KODI Rafting’s Clear Creek Outpost
All Clear Creek Raft Trips leave from here.
Clear Creek Outpost
999 County Road 308
Dumont, CO 80436
Whitewater rafting close to Denver and Summit County, CO. Clear Creek dashes along the Interstate 70 corridor, swiftly carrying water east from the Continental Divide toward the Front Range. Along its run is whitewater galore for those looking for family activities in and around Idaho Springs – from extreme rafting adventures ideal for the strong of heart, to dynamic rapids perfect for families wanting to raft with older children.
Our Summit County rafting enterprise extends its reach into Idaho Springs’ Clear Creek because we want to offer the best in rafting with easy access from Denver, the Denver International Airport and the Colorado Front Range. Our Clear Creek Outpost has ready access to other things to do in Idaho Springs, such as mine tours, an historic main street, and fun, family-friendly restaurants like Beau Jo’s Mountain Pies and Tommyknocker Brewery.
On your way to Winter Park and looking for something fun to do to break up the drive? Stop by for a few hours to enjoy one of Colorado’s favorite activities – whitewater rafting – before heading up and over Berthoud Pass. Can’t get enough of Berthoud Pass’ scenic beauty? Come visit us again, as we’re a quick drive over the beautiful mountain pass – and perfect for rafting fun on your family vacation.
Map & Directions to KODI Rafting’s Clear Creek Outpost
From Breckenridge/Frisco/Copper Mountain.:
Get on I-70 Eastbound toward Denver. Take Exit 234. When you get to the stop sign, turn left and cross under the Interstate, and take a right on Co Rd 308. Our Clear Creek Outpost is on the left inside Breeze. Allow 45 minutes driving time.
From Denver: Take I-70 West to Exit 235. Continue straight through the stop sign. We are located inside Breeze about ¾ of a mile down Co Rd 308 on the right hand side of the road. Allow 40 minutes – 1 hour driving time.
Raft Trips Departing from the Clear Creek Outpost
Lodging & Restaurants
There are several restaurants nearby the KODI Outpost, and some great choices in Georgetown and Idaho Springs. Plenty of lodging and camping is available along the 1-70 corridor. Ask your guides for more information — they’re always happy to help.