Onion Creek is a small stream with some fast turns, boulders, and a couple broken limestone ledges (riffles).
It is a tributary to Squaw Creek (where, in fact, the listed take-out for this reach lies), which is tributary to the Skunk River.
Measure down from the bridge decking at the put-in (North Dakota Avenue). About 11 ft of "airspace" is needed for a good run.
Permits are not required for this reach.
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