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Conneaut Creek in Pennsylvania

Trip Overview

Conneaut Creek is usually too shallow in the summer for good paddling. But after a decent rain (about an inch or so the previous day or two) this creek becomes one of the best paddles in the area, even rivaling French Creek in remote beauty.

Put in at the foot of McKee road, river right (W080 deg 25.834' N41 deg 55.234')
Take out at covered bridge on Middle Rd., river left. (W080 deg 32.778' N 41 deg 54.094')

Trip length is 8 miles of ripples less than class 1 and lots of rocks to avoid. Don't bring your Nordkapp or Rommney; plastic is recommend in case you don't miss all the lovely stones.

Accommodations:

none

Fees:

no

Directions:

West of Albion, PA off Rt 6N

  • Skill Level: Beginner
  • Water Type: River/Creek (Up to Class II)
  • Group Rates: No

Locations on this Trip