Downriver Canoe Company invites you to join us in the Shenandoah Valley for an unforgettable day of fun and adventure in canoes, kayaks, rafts and tube floats on one of America’s most beautiful rivers, The Shenandoah.
Downriver Canoe Company
Your Next Great Adventure
Brought a big group of Boy Scouts down for an overnight paddle, what a great outfitter! They understood the complexity of getting a group like that down the river and helped at every step of the way. Highly recommend!
Experience instant and undeniable peace. From the moment we started to the instant you finish it is an awesome experience. They are dog friendly and have some great staff. You are literally in control of your canoe trip. Highly recommend this to all walks of life. The end point takes a little skill to get off but nothing too bad to handle. Again, we will be returning or recommending.
Friendly staff, good equipment and excellent time. We did kayaking and had so much fun. Would definitely do it again.
Downriver is amazing!! My first time tubing and I can’t wait to do it again. My husband and I enjoyed everything about our visit and we will definitely be back again! Everyone was nice and made everything comfortable. The perfect way to spend a summer day.
WHY IS THE SHENANDOAH RIVER SO POPULAR?
“…Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River”, thank you John Denver for appreciating the magnificence of this storied river and the valley through which it flows. Located just an hour’s drive from the traffic choked beltway around Washington DC, the Shenandoah Valley is an oasis of small towns and open farm fields bordered east and west by… Read more »
PLATOON – A Big “Oopsy”
Plan your float! Know where to start, where to finish, and what’s in-between. And don’t make assumptions. This is why you use a professional outfitter isn’t it? That’s our job, to plan your float and inform you of what to expect. What can possibly go wrong? So I was leaving work one Tuesday evening. All… Read more »
PILOTING A CANOE FROM HERE TO THERE
First and foremost, as you launch the canoe make sure the open side is up. (Just how basic do we need to be here?) Seriously though, when launching your canoe make sure to put it all the way in the water. Otherwise, when you get in and part of the canoe is still on land,… Read more »