WET River Trips is a California whitewater rafting outfitter based in the USA and was founded in 1978. An original California rafting company on American River whitewater trips, we focus on group rafting trips. Our American River trip is the most popular whitewater river out here in the West. In the far north, the Klamath and Cal Salmon are close to the California Oregon border and offer pristine beauty in a wilderness setting.
Our group rafting trips include many types of people from bachelor parties, family trips to corporate team-building. We also work with many youth groups such as the Scouts and camp programs.
Our base camp for our river trips is located at Camp Lotus in the beautiful community of the Lotus Coloma Valley, home of the Gold Rush out here in California. Visit our website at RAFTWET.com or our rafting blog for more information or go directly to our store site at RAFTWET-store.com for immediate reservations. Our toll free number is 1.888.723.8938 for reservations.
W.E.T. River Trips aka WET River Trips
is an official California State Parks concessionaire insured and permitted by USFS, BLM and other governing agencies since 1978. See you on the river!
WET River Trips
PO Box 160024 Attn: Reservations
Sacramento, CA 95816
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WET River Trips Whitewater Rafting Trips Our trips may differ slightly from the information shown in the allaboutrivers e-guidebook rafting trips section of this site. Our rafting trips are shown below. Please contact us to learn more about the trips we offer.
WET River Trips General Policies WET River Trips recommends that paddling participants be active outdoor users. Good health and attitudes will promote a fun white water rafting trip for you and your rafting group.
We recommend the following trips for novices and intermediates: