Whitewater Rafting

Whitewater rafting is thrilling, enjoyable, memorable, and entirely worth every second spent doing it. Rafting is a way to unplug and spend quality time with loved ones It is a great way to get kids–and yourself, outside. Whether you come from Atlanta for just a day, or spend a weekend in Bryson City, there are options as short as 3-hours or a full-day of whitewater rafting. If you are looking for a way to enjoy yourself, plan a trip and hit the river. It is certainly something you will not soon forget.

Choose from 3 of the Best Rivers in the Southeast


Class II-III​

Our most popular offering. Enjoyed by canoeists, kayakers, fly fishermen and rafters alike, the Nantahala River is one of the most popular rivers in the U.S.! You will enjoy eight miles of Class II-III whitewater. With its crystal clear, Class II-III water, the Nantahala is the perfect river to enjoy with family and friends. We offer trips year-round, seven days a week.

Ocoee Rafting

Class III-IV

Located just over the North Carolina/Tennessee border is the world-famous Ocoee River. The Ocoee offers two exciting sections of Class III-IV whitewater, making it one of the most popular river runs in the southeast. It is also accessible from almost any point in the southeast for a day trip! The Ocoee is a dam-controlled river with scheduled release dates from March – October.

Cheoah Rafting

Class IV+

​Extremely continuous and physically demanding, the Cheoah is the perfect choice for those looking to take the whitewater experience to that next level. Our trip includes twelve miles of Class IV+ whitewater, a riverside lunch and scenic hike up Yellow Creek. With very limited release dates throughout the season, check for release dates that will work for you.

Included in the cost of your trip

Friendly Professionals

A smile when you walk in the door from all of our river professionals. We love sharing our passion for whitewater with you.

All Equipment

All the equipment you will need for your raft trip, including complimentary wetsuits and paddle jackets.


Transportation from our outpost to the put-in and takeout. Once you arrive at our outpost, we take care of all the logistics so that you can just have fun on the river.

Check our Plan Your Trip page for a link to waivers, directions to the river, and a trip prep checklist.

Make Your Reservation

We offer rafting year round. Contact us 828-488-6199 or via email at info@endlessriveradventures.com with any questions you might have. We can help you choose the river and type of trip that is best for you. While we do recommend advance reservations, we also welcome walk-ins.

Whitewater rafting goes rain or shine! And if there is rain in the forecast, there is no better outdoor activity to enjoy than whitewater rafting. Ready to book? Call us at 828-488-6199 or book your trip specifics today.

Group organizers:
We allow individual payments within a group reservation so that one person is not responsible for the entire payment. Group rates and custom day itineraries are available. If you are the planner for a large group, please call us for assistance with the logistics of your trip planning. 

Payment Policy:
Reservations are recommended to insure trip time and availability. We request full payment at the time of your reservation. Please be prepared to pay by check, Visa, MC, Discover or American Express. All groups of 12 or more will receive a group rate. In order to receive group rates, reservations must be paid in full two weeks in advance.

Cancellation Policies:
Nantahala Rafting: You may cancel your reservation up to 7 days before the trip for a 100% refund. Within 7 days, there is no refund.

Ocoee/Cheoah Rafting: You may cancel your reservation up to 14 days before the trip for a 100% refund. Within 14 days, there is not refund.

What about the weather?
Our trips go rain or shine. Advanced weather predictions are rarely predictive of actual day-of weather. And if it looks like it might be a rainy day, we have complimentary wetsuits and splash jackets to ensure you have fun on the river.