Spring Rains Means Exciting Canoeing
Posted on March 28th, 2011
Spring is the time to float the upper regions of many of the Ozarks fastest streams. These creeks and rivers that produce the best whitewater, are often too low to float in mid summer. So, put your “J-stroke” on the shelf, polish up on your “draw” and let Chris at DiscoverBranson point your bow towards a few standing waves.
( This photo is of the Mulberry River in NW Arkansas)