There's Kennebec River rafting (daily from May - October,) and then there's KENNEBEC RIVER TURBINE TESTS: Maine's Biggest White Water At 8000 cubic feet per second water flows Turbine Tests are nearly double Kennebec River's normal whitewater rafting release volume. There are only 4 chances to get in on Maine's biggest white...

We had a group of 7 join you this past weekend. All first timers and we tackled the rapid release! Amazing experience. Beautiful Cabin, Great Guides and the experience of being on the river was unforgettable! Thank you all so much for giving us such a fun weekend. We will...

The entire trip was a great time. From the camping which started out with a good soaking from mother nature to a nice baking from the nice warm sun. Our trip on the Kennebec River was a fantastic experience especially because they let out a ton of water and the...

There are ONLY 4 special Turbine Test releases a year – with 8000 CFS (cubic feet per second) of water flowing down river. That’s almost twice the normal water levels of Kennebec rafting trips of 4800CFS! This means BIG water – the biggest water in the Northeast, and the east...

We had such a great trip this weekend. Everything was perfect and our guides were amazing on both the 5,000cfs and 8,000cfs runs of the Kennebec (Kim and James respectively). We knew the rafting was going to be fun because we had done it before, but you guys really stood...

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