This may not ever be worth the hassle, but is being included for some 'completeness'.
Downstream of Prickett Dam (for about 1.7 river-miles) there is litle but flat and flowing (good current) water, until it encounters a fine rocky/ledgey shoals. Access would be via an 'unimproved' road, then hiking in (and back out) about a quarter-mile to find this (roughly) 130-yard long stretch.
So . . . is this possible? (Is it accessible? Or is that road gated or impassible?) Is it worthwhile? Is there any real play here (in an area much more known for spring creek-boating runs)? Or is this totally not worth anyone ever wasting time to check out? We need your input! If you have looked (or tried to look) at this location, please help out your fellow boaters by adding a comment below, or a report (complete with photos/videos if you have them).
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Since this is being offered (at best) as a possible park-and-play, we have set the 'shuttle directions' to default to provide routing from your home zipcode to as near as routing can get you to this location.
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