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Established in 1994 to provide an authentic wilderness experience to visitors of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. Situated along a scenic and remote section of the upper James River in the southern Shenandoah Valley that is known for its...more
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631 James River Rd, Natural Bridge Station, VA 24579-3159
We took the trip down the James River from WCC to Snowden because of the Class III rapids on that stretch. Rented one raft and two kayaks for our group of 5 adults. We were pleased with all aspects of the trip, though a group...More
We contacted Wilderness Canoe Company just a few days before our trip, and we got a quick response that they could shuttle us and our kayaks so that we could do the 9.5 mile trip on the James River. Charlie was awesome - we appreciated...More
Charlie P, Owner at Wilderness Canoe, responded to this reviewResponded September 21, 2017
WCC offers tubing, kayaking and canoeing on the James river. From the office they drive you upstream in a bus and drop you off to follow the river downstream back to the company.
Staff was very friendly and helpful. Before getting in the buss we...More
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Charlie P, Owner at Wilderness Canoe, responded to this reviewResponded April 19, 2017
Best fun EVER, totally worth the price - super friendly and helpful employees. we went tubing, it took about 4hrs+ but you can rent canoes the cut time in 1/2. River is nature at its best,time goes by real fast. bring a camera and a...More
We went tubing. $14 per adult and we paid an extra $5 for a cooler tube. That was a great idea, it held our drinks and sunscreen and a life jacket just in case. Others stop along the way and have a picnic. The trip...More
We like to tube and do it often, and this company has excellent tubes and staff. However, with lower water flow and extreme heat, you need to prepare for 4-5 hours on the river. Sunscreen, hats, spf shirts and a cooler with goodies will serve...More