Family Rafting

Experience length: 90 minutes, allow 120 minutes for your session

Price: £200

Age: 8+ years

Turbo boost your family time as you and your loved ones take on the rapids of our Legacy Loop. Share the laughs as you’re challenged and guided down the course.

The experience will last for 90 minutes this includes a safety brief and kit distribution with up to one hour on the water including an activity assessment. Once you’ve been fully kitted out with wetsuits and wetboots, you’ll be introduced to your raft guide who’ll help you navigate your way down the Legacy Loop.

First things first, they’ll talk you through the basic skills and safety elements of rafting whilst on the lake then move on to completing our Activity Assessment. You’ll then be ready to hit the rapids! Paddles up!

Essential information

  • If you'd like to know more about how we're keeping our visitors and staff safe at the moment have read through our Keeping you Safe information before taking part

  • Our family rafts hold a maximum of five people per raft, with a maximum two adults in the raft

  • Check in for your activity at reception promptly! The time will be shown on your booking confirmation. There’s no need to arrive before this time, however please do not be late as late arrivals may not be able to take part in the activity and will not be refunded

  • Gift vouchers are not redeemable against this activity

  • Please ensure you’ve read our Essential Information and FAQs before booking

Age and weight restrictions

  • All participants must be aged 8+ and individually weigh under 18 stone

  • All participants must complete our Moving Water Declaration Form prior to the activity

  • Participants  aged under 18 years must have our Parental  Consent Form signed by their legal parent/guardian before being able to participate in a moving water based activity at the centre

  • Participants aged between  8 – 16 years must have their legal parent/guardian remaining on site at Lee Valley White Water Centre for the duration of the session, with one parent/guardian to every four children (max)