Tag: Salt River Arizona

Salt River Rafting – Five Reasons it’s the Best in AZ

Salt River Rafting. The Salt River in Arizona is some of the best whitewater rafting in the US. Rafting enthusiast will bicker endlessly when it comes to ranking the rivers of Arizona. Here’s why the Salt River is the best white water rafting out of all AZ has to offer. Disagree with us? Let us […]

Arizona Spring Training Sure Fire Excitment

In this article we’ll go over Arizona spring training and other adventures that are perfect for visitors coming to watch the cactus league players. Read on for helpful information and tips on the unique experience that is Arizona spring training.   About Arizona Spring Training:   Every year MLB teams from across the nation head […]

Spring Break: Exciting & Amazing Secrets of Arizona

Arizona is perfect for spring break because of it’s warm weather, abundant sunshine, and endless natural beauty. Want to escape the noisy crowds of the traditional spring break locations? Want to spend time outdoors experiencing the amazing beauty of the southwest? Ready for an adventure? Read on to discover some of the hidden gems Arizona […]

White Water Rafting Arizona

White water rafting Arizona? To most people that can only mean the the Grand Canyon. But have you heard of the Salt River? The white water rafting Arizona offers isn’t complete without a trip on the Salt River. Near Phoenix and Tucson, this river provides some of the best rafting in Arizona. Don’t have 10-14 […]

Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the National Park Service

  On August 25th in 1916, with great foresight, Woodrow Wilson signed the National Park Service into existence. It was this act that created the famous mission statement of the National Park Service: “To conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and the wildlife therein to provide for the enjoyment of the same […]

The History of the "Other Grand Canyon"

The mighty Salt River – known as Arizona’s “Other Grand Canyon” and the lifeblood of Phoenix and the Metro area. The river begins high in the White Mountains and emerges from a confluence of the White and Black Rivers. It’s 200 miles in length, flowing through Phoenix and into the Gila River. Following the water […]

Arizona Rafting: 5 Reasons to Raft the Salt River in 2016

Are you over the winter cold and snow? Start planning your spring break vacation! Arizona’s Salt River is the perfect getaway for spring break. Here’s a list of why you should raft the Salt River in 2016.   Salt River rafting is predicted to be the best season in two decades thanks to El Nino. […]

Celebrating 20 Years With A Wave of New Adventures

Thrilled to be commencing our 20th year in business, we’re launching the New Year with a splash.   We couldn’t be happier to be celebrating 20 years of Mild to Wild. And to welcome another season, we have invested in some excellent new events and trips this year. Join us as we get ready for […]

Salt River Campsite Activities!

There’s still time to plan your Arizona whitewater adventure, and if rafting through the 2,000 foot deep Salt River Canyon with Class I – III rapids wasn’t enough to peak your interest, check out these other activities that you can encounter in this unique desert wilderness! Horseshoes – Enjoy an outdoor game played between two […]

Salt River Press!

Mild to Wild got the chance to take Steve Bodine of Channel 3 News in Phoenix on an Arizona rafting trip through the Salt River Canyon this past week and it sounds like he had a great time!

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