White Water Wilderness Retreat
This summer, take an adventure with us to The Forks, Maine and join us on the Kennebec River with Three Rivers White Water Rafting; THE HOME OF SERIOUS FUN!
This is the ultimate summer weekend retreat including rafting, yoga, bonfires, bbq’s, live music and star gazing – all in the Maine Wilderness, surrounded by nature.
Kennebec River Rafting is renowned for its breathtaking wilderness setting, exhilarating high-volume whitewater with 6 to 8 foot waves and large holes in rapids that live up to their names like Rock Garden, Big Mama, Whitewasher and the power of the infamous Magic Falls! We will stop along our journey down river to explore some of the streams, waterfalls and swimming holes the gorge has to offer so time on the river is a mixture of relaxation and getting your adrenaline pumping in the white water!
All Kennebec River Rafting Trips include a snack and drink on the river and a complete homemade meal back at camp sure to cure any paddler’s appetite. Dinner is followed by a slideshow and video presentation of your day on the river at Boatman’s Bar & Grill.
All meals will be served onsite at Boatman’s Bar & Grill. Each day enjoy a hearty hot breakfast and full Dinner menu. Enjoy indoor & outdoor dining with nightly bonfires and live music outside under the stars all summer long. If you have never experienced a Three Rivers bonfire, you are missing out! They certainly know how to build a mighty bonfire to keep us warm in the deep woods of Maine on these summer nights.
2 nights/2 days at Three Rivers, The Forks Maine
2 Dinners, 2 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch
3 Yoga classes
1 Full Day of White Water Rafting
Wetsuit and entrance fees
Evening Bonfires & Stargazing
Cabin or Camping accommodations
Alcoholic beverages, snacks, lunch on Sunday
Campers: Linens, sleeping bag, bath towel, beach towel.
What to Pack
The following is a suggested list of items that you can choose bring to be better prepared for your whitewater rafting adventure with Three Rivers! A full packing list will be sent via email along with your welcome packet before arrival.
- Bathing Suit
- Polypropylene Clothing
- Fleece Jacket
- Rain Coat and/or Rain Pants
- Water Shoes
- Sandals with ankle strap
- Old Sneakers
- A Pair of Old Sunglasses
- A Sense of Adventure!
- Sunblock & Bug Spray
- Hat & Sunglasses
- Yoga Mat
- Waterproof Camera
- Beach Towel
- Personal Toiletries
- Flash Light and/or Head Lamp
- Camp Chair
- Sleeping Bag if tent camping
- Pillow and Pad if tent camping
Itinerary and pricing
Day 1 (Friday)
- Check in anytime after 3:00 pm
- Welcome circle and Yoga class
- Group Dinner & Bonfire
Day 2 (Saturday)
- Early Rise & Shine with your choice of continental or hot Breakfast
- Full day of Rafting
- Yoga s t r e t c h
- BBQ & Bonfire
- Enjoy your night Stargazing and/or Dancing to the live band
Day 3 (Sunday)
- Rise & Shine Yoga Class
- Your choice of continental or hot Breakfast
- Chill out and enjoy your morning, head home at your leisure
Yoga classes will take place on Friday evening, Saturday night and Sunday morning outdoors on the grounds nearby our cabin surrounded by nature and the peaceful sound of the river nearby. Expect a restorative class on Saturday after a day on the river… your body will thank you. Please bring your own mat or feel free to use the earth as your mat. Classes are for all levels.
Pay in full above using your credit card.
To pay by check or Venmo:
Register above using promo code: paybycheck at check out.
Mail check: SUP YO, PO Box 273, N. Andover MA 01845
or VENMO @supyo_boston
Shared Cabin $450 per person
Camping onsite $349 per person
Up to June 1, 10% fee to cancel
June 2-start of event = no refunds
Enjoy bunking up in shared log cabin accommodations or camp along the river. Bedrooms and baths are all shared. Linens and towels are provided for you.
Cabins are situated directly on the banks of the Kennebec River. Cabins include heat, A/C, comfortable beds, a full shared bathroom, living room & a porch overlooking the river, daily housekeeping, all linens for bedding, and bath towels. Just bring yourself!
Anyone interested in camping in tents are free to set up camp down by the river. Campers are welcome to use the cabin facilities or the nearby bath house.