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Paddle Destinations

ALERT! The Wundermap folks have made changes in the usability of their product. It no longer allows you to map the USGS gauges. I’ll be looking into a replacement for paddlers. I have been using several apps fro paddle trips now. ¬†Rivercast and River Data. ¬†You might also consider RecGovCamp as a way to find campsites. Since many of them also are located near water, you should be able to find a location close to a desired locale.



If you are looking for places to go, check here first for local conditions. Make sure you click the panels on the right to show USGS river gauges.





7 Responses to Paddle Destinations

  1. admin

    If you are looking for a lake to paddle on in Texas, here is a great resource for lake levels. The Texas Water Development Board post the lake level and percent full.
    While I am not a big lake paddler, there are times when they can be quite pleasant.

  2. admin

    This shows a paddle route from Miller Rd and Rowlett Creek out to Lake Ray Hubbard.

  3. admin

    Here is a link to Dallas County. It has many park listing and might prove to be useful o you to find access to a paddle spot.

  4. admin

    Low Water up in New Hampshire has got the folks scrabbling for rivers to run their water water classes. While down here in Texas, we finally have relief from our drought in the northern part of the state. Crazy

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