Go Whitewater Rafting on Elkhorn Creek


Elkhorn Creek Map, Kentucky

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY—Elkhorn Creek Rafting—Two-hundred feet above the gentle rush of Elkhorn Creek, the limestone bluffs tower, making you feel like you’re in the middle of nowhere–but that’s where you want to be, you want to experienced the secluded wilderness while you learn how to raft in Kentucky. Even though Elkhorn Creek is one mile short of river classification, it’s not short on whitewater, or family fun.

About this Whitewater Rafting Trip

Located just below the Jim Beam Distillery Dam, the most popular rafting trip on the Elkhorn Creek is the class II/class III Gorge section. This is a amazing opportunity to learn the basics of whitewater rafting and paddling before advancing to more difficult rivers.

Choose Elkhorn Creek as your rafting destination today–trips are available in mid-March, and last until the beginning of September.

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