The Martha Brae River is a river of Jamaica. It is located in Trelawny Parish on the north coast of Jamaica, towards the western edge, about 6 miles south of Falmouth, Trelawny, Jamaica. The river features rafting. A small village west of the river is named Martha's Brae because of this nearby river. Northwest of the village is Gun Hill, where judge John Bradshaw was reportedly re-buried by his son James Bradshaw, to prevent desecration of his father's remains by King Charles II of England. Rafting on the Martha Brae, the island’s #1 rafting attraction is located approximately three miles inland from the town of Falmouth, birthplace of one of Jamaica’s former Prime Minister, Hugh Shearer. The attraction is a mere twenty miles from Montego Bay and forty miles from Ocho Rios.