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Missouri River Rafting / Guided Raft Tours On The Missouri River

Missouri River Rafting / Guided Raft Tours On The Missouri River

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7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Tours scheduled on an individual basis
816-387-1869
$50 per passenger
Pets cannot be accomodated on this excursion
lat: 42.8372919 long: -97.2000419

The Missouri River is a beautiful natural treasure that still promises adventure, a chance to view birds and wildlife and a peaceful escape from the cares of the day! Missouri River Rafting offers guided raft tours on the Missouri River.  An experienced oarsman will guide your party of up to six passengers down 12 miles of the river.  Two trips are offered: one is a 12 mile float upstream from Saint Joseph, Missouri, the second is a 14 mile float from Saint Joseph, Missouri to Atchison, Kansas.

For those interested in Lewis & Clark history this is the best way to be introduced to some of the vistas along Missouri, and is also a great excursion for spending a few hours on the water to relax. Missouri River Rafting also offers shuttle service for paddlers with their own watercraft wishing to explore the waterways of Northwest Missouri and Northeast Kansas on their own. We hope you come explore the Missouri River with us!

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