Time on the Water - Piney Creek Clean-Up!

June 22, 2019

Date: June 22, Saturday
Time: 9 AM Meeting time         
Shuttle to take out         
Start 10 AM         

This will be about a three hour, 6.3 mile float. Trash bags and gloves will be provided.

Location: Gorby Road crossing to Art Jones property near the Boswell Road bridge. Bring your kayaks and canoes and join us in a fun float.

Let's keep Piney Creek clean!

AGE LIMIT:  No one 12 and under, please. Piney Creek is not for novice boaters. Rapids (Class 1) and boulders are frequent.  Life jackets are required.

Piney Creek is a winding tributary of the White River that begins in northern Izard County and flows about 18 miles to its confluence with the White, 3 miles downstream of Calico Rock.

The watershed is composed primarily of hardwood and cedar forest,extensive limestone glade, and pasture land. The upper 1/2 of the stream runs through dolomitic limestone formations, the lower half through sandstone and shale.Most of the stream is less than 50 feet wide, few deep pools are present, and much of the stream is habitat limited. The bottom of the stream consists mainly of sand in the pools, and gravel in shoals and riffles with some bedrock and boulders. The flow of the creek is strongly influenced by spring water. Spring boils are numerous along the creek in sandy areas.

The stream is privately owned so - GET LANDOWNER PERMISSION BEFORE FISHING IT! There is some public access from low water bridges on county roads.