Colorado is candy for your eyes: its unique landscape will keep you full and satisfied during and until your next Colorado whitewater rafting trip. Visit Mesa Verde National Park to see how part of mankind once lived: the remnants of the culture of Ancestral Puebloan people spark questions that will keep your mind teased while your body basks in the soothing desert heat.
Once you’ve had enough, jump into the rich Colorado whitewater to cool off with an epic multi-day adventure on one of the many rivers–such as the Green River, near the Colorado National Monument, or the Yampa River near the Dinosaur National Monument.
However your tastes in rafting may run, enrich your Colorado whitewater rafting experience with a stop in one or more of Colorado’s fine national parks.
Arches National Park
Want to add some history to your rafting trip? Gaze upon thousands of natural arches and learn how they were formed.
Canyonlands National Park
Looking for some sightseeing to add to your next Colorado Rafting Vacation? Admire the geological masterpiece that is Canyonlands National Park.
Mesa Verde National Park
See the preserved works of ancient man in Mesa Verde National Park on your Colorado Rafting Trip.
Rocky Mountain National Park
Looking for a rich Colorado national park adventure? Rocky National Park is the perfect compliment to your Colorado whitewater rafting & kayaking trip.
Colorado National Monument
See one of Colorado’s most preserved landscapes and the wildlife that lives there during your Colorado whitewater rafting adventure!
Great Sand Dunes National Park
Want to see some of the highest dunes in the world? Camp, hike and enjoy the Great Sand Dunes National Park on your way to your Colorado rafting destination!
Dinosaur National Monument
Take the road less traveled, where the Yampa and Green Rivers await you! Visit the Dinosaur National Monument to begin your Colorado whitewater rafting & kayaking adventure.