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Missouri whitewater, Bryant Creek

Douglas Ozark county, Vera Cruz to Tecumseh section whitewater kayaking, rafting, and paddling information.


CLASS I     43 miles
  The nature scenery of Douglas Ozark County and the water flowing gracefully down Bryant Creek have people coming here. Whitewater rafting and kayaking in Missouri is often easier than elsewhere, so keep in mind that the rivers in this state are less demanding. You can pitch a tent or park your RV at a nearby campground. You might have to settle for a hotel a bit away from the river if you want to stay the night, and if you make reservations
    in advance you're all set. A stretch of this length does require some preparations, so it looks like you will be camping out. The Vera Cruz to Tecumseh stretch of Bryant Creek in Missouri is 43 miles long and has been determined
by American Whitewater to be a class I section. There are no other sections to paddle along Bryant Creek than the Vera Cruz to Tecumseh section. When you're paddling down a Ozarks river like this one you always get great scenery along the way too. Getting a good workout and a chance to spend some time outdoors are great reasons to come.

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