Williamson River - Collier Memorial State Park to Chiloquin

kayaking down the williamson river near crater lake national park in chiloquin, oregon

One of our Best Kayaking Tours!

This stretch of the Williamson River is always a favorite with lots of room to float around! We put in at Collier Memorial State Park day use area and with a little paddling and some current make it to downtown Chiloquin in about 3 hours. This is a pretty easy trip with a couple small ripples to go through to add to the fun. This is a great run for large groups with our largest going down was 30 people at one time.  Looking for a fun company outing? This tour is one to consider!


Enjoying the Wood River Wetlands on kayaks near Chiloquin, Oregon below Crater Lake

Guided Tour Information


Cost for this tour is $75.00 per person. which includes one or two of our guides to go along. This tour is limited to 12 guests total + two guides. If 6 or less guests attend then only 1 guide will accompany. 

Kayaks, paddles, life vests and whistle will be provided.

This tour requires a 4 person minimum, so bring a few friends!

If you wish, you can call or e-mail us to find out how many have already booked. 

E-mail: skylakeswild@gmail.com phone: 541-591-0949. 

All guests are required to sign our company policy waiver and a parent/quardian permission form (if minors are to attend). Forms can be found HERE to review and will be provided for signing when you arrive. 

Our licensed Oregon Guides are very experienced with years on the water and dedicated to providing you a very enjoyable experience that you will remember a lifetime.

Guided kayaking trips down the Williamson River fronm Collier State Park to Chiloquin, Oregon

The Williamson River

The Williamson River is at an elevation of 4,200 feet  The river meanders in this stretch and has a national reputation for World Class fly fishing for large rainbow trout. These are all naturally reproducing, native fish. The redband here grow to true trophy size with three year old fish generally reaching 20 inches in length. Large fish (up to 10 pounds) are in the Williamson in good numbers by late June through fall. By late August, these fish are all the way up to the falls separating the upper and lower Williamson River. Good size brown trout are occasionally found as well. Best fishing is in August and September. 

We take lots of pictures while on our tour so be sure to check out our Facebook Page  to see your tour and feel free to share.