoee and Nantahala Rivers; relax in rustic log cabins; or play paintball on a woodsy outdoor course.