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My husband and I took our 13 year old niece. We were told it was a low river day and they suggested individual kayaks. Very nervously we agreed...we were not disappointed! Worker was extremely knowledgeable and right on about river conditions. Definitely would use this...More
Ben was a great guide and really added to the trip it was nice to sit back and let someone else drive. Rapids were very easy for kids,jumping rock is a must.
Friendly staff clean facilities all around A+
We had an excellent family excursion from ages 5 to 76. It was a perfect mix of gentle with a some good rapids to feel the thrill.
The staff and owner were all incredibly personable. They all really seem to love what they do and...More
This was not my 1st time here but it was for my Grandson. We had a blast, he is 13 & we each had our own raft.
The river is perfect for a beginner or anyone who wants to have a relaxing paddle. The staff...More
My husband organized a group of 18 family, friends, coworkers, and professional associates for a family friendly weekend of fun in the mountains of North Carolina. On Saturday we gathered at Smoky Mountain River Adventures, where T. Davis and his friendly staff took excellent care...More
Cannot say enough good about this outfitter! This is a family oriented business that encourages children to experience the river. The owners and staff are incredibly personable and most welcoming. They only want you to have the most fun you possibly can.
i kayaked at least once or twice a month using their rental service and each time is a different experience and a fun afternoon ..friendly expert guidance ..the river is moderate trip for beginner to intermediate type riders , everything you may need is provided...More
We stumbled upon this spot while searching for a place to raft with our then six year old. The Tuckaseegee is a great river for younger children and families. The rapids are mostly Class I & II which is still fun for the kids but...More
My husband and i had never kayak before and went with a friend that has so I just wanted to get a raft. The guides explained that the water was low so it wouldn't be as fun as a kayak because we would get hung...More