The owner of the house has requested that we do not boat thru it. The house is a family home that is 200 years old. Please respect the residents wishes.
AW Regional Streamkeeper
Beaver Creek should be runable if the Antietam gauge is above 4.2 feet.
There is a gauge just upstream of the putin. It was 1.3 the first time I did this run, which was a little low but still doable. I ran it again at 1.6 and found that to be a much better water level.
Permits are not required for this reach.
We have no additional detail on this route.
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Bobby Miller running the drop in the house
Drop through the house
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