Hoosier Canoe & Kayak Club

West Fork White River, A Good Beginner's trip!

  • July 16, 2022
  • CHANGED TO NOBLESVILLE

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!!! TRIP CHANGE !!!!

SATURDAY, JULY 16

10 Mile trip

Meet up at 1030 AM @ put in



Put in: @ Forest Park in Noblesville ( .1 mile north of Swartz's bait shop)

Take out: 116th Eller RD...on Wahpihani Rd (Into the river)

Scouted today to find good water conditions with some shallow areas 2 scrapings, no boat walking...a very pleasant trip with many water foul and few turtles...guarantee a fun adventure or your money back.

Will need an additional 2 cars to shuttle 4-5 people each; My car will hold 6 paddlers. 

Mariann



White River Paddle From Anderson to Perkinsville PAS, our take-out (or

.2 mile from Bonge's Tavern)

Bonges has an Anderson address: 9830 W 280 N, Anderson, IN 46011


Take out: .2 mile past  Bonge's Tavern by Perkinsville PAS-- put Bonge's

Tavern in GPS. Boat ramp is .2 mile past Bonge's on the right ; turn

by white mailbox.

Trip Leader: Mariann Davis, C-317-213-5600, marianndvs@gmail.com

Date: July 16, 2022  

Meet-up time: 10:30 AM @ the put in @ Edgewater park: 801 E. 10th  St. Anderson IN 46016

Meet-up; (for Put-in): Enter Edgewater Park, Anderson in your GPS.

The 13.5 mile trip has its put in at Edgewater Park in Anderson— off 8th St. from Highway 9 in Anderson… (The put-in is approximately 1+ miles east on 8th St. coming up on a grassy berm on the Left. (you will pass a residential area before you see the grassy embankment/berm on left). No street sign, but GPS is accurate. there is a disc golf entrance to put in

What to Bring: PFD, paddle, camera, sunscreen, lunch, dry bag, hat…Dress for the water and air temp.

Contingencies on this paddle: The best water level for this trip is about 250-400 cfs on the Anderson gauge.  If lower we will have to cancel:  Cancelations will be made the evening before the trip by 8 PM.

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This is a beautiful, forgotten section of the White River with a heavily shaded corridor of mature trees. You can sing or hum along with the sounds of the abundant water foul or just enjoy a relaxing paddle in nature's quietude.

Contact Marianndvs@gmail.com for questions.



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