The Jackson River Runners' Museum at Mad River tells the story of America's river pioneers, the boats they used, the hardships they endured, and the adventurous life they lived.
View artifacts, photos, videos, actual historic rafts as well as authenic replicas of the boats used during the early days on the river.
Come relive the exciting journeys of the early river explorers. View "Charlie", the first inflatable rubber raft ever made, on loan from the Utah Historical Society.
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Mad River Boat Trips is located in the beautiful Jackson Hole Valley in northwestern Wyoming, just south of Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park.
The Snake River begins its journey in the rugged backcountry of Yellowstone National Park and gathers water as it heads south toward Jackson Hole through Grand Teton National Park. The river exits the south end of Jackson Hole through the winding Snake River Canyon, lined with trees and steep granite walls, small alpine meadows and abundant wildlife. It’s on this section of the Snake that you’ll experience some of the wildest whitewater in the Rocky Mountains.