Gauge Description:

Flow in this river tends to be adequate most of the year due to a number of springs, including Missouri's second largest (Greer Spring). The gauge is right at the suggested take-out, thus very accurately reflects flow (at least for the later portions of this reach). The river may certainly be floated at much lower levels, but you should be prepared to scrape across many of the shoals.

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
Eleven Point River near Bardley, MO
usgs-07071500 400 - 4000 cfs I 00h29m 885 cfs (running)
Gauge (793 sq.mi.drainage) is at take out, so very accurately reflects flow for this reach.
gauge graph
RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
400 -4000 cfs barely runnable-high runnable I gauge is important or has warning

Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.

When River/Gauge Subject Level Reporter
[ ] Brian at Riverton Rapids Normal Barry Joyce
> 10 years [MO] Ben, "Britt" and Andrew at Greer Campground n/a Barry Joyce
> 10 years [MO] Ben, "Britt" and Andrew at Greer Campground n/a Barry Joyce
> 10 years [MO] Brian at Mary Decker Shoals on Eleven Point River n/a Barry Joyce
> 10 years [MO] This river is fun for all ages, the pup too n/a Barry Joyce
> 10 years 11 Point, below Greenbriar Camp [MO] Trout on the Eleven Point n/a Barry Joyce
> 10 years Eleven Point [MO] Eleven Point summer fun NA Barry Joyce
> 10 years 11 Point [ ] Ocoee Veteran and trip photographer Summer flow Barry Joyce
> 10 years [ ] Barry running Riverton Rapids Normal Barry Joyce
> 10 years Eleven Point [MO] Ben and Andrew-Riverton Rapids n/a Barry Joyce
> 10 years [ ] Early morning camp on the 11 Point n/a Barry Joyce