WHITE WATER RAFTING MAINE

We’ve been guiding whitewater rafting trips at Northern Outdoors in The Forks, Maine for over 40 years, but somehow Maine’s three rivers — the Kennebec River, the Dead River and the Penobscot River — are more fun every season! It must be you guys. Read your whitewater rafting trip reports, get some Maine travel tips, and meet our Registered Maine Whitewater Guides below. Post your rafting photos and other Maine adventures on Instagram with #NorthernOutdoors to be featured in our taproom.

When Christine isn't shooting video of your rafting trip or guiding you through the class Vs, she's right back out there again surfing at Big A! Christine, an avid kayaker out of Virginia, has been guiding rafts with Northern Outdoors since 2015. ...

Why does John, a Brunswick, Maine native, stick around The Forks year round? Because he's always in search of the next best fishing spot! Read more about the rivers and trails that whitewater rafting guide John loves...

Adventuring to Maine in autumn is a no brainer: with 90% forest cover, Maine's fall foliage is INCREDIBLE! But, what's the best way to see it all? Whitewater rafting, ATVing, and more make our top 5 list of the BEST things to do in Maine in the fall!...

Half price rafting for kids Monday through Friday, mid-week value rates on a private cabin or riverside camp site, adventure resort with a pool and hot tub, and outdoor adventure activities that kids AND adults will love...

Baxter State Park and Mount Katahdin, the Penobscot River, the infamous Golden Road, and the historic Boom House on Ambajejus Lake are all steps away from these private cabins situated between two lakes. Welcome to Northern Outdoors' partners for indoor accommodations in the Millinocket region....

The dates are out. Maine Whitewater Guide Training with Northern Outdoors begins May 19 for our 2019 class, and we’re looking to fill just a few coveted full and part time spots for Summer 2019 and beyond. Why apply, you ask? Well let me tell you a little something about...

It’s the final weekend of rafting season, the last chance to fly through 16 miles of continuous whitewater on the Dead River. The river will be running at 6000 cubic feet per second. The guides’ excitement is palpable — they only get to run the Dead 8 times each rafting...