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May

May 2nd (Saturday) 

Raft and Brew Smoketown

Join us for our limited time exclusive Raft & Brew adventure.  Experience entry level Class I-III at thrilling spring water levels on the Shenandoah & Potomac Rivers at Harpers Ferry before heading to the brewery! After the trip, enjoy the taste of craft beer at the Smoketown Brewery in Brunswick, MD.   To top the day off, enjoy the savory taste of garlic knots and gourmet white pizza from the locals’ favorite eatery.

Cost: $79.00 per person

May 9th (Saturday)

Raft and Brew Abolitionist Ale

Couldn’t make the Smoketown day? This is the last call for this unique limited time adventure! River & Trail Outfitters has teamed up with Abolitionist Ale, in Charles Town, WV to craft a fun, festive, and flavorful day where participants raft and then enjoy a craft beer tasting along with a personal artisan pizza. Experience entry level Class I-III at thrilling Spring water levels on the Shenandoah & Potomac Rivers at Harpers Ferry before heading to the brewery!

Cost: $92.00 per person

May 10th (Sunday)

Antietam Kayak and Brunch

Ranked in the top 60 paddling streams in North America, Antietam Creek is a scenic stream graced with stone arch bridges. Our qualified instructor will give historical interpretation at this site and entertain you with the turbulent tales of this war so crucial to our nation’s history. To prepare you for your trip, brunch will be served at the historic Newcomer House.

Cost: $109.00 per person.

May 16th (Saturday)

Boat and Brew Smoketown

The 4.5 mile kayaking trip begins behind Bird Sanctuary Island, home to nesting Blue Herons and wild ducks and includes Class II+ Knoxville Falls.   After the paddle, enjoy the taste of craft beer at the New Smoketown Brewery only minutes away in Brunswick, MD.   To top the day off, enjoy the savory taste of garlic knots and gourmet white pizza from the locals’ favorite eatery.

Cost: $79.00 per person

May 23rd (Saturday) Memorial Day Weekend

Water to Wine Tarara

River & Trail Outfitters offers outdoor enthusiasts with a taste for good food and great music the ultimate fun multi-adventure day of kayaking or canoeing on the Potomac River followed by live music at Tarara Winery. This trip is definitely a summer bucket list adventure for everyone. Begin the trip with a stress-busting 4.5-7 mile stretch of the Potomac River in your choice of a kayak or canoe. The guests can further relax during the live concert with their choice of tasty picnic fare. Optional purchase of wine by the glass or by the bottle at the winery.

Cost: $99.00 per person

May 24th (Sunday) Memorial Day Weekend

Water to Wine Big Cork

Kayak one of our favorite sections of the Potomac 5.5 Miles on mellow water interspersed with three sets of rapids. Enjoy views of great blue herons, osprey, egrets, and the occasional bald eagle. Afterwards, caravan 20 minutes to Big Cork Vineyards where you will enjoy a wine tour, tasting and cheese plate in their state of the art tasting room amid 100 rolling acres.  

Cost: $95.00 per person

May 25th (Monday) Memorial Day

Boat and Brew Smoketown

The 4.5 mile kayaking trip begins behind Bird Sanctuary Island, home to nesting Blue Herons and wild ducks and includes Class II+ Knoxville Falls.   After the paddle, enjoy the taste of craft beer at the New Smoketown Brewery only minutes away in Brunswick, MD.   To top the day off, enjoy the savory taste of garlic knots and gourmet white pizza from the locals’ favorite eatery.

Cost: $79.00 per person

May 30th (Saturday)

Water to Wine Creeks Edge

Paddle 6 miles on this mellow section of the Potomac River, described by the National Park Service as “one of the most beautiful stretches of navigable waterways in the mid-Atlantic.” Following the paddle, the trip culminates with a visit to the Creek’s Edge Winery in Lovettsville, VA.  The winery is housed in a wilderness lodge and is the perfect place to kick back and enjoy a generous wine tasting.

Cost: $107.00 per person

May 30th (Saturday)

Sunset Moonrise Float

Enjoy paddling by the light of the setting sun and moon rise. Experience the serenity and wildlife of the evening river. We investigate the days that offer the best chance of a breathtaking sunset and then the glistening moon rise for the best possible experience. No paddling experience or equipment required on this guided 6 mile trip on the Potomac River.

Cost: $65.00 per person

May 31st (Sunday)

Water to Wine Big Cork

Kayak one of our favorite sections of the Potomac 5.5 Miles on mellow water interspersed with three sets of rapids. Enjoy views of great blue herons, osprey, egrets, and the occasional bald eagle. Afterwards, caravan 20 minutes to Big Cork Vineyards where you will enjoy a wine tour, tasting and cheese plate in their state of the art tasting room amid 100 rolling acres.  

Cost: $95.00 per person

June

June 6th (Saturday)

Water to Wine Tarara

River & Trail Outfitters offers outdoor enthusiasts with a taste for good food and great music the ultimate fun multi-adventure day of kayaking or canoeing on the Potomac River followed by live music at Tarara Winery. This trip is definitely a summer bucket list adventure for everyone. Begin the trip with a stress-busting 4.5-7 mile stretch of the Potomac River in your choice of a kayak or canoe. The guests can further relax during the live concert with their choice of tasty picnic fare. Optional purchase of wine by the glass or by the bottle at the winery.

Cost: $99.00 per person

June 13th (Saturday)

Boat and Brew Abolitionist Ale

River & Trail Outfitters has teamed up with Abolitionist Ale, in Charles Town, WV to craft a fun, festive and flavorful day where participants paddle the mellow, wilderness-surrounded Shenandoah River and then enjoy a craft beer tasting along with a personal artisan pizza. The splash and spirit day kicks off with a guided 3-to-7-mile mellow kayak or canoe tour – depending on water levels – down the winding tree-lined Shenandoah River. Nestled in lush wilderness of the picturesque Shenandoah Valley, the river is encircled by the sprawling Blue Ridge Mountains.

Cost: $92 per person

June 14th (Sunday)

Water to Wine Big Cork

Kayak one of our favorite sections of the Potomac 5.5 Miles on mellow water interspersed with three sets of rapids. Enjoy views of great blue herons, osprey, egrets, and the occasional bald eagle. Afterwards, caravan 20 minutes to Big Cork Vineyards where you will enjoy a wine tour, tasting and cheese plate in their state of the art tasting room amid 100 rolling acres.  

Cost: $95.00 per person

June 27th (Saturday)

Sunset Moonrise Float

Enjoy paddling by the light of the setting sun and moon rise. Experience the serenity and wildlife of the evening river. We investigate the days that offer the best chance of a breathtaking sunset and then the glistening moon rise for the best possible experience. No paddling experience or equipment required on this guided 6 mile trip on the Potomac River.

Cost: $65.00 per person

June 28th (Sunday)

Boat and Brew Smoketown

The 4.5 mile kayaking trip begins behind Bird Sanctuary Island, home to nesting Blue Herons and wild ducks and includes Class II+ Knoxville Falls.   After the paddle, enjoy the taste of craft beer at the New Smoketown Brewery only minutes away in Brunswick, MD.   To top the day off, enjoy the savory taste of garlic knots and gourmet white pizza from the locals’ favorite eatery.

Cost: $79.00 per person

July

 

July 11th (Saturday)

Boat and Brew Smoketown

The 4.5 mile kayaking trip begins behind Bird Sanctuary Island, home to nesting Blue Herons and wild ducks and includes Class II+ Knoxville Falls.   After the paddle, enjoy the taste of craft beer at the New Smoketown Brewery only minutes away in Brunswick, MD.   To top the day off, enjoy the savory taste of garlic knots and gourmet white pizza from the locals’ favorite eatery.

Cost: $79.00 per person

July 12th (Sunday)

Water to Wine Big Cork

Kayak one of our favorite sections of the Potomac 5.5 Miles on mellow water interspersed with three sets of rapids. Enjoy views of great blue herons, osprey, egrets, and the occasional bald eagle. Afterwards, caravan 20 minutes to Big Cork Vineyards where you will enjoy a wine tour, tasting and cheese plate in their state of the art tasting room amid 100 rolling acres.  

Cost: $95.00 per person

July 19th (Sunday)

Water to Wine Creeks Edge

Paddle 6 miles on this mellow section of the Potomac River, described by the National Park Service as “one of the most beautiful stretches of navigable waterways in the mid-Atlantic.” Following the paddle, the trip culminates with a visit to the Creek’s Edge Winery in Lovettsville, VA.  The winery is housed in a wilderness lodge and is the perfect place to kick back and enjoy a generous wine tasting.

Cost: $107.00 per person

July 25th (Saturday)

Sunset Moonrise Float

Enjoy paddling by the light of the setting sun and moon rise. Experience the serenity and wildlife of the evening river. We investigate the days that offer the best chance of a breathtaking sunset and then the glistening moon rise for the best possible experience. No paddling experience or equipment required on this guided 6 mile trip on the Potomac River.

Cost: $65.00 per person

July 26th (Sunday)

Boat and Brew Smoketown

The 4.5 mile kayaking trip begins behind Bird Sanctuary Island, home to nesting Blue Herons and wild ducks and includes Class II+ Knoxville Falls.   After the paddle, enjoy the taste of craft beer at the New Smoketown Brewery only minutes away in Brunswick, MD.   To top the day off, enjoy the savory taste of garlic knots and gourmet white pizza from the locals’ favorite eatery.

Cost: $79.00 per person

August

August 2nd (Sunday)

Boat and Brew Abolitionist Ale

River & Trail Outfitters has teamed up with Abolitionist Ale, in Charles Town, WV to craft a fun, festive and flavorful day where participants paddle the mellow, wilderness-surrounded Shenandoah River and then enjoy a craft beer tasting along with a personal artisan pizza. The splash and spirit day kicks off with a guided 3-to-7-mile mellow kayak or canoe tour – depending on water levels – down the winding tree-lined Shenandoah River. Nestled in lush wilderness of the picturesque Shenandoah Valley, the river is encircled by the sprawling Blue Ridge Mountains. 

Cost: $92 per person

August 9th (Sunday)

Water to Wine Big Cork

Kayak one of our favorite sections of the Potomac 5.5 Miles on mellow water interspersed with three sets of rapids. Enjoy views of great blue herons, osprey, egrets, and the occasional bald eagle. Afterwards, caravan 20 minutes to Big Cork Vineyards where you will enjoy a wine tour, tasting and cheese plate in their state of the art tasting room amid 100 rolling acres.  

Cost: $95.00 per person

August 16th (Sunday)

Water to Wine Creeks Edge

Paddle 6 miles on this mellow section of the Potomac River, described by the National Park Service as “one of the most beautiful stretches of navigable waterways in the mid-Atlantic.” Following the paddle, the trip culminates with a visit to the Creek’s Edge Winery in Lovettsville, VA.  The winery is housed in a wilderness lodge and is the perfect place to kick back and enjoy a generous wine tasting.

Cost: $107.00 per person

August 23rd (Sunday) 

Boat and Brew Smoketown

The 4.5 mile kayaking trip begins behind Bird Sanctuary Island, home to nesting Blue Herons and wild ducks and includes Class II+ Knoxville Falls.   After the paddle, enjoy the taste of craft beer at the New Smoketown Brewery only minutes away in Brunswick, MD.   To top the day off, enjoy the savory taste of garlic knots and gourmet white pizza from the locals’ favorite eatery.

Cost: $79.00 per person

August 29th (Saturday)

Sunset Moonrise Float

Enjoy paddling by the light of the setting sun and moon rise. Experience the serenity and wildlife of the evening river. We investigate the days that offer the best chance of a breathtaking sunset and then the glistening moon rise for the best possible experience. No paddling experience or equipment required on this guided 6 mile trip on the Potomac River.

Cost: $65.00 per person

August 29th (Saturday)

Water to Wine Tarara

River & Trail Outfitters offers outdoor enthusiasts with a taste for good food and great music the ultimate fun multi-adventure day of kayaking or canoeing on the Potomac River followed by live music at Tarara Winery. This trip is definitely a summer bucket list adventure for everyone. Begin the trip with a stress-busting 4.5-7 mile stretch of the Potomac River in your choice of a kayak or canoe. The guests can further relax during the live concert with their choice of tasty picnic fare. Optional purchase of wine by the glass or by the bottle at the winery.

Cost: $99.00 per person

August 30th (Sunday)

Antietam Kayak and Brunch

Ranked in the top 60 paddling streams in North America, Antietam Creek is a scenic stream graced with stone arch bridges. Our qualified instructor will give historical interpretation at this site and entertain you with the turbulent tales of this war so crucial to our nation’s history. To prepare you for your trip, a delicious chef prepared brunch will be served at the historic Newcomer House.

Cost: $109.00 per person.

September

September 12th (Saturday)

Boat and Brew Abolitionist Ale

River & Trail Outfitters has teamed up with Abolitionist Ale, in Charles Town, WV to craft a fun, festive and flavorful day where participants paddle the mellow, wilderness-surrounded Shenandoah River and then enjoy a craft beer tasting along with a personal artisan pizza. The splash and spirit day kicks off with a guided 3-to-7-mile mellow kayak or canoe tour – depending on water levels – down the winding tree-lined Shenandoah River. Nestled in lush wilderness of the picturesque Shenandoah Valley, the river is encircled by the sprawling Blue Ridge Mountains.

Cost: $92 per person

September 19th (Saturday)

Boat and Brew Smoketown

The 4.5 mile kayaking trip begins behind Bird Sanctuary Island, home to nesting Blue Herons and wild ducks and includes Class II+ Knoxville Falls.   After the paddle, enjoy the taste of craft beer at the New Smoketown Brewery only minutes away in Brunswick, MD.   To top the day off, enjoy the savory taste of garlic knots and gourmet white pizza from the locals’ favorite eatery.

Cost: $79.00 per person

September 20th (Sunday)

Water to Wine Big Cork

Kayak one of our favorite sections of the Potomac 5.5 Miles on mellow water interspersed with three sets of rapids. Enjoy views of great blue herons, osprey, egrets, and the occasional bald eagle. Afterwards, caravan 20 minutes to Big Cork Vineyards where you will enjoy a wine tour, tasting and cheese plate in their state of the art tasting room amid 100 rolling acres.  

Cost: $95.00 per person

September 26th (Saturday)

Water to Wine Tarara

River & Trail Outfitters offers outdoor enthusiasts with a taste for good food and great music the ultimate fun multi-adventure day of kayaking or canoeing on the Potomac River followed by live music at Tarara Winery. This trip is definitely a summer bucket list adventure for everyone. Begin the trip with a stress-busting 4.5-7 mile stretch of the Potomac River in your choice of a kayak or canoe. The guests can further relax during the live concert with their choice of tasty picnic fare. Optional purchase of wine by the glass or by the bottle at the winery.

Cost: $99.00 per person

September 27th (Sunday)

Water to Wine Creeks Edge

Paddle 6 miles on this mellow section of the Potomac River, described by the National Park Service as “one of the most beautiful stretches of navigable waterways in the mid-Atlantic.” Following the paddle, the trip culminates with a visit to the Creek’s Edge Winery in Lovettsville, VA.  The winery is housed in a wilderness lodge and is the perfect place to kick back and enjoy a generous wine tasting.

Cost: $107.00 per person

October

October 3rd (Saturday)

Boat and Brew Abolitionist Ale

River & Trail Outfitters has teamed up with Abolitionist Ale, in Charles Town, WV to craft a fun, festive and flavorful day where participants paddle the mellow, wilderness-surrounded Shenandoah River and then enjoy a craft beer tasting along with a personal artisan pizza. The splash and spirit day kicks off with a guided 3-to-7-mile mellow kayak or canoe tour – depending on water levels – down the winding tree-lined Shenandoah River. Nestled in lush wilderness of the picturesque Shenandoah Valley, the river is encircled by the sprawling Blue Ridge Mountains.

Cost: $92 per person

October 4th (Sunday)

Water to Wine Big Cork

Kayak one of our favorite sections of the Potomac 5.5 Miles on mellow water interspersed with three sets of rapids. Enjoy views of great blue herons, osprey, egrets, and the occasional bald eagle. Afterwards, caravan 20 minutes to Big Cork Vineyards where you will enjoy a wine tour, tasting and cheese plate in their state of the art tasting room amid 100 rolling acres.  

Cost: $95.00 per person

October 10th (Saturday)

Boat and Brew Smoketown

The 4.5 mile kayaking trip begins behind Bird Sanctuary Island, home to nesting Blue Herons and wild ducks and includes Class II+ Knoxville Falls.   After the paddle, enjoy the taste of craft beer at the New Smoketown Brewery only minutes away in Brunswick, MD.   To top the day off, enjoy the savory taste of garlic knots and gourmet white pizza from the locals’ favorite eatery.

Cost: $79.00 per person

October 11th (Sunday)

Water to Wine Creeks Edge

Paddle 6 miles on this mellow section of the Potomac River, described by the National Park Service as “one of the most beautiful stretches of navigable waterways in the mid-Atlantic.” Following the paddle, the trip culminates with a visit to the Creek’s Edge Winery in Lovettsville, VA.  The winery is housed in a wilderness lodge and is the perfect place to kick back and enjoy a generous wine tasting.

Cost: $107.00 per person