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Mt Creek - Gagetown Island, Gagetown

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Magaguadavic River

Water Levels

River Reports

1.95 metres

Mitchell says, "The level was at a really good height. Not too many rapids on the first day but Long rips and Mcdougall falls had some nice waves. Most rocks were under water through the rapids."

2-2.3 metres

Ryan says, "This is a wonderful run at this water level, some interesting rips and drops that are worth scouting if you're unfamiliar, and you can portage MacDougall Falls if you're not feeling brave."

2.8 metres

David J. says, "The water was a perfect level." Note: There are falls below the last Bridge.

2.9 metres

dbradford says, "The rapids were roaring and frothy bundles of raw power. I would not recommend this trip by canoe until the water drops maybe a foot or two."

Read his full trip report.

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Real-Time Levels

For real-time water levels go to the Magaguadavic River at Elmcroft Guage (01AQ002) on the Government of Canada website.

Magaguadavic River at Elmcroft Guage 2023

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