Skagit Eagle Raft Trip

Skagit River Bald Eagle Adventures


     SALE PRICE $43 through December 1

We are the Eagle Kings. We are on the river daily and know where to find   the most eagles at any given time. We provide the most comfortable and   convenient rafts to view the eagles.

We even have the only Bathroom available right on the river. A surprise on every trip. We bring you up-close and personal with the Best Rafting Equipment available.
We provide all the necessary foul weather gear for your comfort and convenience with a Special Surprise at the end of each eagle adventure.
Photographers special! We are the first ones on the river for this Photo OPJoin us!
We are in a special place. The Skagit River Bald Eagle Sanctuary and on a wild and scenic section of the skagit with only 2 % of our Water Ways designated as wild and scenic.

The Bald Eagle Raft Adventure is offered between November and the first week in March when the largest concentration of wintering Bald Eagles found anywhere within the lower 48 states visit the Skagit River. You can expect to see 20 to 200 or more eagles in their natural habitat.The Bald Eagles migrate south from Canada and Alaska to find good food and clean water. The Skagit River, bordered by maple and cottonwood trees large enough to support the huge birds, provides the environment to suit their tastes.

Spawned-out Salmon line the shore of the river and the giant eagles feed all winter on the migratory fish. Now you can enjoy the thrill of seeing these magnificent birds while you float quietly down the Skagit River.As your naturalist, guide takes you on your journey down the river, marvel at the gorgeous scenery and the splendor of Mt. Baker in the background.  We’ve have offered this trip since 1974 and it remains a popular yearly event!

This is a perfect occasion to observe and photograph these majestic birds in their natural surroundings. The sheer power and magnitude of the bald eagles is truly awesome. Join us!!! Our personable guides are very knowledgeable about this area and the river. Many of them have been guiding this trip for 10 years or more and they fully enjoy sharing this wonder with visitors. Very adept at spotting plant and wildlife your guide will relate the rich history and ecology of the Skagit. This 8 mile float covers the area where the most of the Bald Eagles can be viewed, the Wild and Scenic Section of the Skagit River.

The trip takes about 3 hours and is suitable for all ages as there is no white water. Bring your cameras for the many photo opportunities.  Meet at Howard Miller Steelhead Park in Rockport, Washington. The U.S. Forest Service limits commercial rafting hours on the river in order to provide sufficient time for eagles to feed without interference.

Prior to embarking on your safe inflatable raft our guides will brief you with our safety talk about this trip.   We provide shuttle service, life jackets and extra rain ponchos when necessary. Please see information in What To Wear section for proper clothing for the weather conditions on this outing.   Listen to a recent trip on KUOW Northwest public radio or read about us in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer Getaway Guide.

Skagit River Bald Eagle Float 


Book between now and December 1 (Not Mini Version)

Price Adults: $87 per person    SALE PRICE $43 through December 1

 Price Children & Seniors: (12 & under) or Seniors (65 & older): $77

*Special Group Prices (for groups of 12 or more)

Mini Bald Eagle Float – Short Version

Concerned about spending too much time on the river? We now offer a modified float trip to get you to the heart of the eagles. Allow 1.5 hours and make this a memorable part of your trip to the Skagit River. Now is the time for eagles. We’re seeing anywhere around 100 or more. This shortened version of the float trip will take you right through the heart of the eagle concentration.

Weekends no minimums / Weekdays minimum of 4 passengers
Times available: 10 AM  1 PM
Price–All Ages (no lunch available on this trip): $45  
Note there is no lunch available with this trip. Please call us if you have any questions.
Need a Place to Stay Overnight? See Skagit Information

Contact Information

Contact us for more information and details, or about and special services:
Telephone: 907-251-6502
Please note: Trips are not cancelled due to rain or cold weather.