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7 Ways to Play on the Water in Oregon

1859 Oregon's Magazine June, 2022

​Enjoy a 3-4 day Rogue River trip with ROW Adventures, as the perfect Oregon summer getaway! The Rogue River lodge-to-lodge trips allow families to reach areas otherwise inaccessible. Days are spent enjoying rafting, hiking, swimming, rock jumping, and reconnecting with family and friends. ​

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Scenic and Thrilling Whitewater Rafting Trips for Families

Frommer's May, 2022

ROW Adventures Family Magic Rafting Trip tops the list for scenic and thrilling whitewater rafting trips for families.

6 of the Most Luxurious Campgrounds in the Northwest

Travel Pulse April, 2021

"While the custom log cabins and canvas glamping tents at River Dance Lodge don’t have TVs or WiFi, you won’t miss either. That’s because the accommodations at Idaho’s “outdoor adventure resort” are handcrafted with the finest natural materials that blend seamlessly into their natural setting. They feature well-equipped kitchens, and the larger log cabins have gas fireplaces and hot tubs. The glamping tents have king-sized pillow-top beds, wood-burning fireplaces and clawfoot soaking tubs. Off-site activities include fly-fishing, hiking, kayaking, mountain biking and whitewater rafting in three local rivers."

 

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Rafting Rogue River Southern Oregon ROW Adventures

What A Trip November, 2020

Seasoned traveler and writer, Nancy Brown, details her trips on the Rogue River in Oregon with ROW Adventures.

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Float on: Adventure awaits during all-women’s whitewater rafting trip

Austin American Statesman October, 2020

"But the river is our focus. We slice through Green Canyon, Cougar Canyon and Blue Canyon on the Lower Salmon, hitting rapids with names like Snowhole, Checkerboard, Bodacious Bounce, Sluice Box and The Slide. Much of area we see was once inhabited by tribes including the Nez Perce. This river provided food and life for them; today it’s one of the largest rivers in the continental United States without a dam on its mainstem. It flows for 425 miles through grassy mountains and charcoal-colored cliff walls in Idaho, dropping 7,000 feet as it goes."

-Pam LeBlanc