Water Rafting/Tubing- Connecticut

 

 

 

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    Farmington River Tubing
    92 Main St.,New Hartford CT 06057. Phone: 860-693-6465.

    Awesome excitement! Farmington River Tubing will put you and your friends in our specially designed river tubes for a 2.5 mile ride down the wild and scenic Farmington River. Traveling over three sets of rapids, you'll exper

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    ience a thrill as you splash through the white water. Please call on the day you plan to come tubing for current river conditions and times of operations. Days and Hours of operation may change due to weather or river conditions.

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    Clarke Outdoors
    163 Route 7, West Cornwall, CT 06796. Phone: 860-672-6365.

    Paddle a ten mile section of the beautiful Housatonic River in Northwestern Connecticut. This section is a mixture of moving flatwater and easy whitewater and is suitable for novice paddlers. The famous Covered Bridge in West Cornwall marks the halfway point and lunch is available at several places there. You may also bring a picnic lunch (no glass bottles please!), and stop at one of the many scenic spots along the river.West Cornwall shop sells canoes, kayaks and gear, plus they rent canoes, kayaks, and rafts on the Housatonic River. Canoe, Kayak, Raft rentals. They also have rentals at 3 state parks in CT during the summer season.

    North American Outdoor Adventure
    The Housatonic River Base for the Bulls Bridge Gorge is the Bulls Bridge Inn 333 Kent Rd Kent, CT 06757. Phone: 1-800-727-4379.

    Whitewater rafting the spring runoff through Bulls Bridge Gorge is not for the apprehensive. For most of the year, the Gorge is left dry due to a 2-mile bypass canal. But normal spring runoff flows into the gorge, creating Class V white water rapids among the most difficult in New England. In 1984, North American Whitewater became the first commercial outfitter to pioneer these rapids. With a short walk across the street, your 8-mile, adrenaline rush begins in scenery nothing short of spectacular…Boiling whitewater, an old covered bridge, cascading waterfalls and the riverside Appalachian Trail. After a brief shuttle ride back to the base at the well-known Bulls Bridge Inn, you will sit down to a wonderful 3-course dinner, reflecting on the day’s excitement with your fellow rafters.

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