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WildWater Company Profile

Wildwater, the oldest outfitter in the Southeast, started on the Chattooga River in June of 1971. Jim and Jeanette Greiner pioneered the company, along with the help of their four children. Today, the company has grown beyond the family boundaries on the Chattooga River to include the Ocoee, Nantahala, and the Pigeon Adventure Centers. In addition to whitewater rafting, Wildwater offers zipline/canopy tours, canoe and kayak clinics, Raft & Rail© excursion, high ropes course, climbing walls, teambuilding, and a variety of lodging facilities- Falling Waters Adventure Resort, the largest, was opened in July, 1998. Wildwater is widely recognized as one of the finest whitewater rafting outfitters in the country. Since 1971, our attention to detail has made us a leader in the outdoor adventure industry. Providing high quality experiences on our adventure rafting trips is our number one priority. You may not recognize our state-of-the-art equipment or see our staff training programs, but you will recognize our commitment to Quality, Safety, and Service.

News from WildWater:

Wildwater Adventures Celebrates September – The Secret Season in the Smokies

LONG CREEK, S.C., Aug. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Savvy travelers know that when the summer season starts to wane, they head up to the mountains for the secret season. July and August have traditionally been the height of the summer season in the Smokies. The month may change but the weather stays the…

Wildwater Adventures Makes a Splash During the Dog Days of Summer with River and Canopy Tours

LONG CREEK, S.C., Aug. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – The Dog Days of Summer are named for the star Sirius, the Dog Star, and is associated with hot weather in July and August. There is no better place to escape the heat of summer than the Great Smoky Mountains and Blue Ridge Mountains. Generations of travel…