Guided Raft Trips
Come along with our staff on a guided interpretive float. We will maneuver the raft so all you have to do is set back with your camera, relax, and enjoy the scenery. The Niobrara is a class I river with class II and III rapids. Different trips enable you to float past tall cliffs or raft in faster water.
These floats will give ample opportunities to see migratory birds, various species of waterfowl, deer and wildlife such as mink and raccoon in their natural setting. During spring trips one may see soft-shell turtles as well as painted and snapping turtles.
The fall floats offer spectacular colors during the leaf change. You may see osprey and bald eagles as they migrate through the area. Many other visual wildlife opportunities exist such as beaver and possibly wild elk, and maybe a family of river otters.
During the late fall and early winter one will experience the winter months for as long as the river is open. Ice cliffs are abundant as well as all the native wildlife. Learn about how the ice helps to carve the rivers channel and view the eagles that winter along the Niobrara.
So grab your camera and bring your family, work group, church group or school group and join us on a guided raft trip down the NIOBRARA NATIONAL SCENIC RIVER.