All trips are required to meet at the Boatyard location in Santa Fe, unless other arrangements are made by speaking with us personally. Messages are not allowed as a way to inform us of  a change in meeting place.

Directions to the Boatyard:
Take Exit 282 off I-25 onto St. Francis Drive – Go North approx. 3 miles to Cordova Road. Turn Left onto Cordova Road and proceed to next stop light. Turn Right onto Cerrillos. We are on the right in about 100 yards.

Click on map at right for Google maps

Trips leave the Boatyard:
Taos Box 8:00 AM
½ Day AM 9:00 AM
½ Day PM 12:00 AM
Full RGG 9:00 AM
(Floats same time as ½ Day trips)

Directions to meet us at the Cities of Gold Casino in Pojoaque

Go North on St Francis Dr/US-285 N/US-84 W
Continue to follow US-285 N/US-84 W for 15.5 mi
Take the NM-502 W exit toward Los Alamos 0.2 mi
Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Cities of Gold Rd 138 ft
Turn right at Los Alamos Hwy 259 ft
Turn right at Cities of Gold Rd
Cities of Gold will be on the left 85 ft

Click on map at right for Google maps

For pickup times add 15 minutes to Boatyard times
Ex: ½ Day AM 9:15

Directions to meet at the River:

Go North on St Francis Dr/US-285 N/US-84 W
Continue to follow US-285 N/US-84 W for 24.0 mi
In Espanola, follow signs for NM-68 N/Riverside Dr
Continue to follow NM-68 N 22.5 mi

Racecourse and Rio Grande Gorge Trips meet at Mile Marker 24
Meet in top parking lot

Taos Box trips meet 5 miles further north on NM-68 N at the BLM’s Rio Grande Gorge Visitor’s Center, just beyond Mile Marker 28

For pickup times add 1 hour to Boatyard times for County Line and 65 minutes for BLM Visitor’s Center
Ex: ½ Day AM departs Santa Fe at 9:00 meet at County Line at 10:00

Santa Fe Rafting
(888) 988.4914
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Last Day for 2016 is Approaching

Santa Fe Rafting will be closing for the season on Sunday Sept. 4th. That will be the last day for boating. Thanks to all for another great summer of fun.

Here’s a recent Video!

Take a look at the fun we’re having this year. It’s still great water – get out onto the river.