Hocking HillsHocking Hills Canoeing

 

 

Hocking Hills Canoeing

 

There's lots of river to discover just south of Columbus! Canoeing, kayaking, rafting are all a part of a Hocking Hills adventure. If there's water, folks will find a way to get wet in it. Whether you are traveling with the family or heading out for the highway alone, you can explore the wetter side of the region right here in the Hocking Hills.

If you want to rent a canoe:

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 Canoeing Hocking Hills


WATERWAY SCALE OF 
RIVER
DIFFICULTY
MILES 
INSIDE 
OHIO
Little Scioto River I 27.2
Olentangy River (State Scenic River) I - III 88.5
Scioto River I 230.8
Alum Creek I 55.8
Big Walnut Creek I 74.2
Big Darby Creek (State and National Scenic River) I 78.7
Deer Creek I 67.1
Hocking River I 94.9
Paint Creek -- Main Branch, North Fork I - III 94.7
Salt Creek I - I+ 45.4
Raccoon Creek I - II 109.0
Rocky Fork Creek I - II 27.5
Ohio Brush Creek I 57.1
Scioto Brush Creek  I 36.0
Symmes Creek I 70.0

If you have your own Canoe: Access Areas -

Ohio Division of Watercraft Map (click to enlarge)

Ohio Division of Watercraft Map (click to enlarge)