Ride Rib-Rocking Rapids
Tidal Bore Rafting Park and Cottages
12215 Hwy 215
Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley
Hop into a rubber Zodiac in low tide waters on Nova Scotia's Shubenacadie River and wait, listening to your guide's tales of history and nature, from the surrounding fossilized coral reef to circling bald eagles. But this is no ordinary river. Soon the first massive wave surges towards your raft launching you on a unique adventure - rafting Bay of Fundy waters atop the world's highest tides smashing into the river current flowing in the opposite direction.
Hang on. Forget about staying dry. Try not to swallow water on a bucking roller coaster along eight sets of rapids as your Zodiac tosses on Class IV and V rapids for four hours.
Celebrate afterwards by sliding down long, muddy slopes. Rinse under a hot shower and quench your appetite with a barbecue on a deck with a view. Share stories with new friends and - for the first time in hours - give in to a big toothy grin without the fear of gulping a mouthful of river.
There are 2 hour and 4 hour tours available. Prices vary based on the tide type plus HST.
Children (under 12): $54-$63
Group (8 & over): $54-$63
- Approved flotation gear
- Friendly knowledgeable staff
- Pre-trip safety instructions
- Hot showers
- Extra footwear if needed
- Rain gear or warm flotation suits (weather dependent)
- Mud sliding!
- Change of clothing
- Shower items
- Sneakers or strap on sandals
*With the booking of rafting tour save 10% off 1 nights cottage rental. Subject to some conditions. Weekly and monthly rates available upon request.
Detailed InformationCoupon: P9120
Conditions: *Children must be 6 years old and weigh at least 60 lbs to participate in the rafting. * Note: We ask that one payment be made for bookings. We have found the best way to do this is to appoint one person to collect everyone's share. You will find this makes your Check In much quicker. *Cancellation policy: Must cancel 72 hours prior to the day of arrival.
Admission: Raft Bay of Fundy waters atop the world's highest tides smashing into the tidal bore flowing against river currents.