Great Miami River: Russells Point-DeGraff
Logan County, Ohio
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04 :39 hrs
11 mi
12 ft
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Kayaking
Canoeing

The Great Miami River was once a free-flowing river and its main purpose was to provide transportation in the early 1900s. It was named after a tribe of Native Americans who built towns that turned into cities. Now it is one of the most heavily industrialized areas in the nation. There is still scenic and quiet paddling to be found. Beginning at Russells Point off highway 708 this northern section flows straight through steep banks. The river is narrow here and the terrain is flat. Takeout is at OH 508 in DeGraff.

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