W.Br. at put-in: 1.78 sq.mi.
W.Br. at confluence: 2.75 sq.mi.
Mainstem before confluence: 2.41 sq.mi.
Mainstem after confluence: 5.16 sq.mi.
This is an alterante access point/hike up falls.
The Locals aren't very friendly to kayakers. I checked with the Ohio DNR about running this nice creek that runs through a Nature preserve to discover it's allowable if you put in before the preserve - which is nearly impossible without trespassing. There is a nice wave where Halls Creek runs into the Little Miami that you can play on. Best river level is from 5.5 - 6.5'
6 years ago
by Mark Folta
8 years ago
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West Fork Hall's Creek falls
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Matt B on Halls Main Stem
Matt B on Hall's Creek
East Fork Hall's Creek
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