The state of Delaware is the first U.S. state to be admitted to the Union, as such, this should be the first state to experience water rafting. Luckily, if you are already live in or looking to come to Delaware, then you should read this article. In this article we will go on a tour of the best places to go water rafting, which will include the locations and the times to do the water rafting – and tour begins now!
Indian Head Casinos
The Indian Head Casino is the place to do your water rafting and to roll the dice and win a bit of money. Located on the banks of the Delaware River, in southern New York, this attraction offers you and a few companions a mix of excitement and fun, as you all row down the rocky and unstable waters of the Delaware River. And after getting the adrenaline rush of your life, you change into casual attire and head down to the casino, where you place bets on games like, baccarat, poker, blackjack and roulette – all day long.
The Kittatinny Campgrounds, also located in southern New York, is another great place to go whitewater rafting. There, you and your companions can take a wild ride along the Delaware River and the raft rides are so easy that even those with no experience in rafting will ride like a pro. The campground is opened all summer, so you still have a bit of time to enjoy a bit of whitewater rafting.
Ok, now for the places to raft in the state of Delaware (which are not that many).
Brandywine Creek is located about 236 miles from Dover, the capital of Delaware. Here, you and your companions can spend the day bouncing up and down on the waves of this powerful creek. For this rafting trip, it is recommended that only intermediate whitewater rafters and not novices. The waters can get very rough – all eight miles of it – and a novice may not be able to handle it. But, if you want to take a chance and ride on this creek, you are most welcome to do so. The creek is open all year, but the best time to go water rafting is in the summertime.
Red Clay Creek
The Red Clay Creek, also located in Delaware, is another good place to enjoy a good run of whitewater rafting. Yes, imagine you and your crew cruising through this slower and gentler creek. That is why this creek is recommended for novices and those with little experience in water rafting. Also, the course is approximately 11 miles long – not very long for those who are pros at this adrenaline-pumping sport. This creek is, also, open all year long — plenty of time to find your way there and experience the waves of the Delaware River.
Well, that concludes our tour of some of the best places to go water rafting, on and near the Delaware River. There are more places to get your water rafting on and have a little fun, but we are out of time, so until next time, I will see you rolling the waves of the mighty Delaware River.