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View of Cabins: Rustic Camping along the scenic Hocking River
The River Runs Dry Water conditions are lower than normal. No rafts allowed. Two people maximum per canoe. Children under 10 and nonswimmers must wear lifejackets. This level is applied when water level is less that 100 CFPS
Smooth Sailing Ideal water conditions. All watercrafts can go although rafts are not recommended. Two adults and two children per canoe. Children under 10 and non-swimmers must wear lifejackets. This water level is valid when water levels are between 100 to 700 CFPS
Slippery When Wet Trip I or II only! River is higher than normal. Use caution. Everyone must wear lifejackets. Only experienced canoeist will be allowed to take canoes or kayaks. Unexperienced canoeist must take rafts. An experienced canoeist will be determined by the staff at HVCL. Children under 10 must go in a raft. No tubes. No alcohol in canoes. Slippery when wet applies when CFPS is betweeen 700 and 1000 CFPS.
Surgeon General Warning Rafts only on the Hocking River. Canoes and kayaks can be transported to Lake Logan. This condition applies when water levels are between 1000 and 2000 CFPS
River Wild River is much higher than normal. Possible flooding. No river trips on the Hocking River. Canoes and kayaks can be transported to Lake Logan. River Wild is valid when water is higher than 2000 CFPS

 

 

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