Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions

Details on Your Rafting
Trip in Idaho!

For a half day or one day trip:

Tennis shoes or sandals that will stay on your feet and can get wet.
Fleece top for under your splash jacket, swim trunks or suits, sunscreen, baseball cap or visor. NO COTTON, once it’s wet it will keep you cold.

On multi-day & overnight rafting trips:

In addition to the above list: change of shoes for camp, headlamp or flashlight, warm jacket and pants (it can be chilly in the mornings), your usual personal care items and normal camping attire.

All rafting gear: paddle, helmet, life jacket, wet suit and splash top if needed.
All camping gear: sleeping pads, sleeping bags, pillows, and tents.
Water, lunch and beverages @ the end of your rafting trip.                                                                                                           If you are staying the night with us, we will also being serving breakfast and dinner.

We are changing our policy due to Covid-19 affecting this summers season. Your credit card will be charged 1% when you make your reservation. We’ll hold your credit card number & you can pay when you arrive for your trip. If you do not show, your card will be charged in full. If you have to cancel due to these uncertain times, we will refund you in full. Please cancel 24 hours in advance.
This policy will expire with the 2020 season and we will go back to 30% down.

It is appreciated but not mandatory. All prices do not include guide gratuity which is usually 15%-20% .

You cannot fish from the boat on our advertised trips which are all paddle rafting. You can however organize a fishing trip with up to 2 people per boat while your guide rows you down the river. Please contact Ginger for more details.
If you are staying the night with us, you can walk & wade fish from our campsite.
Please supply all of your own fishing equipment. And remember to purchase your Idaho Fishing License prior to your trip.
https://idfg.idaho.gov/licenses

Our private camp, camp Woopie, is a must see! Relax on the beach while we turn out an unforgettable riverside dinner.  All meat comes from our families farm in N. Idaho.  PRC has a large garden at their headquarters that feeds rafters!  We do our best to provide all locally grown products.  

Our menu can be customized to fit everyone’s tastes and needs.

Breakfast:
If you’re staying the night with us, hot beverages, fruit and juice will be ready at 8:00 a.m.  Our guides serve you pancakes and sausage or an egg skillet with potatoes around 9:00.

Lunch:
Our riverside lunch varies from pasta salads, chicken mango burritos, chicken & bacon wraps or deli style sandwiches. Juice, veggies, fruit and homemade cookies are served with every lunch.

Dinner:
As mentioned before dinner at our beautiful sandy camp will be something of a treat.  Enjoy a glass of wine or beer with a tasty appetizer of dips and chips. This riverside sit down will be sure to delight your appetite and satisfy your palate with burgers from the family farm, PRC’s famous potatoes and a salad straight from our garden. 

Desserts are served piping hot out of the dutch oven. Enjoy homemade carrot cake or brownies while you wind down by the fire after dinner.

Come have a boat and a bite with PRC!

Water is available throughout all trips. There are reusable water bottles on each boat. If you are a big water drinker, feel free to bring your own bottle. We have great water in Lowman and can fill it for you. In an effort to reduce plastic waste, PRC doesn’t sell single use water bottles.

The owners Sean & Ginger Glaccum are always available if you need assistance with anything. PRC guides are very hospitable and can also assist you!

It all depends on how the weight is distributed. Our lifejackets must fit a 56 inch chest. We handle weight/physical limits on a case by case basis.

You should let the owners Sean & Ginger know if you have ANY physical restrictions as well as any allergies. Anything! From soar shoulder, knee replacement, asthma, gluten and on. If we deem that your safety and the safety of others will be negotiated by your participation, we may ask you to skip part of a trip or opt out.

If you meet the age requirements, you can go! Keep in mind our camp does require a hike of 350Ft up to access your vehicles so you must be somewhat physically fit.

Yes! For anyone going on the big Idaho Whitewater Canyon section, you must be 12. The family friendly rafting trips on the Helende, Kirkham hotsprings section, you must be 5.

Yes to GoPro! We have helmets with the clip connection, make sure you bring your clip. And let the guides know your have a GoPro when you are fitted for your helmet.

We DO NOT recommend bringing your phone. Not even if it’s in a waterproof camera sleeve. It can be damaged when boats are jostled in whitewater, lost or create hazards with any straps connected to it.

PRC will provide photos of your trip at a reasonable price!