Whitewater High Adventure!


Test your team strategy and communication on our two-acre wooded paintball course. Using the mountain terrain to the its advantage our course features four large bases and numerous strategically placed log bunkers to create the perfect environment for high-adrenaline, fast paced team games like Capture-The-Flag, Bomb, and Iron Man. All levels of players are welcome from beginners to experienced, and our trained referees make sure that everyone gets as much as excitement as possible while providing a safe, fun atmosphere. All equipment is provided including markers, masks, and camouflage jackets.


Our skilled guides will lead you though our exciting off-road trails exploring the outskirts of our 200 acre camp property. Narrow passes, down hill runs, and creek crossings will thrill riders of all experience. Age and ability of riders will be considered on all when choosing the difficulty of course. Mountain bikes and helmets are provided to all riders as well as a short instructional lesson from our guides if needed.


Enjoy a peaceful ride through our scenic mountain trails. Become one with nature as we take you off the beaten path and through our beautiful camp property nestled in the Appalachian Mountains. No previous experience is necessary as our guides will show you the proper way to mount and ride your horse and they are always happy to answer any questions you may have about the horses or surrounding area.


Hidden away in the backwoods and fields of camp, you’ll discover a maze of cables, ropes, towers and obstacles. On our three-element High Ropes Course, experienced staff will help build a heightened awareness of teamwork, trust, and communication. Challenge your balance and grit on the “Inclined Log” working your way through three levels to 40 feet in the air, or dare to climb the cargo net of the “Raider Bridge” while you and your friends race across the top planks toward the finish.


Work together to accomplish the impossible on our Group Initiative Challenge Course. Your communication and teamwork abilities will be pushed to the limit as our guides point the way and let you lead your team to success on obstacles like the “whale watch” and “Teepee Shuffle.” Then finish off the course with the ultimate group bonding challenge on the “Trust Fall.” Our staff will help your team reflect on the lessons learned after each activity ensuring the most meaningful experience.


Our experienced guides will lead you along the Upper Nantahala River, one of the South’s most recognized trout fishing waters, showing you their favorite fishing holes and putting you in prime position to catch beautiful rainbow and brown trout. Located in the peaceful mountains of North Carolina the Nantahala is stocked by the state, but also has a healthy amount of native trout sure to provide an extra bit of excitement. All equipment is provided to anglers including fly rods, reels, flies, and wading gear.


We are proud to offer top of the line instruction in kayaking and canoeing, both on flat water and whitewater. Our experienced, ACA certified instructors will work with you to provide a customized learning experience, focused on paddling technique and learning the fundamentals of whitewater or flat water boating.


Introduction to Whitewater (4 hours): Anyone can learn to kayak! Instructors will first fit guests into their boat and gear with proper outfitting that makes them most comfortable. Next, essential river safety will be covered. Students will begin their whitewater training in flatwater by learning basic paddle strokes for propulsion and turning the kayak, along with high/low bracing. After learning to wet-exit and T-rescue, students will begin the roll section of their class. Rolling make take a few lessons to achieve depending on the student. To wrap up, students will test out their skills in whitewater!


Paddle with Confidence (8 hours): The first four hours of this course will be the same as the half day intro course. The students will then break for lunch and come back energized for some true whitewater fun! Some larger rapids will most likely be portaged by beginners (instructors choice.) This run will be all about learning how to maneuver your kayak in moving current. Students will learn how to ferry across currents, catch eddies, edging, river rescue, etc. Instructors will continue to work with students on how to stay upright in whitewater.


Operating on three of the most popular rivers in the country — From the wild and scenic Nantahala, to the raging Ocoee, to our newest location on the World’s longest urban whitewater park in Columbus, Georgia, we offer an adventure for every skill level.


The Ocoee River, located in Ducktown, Tennessee, has become one of the most popular whitewater rafting adventures in North America. The Middle Ocoee offers over twenty continuous class III and IV rapids and many play spots for five miles of endless adventure and fun. Your trip will take you through the beautiful Ocoee River gorge, surrounded by sheer cliffs and picturesque wildlife. The Upper Ocoee was the site of the 1996 Olympic Whitewater events and requires navigating 12 class IV+ rapids before taking out just above the Middle put-in. Run either section, or take an entire day and do both, the Ocoee River offers an adventure for everyone! We do trips on weekends in March, April May, September and October and daily June, July and August – except on Tuesday and Wednesday.


The Nantahala River is located just a short distance from Bryson City, North Carolina. Your trip will begin in the heart of the Nantahala River Gorge which is nestled on either side by the scenic Nantahala National Forest. Our guides will take you through eight miles of pristine class II rapids before the finally, Nantahala Falls, a class III rapid that will make your trip one to remember. Think you’re ready to do it alone? We also offer unguided and partially guided trips for the true adventure seeker.


Located in the heart of downtown Columbus is the recently completed Chattahoochee Whitewater Park. This course offers over 10 class III rapids during the low water release (8am to 4pm) and after 4 these rapids become class IV, when the water level increases to over 9,000 cubic feet per second.

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Take flight on the Blue Heron Adventure in Columbus, Georgia! Crossing the Chattahoochee River, experience the only dual-zip line that connects two states reaching speeds up to 40mph. The fun doesn’t end there! The Blue Heron Aerial Course, a treetop experience will meet you in Phenix City, Alabama with a total of 10 obstacles. The adventure continues as you cruise in the motorized Canyon Raft back to Georgia.