We are unsure of feasibility of access to this stretch of river. It appears all land in this area is likely held by industries (Escanaba Paper, quarries, railroads, etc). If you can find or request parking, and if not run off the riverbanks, park as near as you can, hike up and boat down. There is an island splitting the flow, and features may exist on each side, making various play opportunities.
SO . . . have you checked this out? It is possible to boat? How good are the features, and what flows work well here? Help out your fellow boaters! Add a comment or report, with photo/video if possible!
USGS lists a sampling site at this location with drainage area of 920 square miles.
Floated at 1450 in a packraft. Solid class 2. Smooth ride. Definitley a few play spots/ durable waves.
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Permits are not required for this reach.
If/when feasible, this will be a park-and-play, so we are defaulting directions to show how to get here from your home zipcode. You may use the text-entry box to specify any specific address to get drive time, distance, and directions.
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