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Huron (Washtenaw) - B) Ann Arbor "Argo Cascades" (PnP)
Likely very high and pushy and washing out features (depending upon how much water is apportioned to the course versus the main channel). Gauge (729 sq.mi. drainage) just downstream of this location accurately reflects water available. Expect regulation of flows in the course vs.main channel.
This water park consists of a series of nine tame drops into pools, largely as a
canoe bypass around the Argo dam. The city runs two liveries which rent one- and two-person
kayaks ('sit-on-tops') and rafts. Separately, it is free to the general public to
bring personally-owned inflatables (mostly inner-tubes and the like), canoes or kayaks to run the
gentle rips to cool off in summer.
There had also been plans for a more serious whitewater feature or two (which might draw
legitimate whitewater boaters' interests) but this has been much more controversial.
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