Wappinger Creek - Red Oak Mills to New Hamburg


Wappinger Creek, New York, US

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Red Oak Mills to New Hamburg

Usual Difficulty I-III (for normal flows)
Length 8 Miles

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
WAPPINGER CREEK NEAR WAPPINGERS FALLS NY
usgs-01372500 200 - 5000 cfs I-III 00h41m 813 cfs (running)
Flow range for best boatability uncertain. Please help your fellow boaters with a comment or report. Gauge (Drainage = 181 sq.mi.) is at the put-in for this reach, thus should accurately show actual flow in this reach.


River Description

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Downstate New York Area Reaches

 

Beer Kill                                          Beer Kill, W. Branch   

Callicoon Creek, E. Branch            Callicoon Creek, N. Branch 

Coxing Kill                                      Croton 

Delaware (1.)                                 Delaware (2. Mongaup Wave)

Delaware (3.)                                 Fishkill Creek 

Mombaccus Creek                         Mongaup 

Moodna Creek                               Neversink (1.) 

Neversink (2.)                                Neversink, E. Branch  

Peters Kill                                       Pocantico 

Popolopen Brook                           Ramapo 

Rochester Creek                            Rondout Creek (1.) 

Rondout Creek (2.)                        Rondout Creek (3.) 

Sandburg Creek                             Stony Brook (1.) 

Stony Brook (2.)                             Wallkill 

Wappinger Creek

 

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Last Updated: 2016-04-26 13:01:36

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