Visit Ohiopyle

Raft, Hike, & Bike in Ohiopyle

White Water Adventurers


White Water Adventurers is the leading rafting outfitter in Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania. Come and feel the roar of the river beneath your whitewater raft. Taking a whitewater adventure with your friends and family will help you to forget the stresses of everyday life. Come have a true whitewater getaway with White Water Adventurers, right here in Ohiopyle, PA.

White Water Adventurers is located inside of Ohiopyle State Park alongside the Youghiogheny River and in the middle of western Pennsylvania’s best known outdoor adventure destination. We are only an hour southeast of Pittsburgh.

  • Family-friendly rafting on the Middle Yough, Class I and II
  • The most popular rafting trip in Ohiopyle, the Lower Yough, Class III
  • The ultimate whitewater river, the Upper Yough, Class V

Ohiopyle State Park


Ohiopyle State Park, located in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, is over 19,000 acres of beautiful forests, relaxing waterfalls, and some of the best whitewater on the east coast.

Located at the heart of Ohiopyle State Park is Ohiopyle Falls, a 19-foot waterfall stretching all the whole way across the Youghiogheny River, which flows through the park. There are observation decks overlooking the falls in the day use area.

The day use area is the central point for the casual visitor to the park. You will find restrooms, a gift shop and parking there.

There are many activities for the whole family in Ohiopyle State Park. The park is best known for its whitewater rafting. There are almost 20 miles of the Youghiogheny River that can be rafted from the park, including the Lower and Middle sections.

Hiking and biking are always very popular activities at Ohiopyle. There are over 27 miles of biking trails and 13 miles of hiking trails within the park, including the Youghiogheny River Trail, which follows the Youghiogheny River, offering spectacular views of the river and its many rapids.

Ohiopyle also has some of the best fishing around, with brown trout, and smallmouth bass being plentiful throughout the river.