Embark on a guided tour through the Gold Rush town of Jacksonville. Glide with us along a route of beauty. Discover the secrets of this National Historic Landmark District's Wild West past. Experience the Wild West town of Jacksonville up close and personal. Our friendly, informative guides will reveal the historical points of interest and fun pioneering facts, while guiding your small group, or private group.
• 2.5 hours
The Upper Klamath 2-Day Rafting & Multi-Sport Safari combines rafting big summer flows down rapids that are over a football field long, an ultra-comfortable ‘safari style’ back-country camp (think glamping) and options for mountain biking, running, inflatable kayaking and fly fishing. The trips begin in Ashland Oregon and are enjoyed in small groups and lead by some of the most experienced guides in the country. This is a uniquely action packed and comfortable 2-day luxury camping adventure - there is no other trip like it in the United States.
• 2 days
With easy access to the ocean via the wild and scenic Chetco River mouth, the Brookings ocean tour offers a variety of experiences ranging from frequent pelican, seal and sea lion sightings to picturesque coves as well as a wide range of ocean plant life at Chetco Point. The start of your tour in the boat basin offers easy, calm waters where you can view the many different commercial fishing boats and pleasure craft moored up to the docks. Total ocean paddling distance is about 3.3 miles.
• 2 hours
The Wild and Scenic Chetco river estuary in Brookings offers a variety of experiences ranging from frequent Pelican and Kingfisher sitings to neat coves, sloughs and some of the cleanest water on the coast. The boat basin offers a very easy calm water introduction where you can view the many different commercial fishing boats, Coast Guard vessels and pleasure craft moored up to the docks. Total freshwater paddling distance is about 2.5 miles for the 1.5 to 2 hour tour.
• 1.75 hours
Kayak in the lee of a large and beautiful headland protected by Oregon State Parks full of secret coves. View a US Coast Guard cultural site, kelp beds, Aquarium Arch paddle through, sea bird colonies, summer resident whales and other marine mammals, the working fishing port of Port Orford, access to and views of Redfish Rocks Marine Research Reserve and Humbug Mountatin to the south.
• 2.25 hours