Minnesota White Water Rafting

 White Water Rafting and Kayaking Tours Near Minneapolis

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minnesota raftingExperience Whitewater Rafting on Minnesota’s “clean and beautiful” Kettle River.

Whitewater rafting and kayaking trips on the rapids of Banning State, depending on water levels, the rapids on this stretch of the Kettle River can rate up to a class IV.
Take in amazing scenery as the river drops through rapids like Mother’s Delight, the Dragon’s Tooth and Hell’s Gate.

Just an hour north of  Minneapolis, easy to find location of Interstate 35.  Rafting trips run from mid April through September.

Depending on your river experience it’s easy to pick a trip that matches your comfort and skill level.

Hell’s Gate on the Kettle River

The rapids on the Hell’s Gate section of the Kettle River are action-packed with spectacular views. The 3-3 ½ hour trip races through rapids that vary from intermediate to advanced in difficulty. The current is swift and the rapids are challenging, 

Be prepared for hard paddling, teamwork and getting wet. 

Please note:

  • Rafters on this adventure must be at least 11 years old.
  • All tours leave from Robinson Park in the town of Sandstone, MN.
Use of a Wetsuit

We have wetsuits and splash tops and booties for early season rafting.rafting wetsuit

Minnesota White Water Rafting and Kayaking Tours

Hard Water Sports
for Kettle River Rafting, Canoeing, and Kayaking Adventures

All Kettle River Rafting Tours leave from Robinson Park in Sandstone MN

Kettle River Rafting and Kayaking Adventures

minnesota whitewater rafting We had a great time on the river! The whole family wants to go rafting again next year.

Julie H







We can find an adventure that’s perfect for your group.

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Kettle River Rafting Adventures are perfect for families.

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Are You Ready for the Adventure of your Summer ?

Whitewater Rafting Cancellation and Refund policy

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All Kettle River Rafting Tours leave from Robinson Park in Sandstone MN

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