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Mt Creek - Gagetown Island, Gagetown

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Dungarvon River

Water Levels

River Reports

1.4 metres

Canyak says, "I just paddled this beautiful river today in a 16 ft kayak. There was just enough water on the Dungarvon for a kayak, as long as you don't mind scraping some rocks. The run between the Holtville Road bridge to Ledgie Landing bridge was 15k, and took me 2 hours of good paddling. The run through "The Jaws" and "The Narrows" was fun with just adequate water. The more quiet stretch from Ledgie Landing to the Renous was very pleasant and with deeper water. I took out at the Grainfield bridge over the Renous. It was about 48 k, and was 6 hours of fast paddling. This stretch could be done by canoe now, but the first 10k below Ledgie Landing has some bump and scrape sections. Don't take yer fancy cedarstripper."

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Real-Time Levels

For real-time water levels go to the Blackville Guage (01BO001) on the Government of Canada website.

Blackville Guage 2023

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