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Ocoee Rafting

The Double Trouble

Double Trouble(aka Full River/Combo) 
Ocoee rafting at its ultimate! Our most popular Ocoee rafting trip on the Ocoee River doubles your adventure by rafting both the middle section and the upper section in the same day. In between runs you will enjoy a catered riverside lunch. 

The whole trip will take about six hours including your pre-trip safety orientation and a riverside lunch. Our newest trip option, Double Trouble Express, lets you raft both sections in the same day with only a brief stop for a restroom break and a quick snack. Check our Ocoee rafting trip schedule to see what dates this trip will be offered. Double Trouble is only available on certain Saturdays and Sundays due to TVA water release schedules. Since this trip is only available for a limited number of days each season you should make your reservations as soon as possible. As Ocoee rafting river guides often say “this is the real deal!” This is the Ocoee River! 

Double Trouble Trip Details

Minimum Age: 12 years (by Tennessee state law) 
Guided: A certified guide will be in each and every raft 
Trip Length: 10 miles ( Upper & Middle sections) Trip will be about six hours total (3-3 ½ hours on the river) 
Adventure Level: Exciting but not extreme. The only experience you’ll need is ours ! 
Included in price: Your guide, lunch, all equipment, transportation to and from the river. Lunch not included on the Double Trouble Express trip 
Rafting Center Location: McCaysville, GA (NW Georgia-near Blue Ridge)-about an hour & a half from the north side of Atlanta 

Come join us on an Ocoee rafting experience and gain an experience to remember!

Full River Trips

Ocoee River Double Trouble With Lunch 9:00am

Season- Weekends only starting May 16th to Sept 12th

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Ocoee River Double Trouble Express 2:45pm

Season- Saturdays only starting July 7th to September 1st

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