Chattooga River Rafting Trips

The Chattooga River forms the border of western South Carolina and northeast Georgia. Used as the location for the film Deliverance, the Chattooga River's spectacular scenery and exciting whitewater make this one of the most popular trips in the Southeast.

In 1974, the U.S. government designated the Chattooga as a National Wild and Scenic River, thereby giving it federal protection from development. Because of that protection, wildlife thrives along the river corridor. When rafting the Chattooga, you may see songbirds, migratory birds, eagles, kingfishers and so much more.

Aside from its spectacular beauty, the Chattooga is also known for its technical rapids. There are two sections of the Chattooga, making the river accessible to novices and experts, alike.

Section III is ideally suited for beginner to intermediate rafters. There is plenty of time for swimming, sunning, relaxing and buffet lunch on the river during this full day trip.

Section IV of the Chattooga River offers 7 miles of some of the most exciting whitewater rafting in the southeast. Part of the Chattooga River has been designated a Wild & Scenic River giving you the experience of heart-pounding Class III-V rapids in a naturally beautiful setting.

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