Take to the rapids in one of our 8-man rafts, and following instruction from one of our expert guides, it's straight into the adrenaline action of your first wet and wild run down our man made course. White Water Rafting is a real adventure, and our course runs at grade 2/3 on a scale of 1 to 6. With a total length of 500m, the water runs straight from the river Trent and benefits from being one of the largest water volume courses in the UK with an average of 20 cubic meters per second of water flowing through the course.
Participants must be confident in open water and able to swim.
All participants must be 14 years old. If any members of the party are under 18 years of age a parental consent form must be completed and brought with you on the day.
All participants must weigh less than 114kg / 18 stone (chest size 122cm / 48 inch)
Please note if you book on as an individual there is a possibility that you may be put in a two man ducky, this is subject to rafting numbers and group sizes.
White Water Rafting can be weather dependant, and in extreme circumstances where rafting is effected we would endeavour to contact all participants prior to arrival on site.
Your rafting experience will be approximately 1 hr 45mins, Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled rafting time.
There will be a maximum of eight people in your raft plus your guide.
The National Water Sports Centre is located in 270 acres of county park, with nature reserves and plenty of things for spectator to see.
What To Wear
The hire of wetsuits and all safety equipment is included in the cost of your experience, however you should not wish to wear them we recommend that you wear a long sleeved top with full length trousers. NO SHORTS, JEANS or T-SHIRTS. Lace up footwear is essential and will get wet, so bring spare footwear. Changing facilities and showers are available.
Rafting is 7 days a week throughout the summer, starting in March, where available. Any dates not available will be due to Governing Body events or training.
Nottingham - Nottinghamshire