Johns River Johns River Camp Bridge to North Carolina Wildlife Access Area at NC 18 Bridge

Collettsville, North Carolina

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The Johns heads up in the Globe area of the Pisgah National Forest. It wanders through farmland and wooded areas until it reaches the backwaters of Duke Power Company’s Lake Rhodhiss, north of Morganton. There is a gap between Sections A and B because of the many low-water bridges located through that stretch.
Carolina Whitewater: A Paddler's Guide to the Western Carolinas

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Carolina Whitewater: A Paddler's Guide to the Western Carolinas

by Bob and David Benner (Menasha Ridge Press)

The Johns heads up in the Globe area of the Pisgah National Forest. It wanders through farmland and wooded areas until it reaches the backwaters of Duke Power Company’s Lake Rhodhiss, north of Morganton. There is a gap between Sections A and B because of the many low-water bridges located through that stretch.

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Activity Type: Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Collettsville
Distance: 22.5
Elevation Loss: Minimal
Duration: 3 sections that take 10 hours to paddle
Class: Class I to II
Local Contacts: Pisgah National Forest
Local Maps: Globe, Collettsville, Morganton North (USGS); Burke, Caldwell (County)
Driving Directions: Directions to Johns River: Johns River Camp Bridge to North Carolina Wildlife Access Area at NC 18 Bridge

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May 2018