I was sufficiently surprised by the food and craft beer selection here to write a review. Visiting on 2 days in April, I found a wide variety of 20 beers on tap. The least exotic of these was Magic Hat #9. These also included Anderson Valley Bourbon Barrel Stout, Great Divide Colette, two New Belgium Lips of Faith, two Allagash, and several locals. They do have about 40 more beers in cans and bottles, including a bunch of the usual macro brews, but these also included Stone Ruination, two from Rogue, three from Dogfish, Chimay Red and a Delirium. Small bar, limited indoor seating at tables, and at least three patio areas -- all overlook the whitewater runs and serve as an excellent place to watch the sunset. Food, including chili and salads, was excellent.
Awesome facilities, with numerous possibilities for recreational activities involving whitewater, but also including zip lines, ropes courses, and other activities. Heavy emphasis on instruction.
No entrance fee but $5 parking fee.
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