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You want the best Ocoee has to offer? Then this trip is for you! 10 Miles of the best whitewater in the country. We combined the World Famous Ocoee Olympic section, with rapids like Mikey’s and Let’s Make a Deal warming you up for the unbelievable Olympic section climaxing in Godzilla and Humongous, and that’s just the start … The Most Popular Whitewater in the country is next! After a short float across the lake, which I am sure a splash war or two to fill the time. We will be ready to hit the Classic Middle Section, The Nation’s Most Popular Whitewater River! Jam packed from top to bottom with all the Whitewater Goodness you can stand, 10 Miles of MOG are having fun now Whitewater!


Adventures Up The Creek

If you’re looking for a little bit of adventure and a whole lot of fun, or just an opportunity to escape the grind and enjoy a little sunshine, fresh air and wide-open spaces, we have your cure. Adventures Up The Creek specializes in professionally Guided Kayak Tours and Giant War Canoe tours on some of the most iconic and picturesque waterways in St Marys, Georgia, Jacksonville and Amelia Island Florida and throughout Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia. Peaceful black-water creeks, beautiful salt marshes and adventurous island hopping can all be found within minutes of Amelia Island and Jacksonville — and so can destinations like the Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens, Kingsley Plantation and Big Talbot Island. St. Marys, Georgia, offers wonderful kayaking opportunities like Cumberland Island National Seashore and Crooked River State Park. We can provide fun-filled and family-friendly adventures for your group year-round.

Book one of our no-hassle adventures today. We will make the arrangements, provide the knowledge, expertise and equipment, and supply snacks and other essentials so you are free to create memories, build bonds and experience the adventure of a lifetime.  For those who love the outdoors, kayaking the rivers and marshes of Coastal Georgia and Florida is a little slice of heaven on Earth. We strive to have each customer leave with a lasting memory of an amazing experience. We have had the honor of introducing people of all ages and abilities to the natural wonders of kayaking. All that’s required on your part is an adventurous spirit and openness to experiencing new things.


Adventuress Sailing Tour

Step aboard Adventuress for a Public Sail or Dockside Tour

Public Sail Information

We offer Public Sails and Dockside Tours out of ports across Puget Sound during our sailing season from April through October.

Our 3-hour Public Sails are designed to get everybody involved, and no sailing experience is required. From the moment we get under way you'll be invited to help raise the sails or take a turn at the wheel. As we explore the Puget Sound/Salish Sea, the crew will explain it's unique marine environment and share the history of Adventuress. Then listen maybe to a sea chantey, a talk from an on-board guest-- or just sit back and take in the whole experience. 


The cost for Public Sails is $65/adult and $35/youth (under 18).

Sound Experience also offers a Membership option—$70 for an Individual or $120 for a Household—that allows all those listed under the Membership to sail for free on all Public Sails for a 12-month period. In addition to free sailing, Members also receive a discounted rate for guests: $45/adult and $25/youth (under 18)


Aerial Adventure

An aerial adventure park is a physical environment where climbers encounter obstacles that challenge their ability to climb, jump, grab, haul, walk, swing, and balance themselves while at heights of up to 50 feet above ground.

Adventure Park
Adventure Park
Adventure Park

A 2.5 hour experience consisting of..

Safety School – This is a ground-based station where we outfit and teach participants how to use the safety equipment, harnesses, helmets, and lanyards.

Ascent –The first step onto the course consists of a large 45 degree cargo net that connects the belay deck to the first high course deck.

Climbing –  Once on the high course deck, participants can select their own paths. The high course is designed somewhat like a ski area in that each activity station can be experienced in “easy”, “moderate”, or “hard” mode.

Crossing from station to station – High course activities require participants to use a wide variety of skills: balance, strength, creativity, and patience. It should also be noted that our high course is designed for all types of humans. One need not be an Olympic athlete to play. All it takes is courage and a sense of adventure.

Descent – There are several methods for exiting the adventure course. The most popular is the zipline, which has a hydraulic braking system that allows a person to ride down from the course to the ground in a fluid motion. Other methods are down-climbing on the cargo net, or a standing rappel.

A word on fitness:

Physical fitness helps. The adventure park is a physical environment that involves using your body.

Participants should be in good health and physically fit. Please be mindful of this fact when considering an adventure.


Affordable Adventures - Rapid City Tour

The Rapid City Tour includes a trip up Skyline Drive to see an overview of east and west Rapid City, Dinosaur Park, Hangman’s Hill, and a drive through the West Boulevard historical district with its lovely old homes. We drive through downtown Rapid City which features bronze statues of all but the last two U.S. Presidents, as well as the historic Alex Johnson Hotel and the Prairie Edge Native American Store. Then we drive over to the Civic Center to see a display of pieces of the Berlin Wall and the Rose Gardens. As we drive into the west side of Rapid City we will see the parks created from the ravages of the 1972 Flood. We will also see Storybook Island, the Formal Gardens, Canyon Lake Park and Stavkirke Chapel In the Hills, which is an exact replica of an 850 Norwegian church with its storehouse and log museum building. 

We can go to the Journey Museum which depicts the history of the area starting from the beginning of time in the Black Hills up through modern day Rapid City, or we can go to the South Dakota School of Mines Geology Museum with its displays of fossils and a large mineral collection. There is the Dahl Fine Arts Center downtown or the South Dakota Air and Space Museum 8 miles east of Rapid City, which features numerous old Air Force planes including the B-1 Bomber. If you are not into museums we can go to the Black Hills Gold Jewelry Factory for a tour of the jewelry making process and shopping in the outlet store.


Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure

Your amazing scavenger hunt adventure begins at the Capitol building and takes you on a journey through art and culture, among the shops of the 16th Street Mall and down through courtyards and buildings steeped in rich Denver history.
So let your skis and poles have the day off and discover one of the best things to do in Denver ...Play the Game, See the Sights, and Experience Denver in a whole new way!