Fun on the Shenandoah River

The South Fork of the world famous Shenandoah River flows at the base of the Massanutten Mountain Range throughout the entire length of Page County.  You can enjoy canoeing, tubing, floating, fishing, swimming, a river cruise, or  just spend some time relaxing on the banks of the marvelous waterway.

Wildlife abounds in the area and the views of the Shenandoah River in Luray, Virginia are breathtaking.

Shenandoah River Outfitters

The Outfitters celebrates their 42nd year in business!

Plan to enjoy the Shenandoah River by canoe and kayak–sunning, fishing, floating. There are sections with flat water and riffles and sections with beginner rapids. Their  rafting is a relaxing flat water trip with Compton’s Rapid. Their tubing sections are the ‘Best on the Shenandoah’!

Canoe, Kayak, Raft and Tube Rentals complete with life jackets, paddles, shuttle, map, and safety instruction. Beginner flat water and whitewater; scenic float trips & great bass fishing and more.

River-side Lunch Cookouts and Steak Dinners Hear the Sizzle–Hamburger Lunch by the River and Great Steak Dinner in the evening!


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Shenandoah River Adventures

Enjoy a trip down the beautiful Shenandoah River in one of our canoe rentals or you can also enjoy some tubing on this scenic Virignia river. Located in the beautiful little town of Shenandoah, Virginia, we are close to all the attractions and sites of the Shenandoah Valley.

Ask About their “Keep The River Green And Clean Discount.” This program pays you to help keep our river beautiful. This discount must be arranged in advance. They have river trips for everyone from the beginner to the expert. Enjoy a canoe, kayak, or try floating in a tube on the Shenandoah River. Want to do some fishing? They can arrange that as well.

All trips are by appointment only. Same day appointments are available on some dates. It is best to reserve in advance. They do not have time restrictions on your trip, however they do ask that all participants be out of the water by 5:00 P.M.