Raft the River

Saturday, August 22, 2020 from 3:00PM - 7:30PM MDT


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Event Details

Join RiversEdge West and local river experts for their 7th Annual Raft the River fundraiser, a one-day float trip and dinner along the Colorado River in Fruita, Colorado from 3:00 PM ~ 7:30 PM on August 22, 2020. 

We'll be floating from Rimrock Adventures to the Loma Boat Ramp, and enjoy dinner, drinks, live music by Tim + Richard, and prizes at Rimrock Adventure's riverside venue after the float. 

Space is limited to 45 people. Reserve your spot today! Price includes everything you need for this guided float: Certified raft guides, river snacks, shuttles back to your vehicle, dinner, drinks, live music, and prizes.

All proceeds go to RiversEdge West's programs that are restoring rivers to a healthier, more vibrant state.

Hear what past attendees have said about the event:

"Friendly people, great vibe, nice music, and food afterward in a beautiful location, and we learned new information about the river too!"
"Great food, beer, and music in an ideal setting. I have always enjoyed Tim and Richard and The Copper Club and here they were supporting the Raft the River on a beautiful day on the Colorado."
"The perfect package of fun, education, and first-hand experience on our river. Would recommend to anyone and everyone!"
"The food and rafting plus post rafting fun were outstanding. The event organization was stellar. Thank you!"
"The experience was both fun and enlightening. The event was well planned from beginning to end."
"I want to thank you for arranging the Raft the River trip! It was certainly an educational trip! I hope my brain can retain what I learned about the Colorado River, information pertaining to tamarisk trees, beetles, Russian olive trees, willows, plus other native and non-native plants and fish. Rimrock provided us with awesome navigators and food served in a beautiful location following the raft adventure. It was nice meeting people who are interested in our outdoor world along the Colorado River Valley."