Spokane River Rafting

If you have ever considered river rafting the Spokane River Rafting Trip we offer is a definite consideration.

It is a trip on the whitewater section of the Spokane. It is wonderful because of its proximity to downtown Spokane. It’s pretty much located just off downtown on the corner of Ash and Water Street and this is the exact location where the trip begins. There’s on-street parking and a little area by the river where the raft goes into the water. The river and birds drown out most of the traffic sound and it’s a little sanctuary for neighboring people. For most of the trip you will have cell service. One thing we love about Spokane is the fact that it is sunny all the time! It was a little cloudy in Coeur d’Alene the day that we went but in Spokane, sunny and warm. 

The Lower Spokane River Trip is an exciting, fun-filled 2.5 hours of adventure and whitewater through the lower Spokane River Gorge! It’s the region’s best kept secret and the most memorable way to see Riverside State Park, the famous Bowl & Pitcher and the rapid Devil’s Toenail. This is a perfect half-day trip that allows you to enjoy part of the day in the outdoors and the other part in the town of Spokane! No other whitewater trip in the region provides this opportunity.

Location: Lower Spokane River – Spokane River Rafting 

May-June-Early July
Duration: 2.5 hours

Difficulty: Mostly Class II and two Class III- Rapids, Beginner/Intermediate Ages 5 and over
Trip Details: This route is our most exciting on the Spokane River! This trip provides the opportunity for some wild rapids and also some leisure time to enjoy the water with rafting games from our guides. We are here to help you find your adventure! Note: Trip is close to town and goes right through the heart of Spokane. 
Price: Adults $59 Children (Ages 5 – 12) $54 Discount for Groups of 10 or More!

 

 


Idaho Fishing License

Find here some information on purchasing an Idaho Fishing License

To fish in Idaho any person 14 years of age or older must have a valid fishing license.

Anglers younger than 14 do not need a license, but there is a small difference between resident and nonresident youth.

  • A resident child under 14 has their own separate fishing limit. 
  • A nonresident child under 14 must be with someone who has a valid fishing license and their fish are in included in the license holders fishing limit. However, a nonresident child may purchase their own license and have their own limit.

Special fishing permits are need for some activities for both residents and nonresidents:

  • Fishing for salmon and steelhead
  • Fishing with two poles.

You may purchase an Idaho fishing license here for the state of Idaho:

https://id.outdoorcentral.us/id/license/welcome

 

Non Resident Info:

$98.25 Annual Fishing – Adult

$ 291.25 Fishing – Adult – 3 Year

$ 12.75 Fishing – Daily (first day)
Each consecutive day at initial time of purchase add $6.00.

$ 21.75 Fishing – Junior (14-17 yrs)
Nonresident youth of any age who want their own fish limit must buy a Junior fishing license.

$ 61.75 Fishing – Junior (14-17 yrs) – 3 Years
Nonresident youth of any age who want their own fish limit must buy a Junior fishing license.

Resident Info: 

$ 25.75 Annual Fishing – Adult

$ 73.75 Fishing – Adult – 3 Year

$ 11.50 Fishing – Daily (first day)
Each consecutive day at initial time of purchase add $5.00.

$ 13.75 Fishing – Junior (14-17 yrs)

$ 37.75 Fishing – Junior (14-17 yrs) – 3 Year


CDA Kayak Rentals

We have the set up for you and your kayak rental CDA.

Half-day (4 Hours), Full-Day (8 Hours) and Multiple Day Rentals are available.

You name the time!

Rental hours are 8:00 am to 7:00 pm seven days a week

We are closed the Fourth of July and both Ironman Sundays

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Pack a lunch, bring a friend, and enjoy Lake Coeur d’Alene from the water. Kayaking is a great workout. It’s also relaxing and a great way to view wildlife and breathe in some fresh air. 

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We provide complimentary delivery to the North Shore of Coeur d’Alene Lake free of charge. You can paddle around the North Shore area, North Idaho College area, Tubbs Hill, and up the Spokane River if you like. Parking is sometimes a hassle along the lake and you are welcome to take advantage of our service! We have the newest inventory and the most reliable staff. Check below your options for a kayak rentals in CDA!

Kayaks are offered as one seater (Single) and two seater (Tandem).

All kayak rentals include a paddle, pfd (life jacket), whistle, and your transportation to the lake.
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Make your reservation request online. Wait for your confirmation and directions to the downtown shop. Show up 10 minutes prior to departure. We suggest our customers pack a snack, water bottle, and a lunch, sunscreen, hat/sunglasses. Wear water friendly clothing (no cotton) and comfortable sandals. 

Want a MULTI-Day Rental? $40 each day for Single or SUP boards. $45 for Tandem Kayaks!

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Kayak Rental Full Day Single $65

 

Kayak Rental Full Day Tandem (Accommodates 2 People) $85

 

Kayak Rental Half Day Single $40

 

Kayak Rental Half Day Tandem (Accommodates 2 People) $55