Princeton Dam to White River Dam - May 21
SATURDAY'S PADDLE IS CANCELED FOR WEATHER
JOIN US SUNDAY FOR THIS ROUTE.↵
This trip takes us through Princeton, an antique shopping stronghold and home to the state's largest flea market. After a stop for an ice cream there, we paddle on to the rural marshlands leading to the White River Dam. We will camp for the night at Mecan River Outfitters west of Princeton on Hwy. 23.
Please let us know! Tap the button to notify us. It helps us plan but doesn't commit you to the trip. You will register and pay at the launch. Paddles cost $10 per paddler; under 16 free with an adult. Make registration go faster. Fill out your ACA Adult Waiver of ACA Youth Waiver in advance and bring it to the landing. This is a good time to become a member of NEWP for $10 per year.
At a Glance
SUNDAY MAY 21
Arrive: Starting at 9:30 a.m. for shuttle (15 min. each way)
Launch: 11 a.m., Princeton Dam. Restrooms available.
Lunch: Bring your own and eat on the water.
Land: White River Dam. No restrooms available. ETA 3 p.m.
Difficulty: Intermediate for distance and lack of early take-out spots.
For the safety of all, ACA rules require you must wear your PDF (lifejacket) AT ALL TIMES when on the water and no alcohol during paddles, Bring water, sunscreen and select a paddle buddy.
What if there's weather?
We will paddle in rain. We will immediately get off the water if there is lightning. Check here at our webpage or on our Facebook page if the weather threatens to cancel the event. If you have pre-registered, check your email for updates.
Mecan River Outfitters west of Princeton.
NEWP members may arrange to borrow club boats. Public rentals are available from these vendors: