The pristine waters of the Wood River start flowing from springs which are fed by underground waters originating below Crater Lake National Park which is located only a short distance to the north.
Our guides will put you in at the headwaters where you will embark on a beautiful 3 hour float float down the Wood River to the Kimbal Park day use area. This river is known for its crystal clear waters and huge Brown Trout.
This class 1 river provides just enough water current and bends to keep your paddle moving as you enjoy your outdoor adventure.
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.
Cost for this tour is $60.00 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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
When you book you will receive a confirmation e-mail and then, a few days before your booked date you will receive an e-mail with more specific information. (And some discount coupons for area establishments!)
Our licensed Oregon Guides are very experianced with years on the water and dedicated to providing you a very enjoyable experiance that you will remember a lifetime.
J. F. Kimball State Park is a pristine site located at the headwaters of the Wood River boardering the Fremont/Winema National Forest. This stream flows from the pine forest into open meadow land laced with picturesque quaking aspen surrounded by the southern Cascade Mountains. Wood River offers fine fishing that can be accessed from the park by canoe. Kimball Park offers primitive camping next to a spring-fed lagoon at the beginning of this waterway.A walking trail connects the campground to the site where the clear spring bubbles from a rocky hillside. The park is a secluded place where you can contemplate the moment while relaxing in the whispering lodgepole pines. Horse stalls are available for use.