Flowing through some of Ohio’s wildest and most
scenic areas, Little Beaver Creek in Columbiana
County was the first in Ohio to be designated a Wild
River. We’ve had a great time paddling the Little
Beaver! If the water level is up, we’ll start upstream Saturday morning and paddle about 10 miles back to the state park. Sunday we’ll paddle downstream toward the
Ohio River (about 14 miles). Maybe. Be prepared
to be flexible. The paddling is mostly flat water with the occasional riffle and perhaps a Class II if the water level is right (nothing really challenging). The scenery is
unbelievable, the camping fun, the camaraderie abundant and there will be plenty of stories around the campfire!
We’ll be camping at the state park Friday and Saturday
nights, so we won’t be carrying any camping gear on
board (just your lunch, snacks and drink . . . and dry
clothes in case of a swim!). Little Beaver Creek State
Park is a 3.5 hour drive from Columbus. The weather
is expected to be perfect, so plan on going!
Walt Taylor 614/519-8633 or email@example.com