Morrison's Rogue Wilderness Adventures Safety Policies

Rafting Safety

Your safety is our main concern. Morrison’s Rogue Wilderness Adventures has been guiding guests down the Rogue River since 1967 and our safety record is impeccable. We require that you use our Type 5 Coast Guard-approved life vests whenever we are on the river. If you’re using an inflatable kayak, you must also wear a helmet.

Our guides are required to participate in a pre-season training trip each season. They are certified in Wilderness First Aid and trained in river rescue techniques. All trips include first aid and safety supplies. We also carry a radio phone for extraction from the Coast Guard if needed on one of our trips.

Minimum age for children

Note that for the safety and enjoyment of children and parents, our minimum age for all participants for our trips is six and older. This age is an industry standard and dictated by our insurance underwriters.

Guests with medical conditions

Rafting down the lower Rogue River canyon is quite a relaxing activity with a wide range of engagement. If you have a medical condition or limitation, including pregnancy, you should consult your physician and talk with our staff in detail about your medical needs.

Special dietary requirements can be accommodated with advance notice. Please notify your vacation specialist when you’re making your reservation so that the necessary arrangements can be made from our kitchen as well as your downriver lodges.

If you use a CPAP machine during the night, we do have one for rent. The downriver lodges only have generator power and most (with the exception of Marial Lodge) turn the generators off at 10 pm. If bringing your own, we recommend that you bring extra batteries.

Southern Oregon Travel AssociationTravel OregonOregon BountyAmerica OutdoorsRafting AmericaGrant's Pass