- Date: To be determined for 2021
- Rate: $85 per person
- Recommended Minimum Age: 5
- Whitewater: Class I-III Rapids
- Meet: Spokane, Washington
- Time: 2:00 p.m.
- Duration: Half Day Trip (3.5 hours)
- Lunch Included: No
*Please note we require a minimum of 6 guests to run a trip. If you have less than 6 in your party, you can still reserve a spot and we will work to place with another group in order to confirm your trip.
*Dates subject to change due to water levels.
Picture a lazy river, warm breezes and a total release of all your cares! This is an afternoon with ROW Adventures and the Spokane Riverkeeper on the lower Spokane. There is a peaceful five-mile section of river with gentle flows that run all summer long. Take your choice of riding in a raft, or paddling a sit-on-top kayak. We glide by willows, aspen, and alder and watch birds overhead, jump in for a swim and escape into another world in the Spokane River. This is a three-hour trip and all equipment and transportation from the ROW Adventures office in downtown Spokane will be provided.
What would a happy hour be without some snacks and beverages? We will make a short stop mid-way through the trip for some Happy Hour fun and to hear some exciting updates from the Spokane Riverkeeper about our local watershed and what you can do to help protect it for years to come!
We have a limited number of seats on this trip so book your spot today! If you can't make it, please consider sharing this opportunity with your friends, family, and colleagues. We're planning on great weather, and we can't wait to have you join us. It's going to be a blast!!
Spokane Riverkeeper is a vigilant guardian of the Spokane River and its watershed and an effective advocate for the restoration and preservation of the river's ecological health and aesthetic integrity. The organization is dedicated to protecting and restoring the health of the Spokane River watershed and its goal is for a fishable and swimmable Spokane River.
2:00 pm - to be determined for 2021
$85.00 per person
This trip meets at Glover Field at the corner of N Cedar and Water Street. On arrival look for friendly ROW guides wearing ROW shirts and/or hats.
There are about 12 parking spots at the Glover Field facility. If those are full, there is street parking on Water Street to the west, or to the south on Main Street. There is also paid off-street parking at 1193 W Main Ave. Plan to arrive 10-15 minutes early so you have time to park and walk to meet us.