Thanks to dam releases on the Deerfield River you are able to whitewater raft in Massachusetts May – October. The Deerfield River runs through the foothills of the Berkshires Mountains along the historic Mohawk Trail. The river is known for it’s excellent trout fishing and outstanding whitewater rafting. Rafting and funyaking trips vary from mild to wild. The scenery is breath taking and the Deerfield River is clean and clear. From first time families to whitewater fanatics the Deerfield River offers a whitewater rafting trip for all.
Deerfield River – Zoar/Fife Brook Section guided
Fun Class I-III guided whitewater rafting trip, Min. Age 8
10 miles, 4 – 5 hours on river, picnic lunch. Check-in time 10:00am Main Lodge, Berkshire East.
Deerfield River – Dryway Monroe Bridge Section
Aggressive Class III-IV guidedwhitewater rafting trip, Min. Age 15
2.5 – 3 hours on river, check-in time 8:30 / 9:30 weekdays Lunch steak and chicken barbecue
Deerfield River Kayaks self guided
Fun easy class I-splashes of class II whitewater, min. Age 5 for double, 10 for single 8 miles, 3 hours on river, riverside snack. Check-in time 3:00
Deerfield River Float Trip Guided Rafting Trip
Fun easy self guided or guide raft trip with class I and splashes of class II , Min. Age 5
5 miles, 3 hours on river, riverside snack, check-in time 3:30pm
All Deerfield River rafting trips are run by Berkshire Whitewater located at Berkshire East, Charlemont MA.
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