About This Event
Float the James with 37 North Expeditions and JRBP! The James River and its tributaries have over 300 river miles from its headwaters in Webster County all the way to where it empties into Table Rock Lake. Floating the James was the gateway to Ozarks’ recreation in the past and introduced many folks to our beautiful hills, wildlife, and waterways. Float one or all these sections of the James and learn more about our most precious cultural and natural resource – our local water.
Attendees will meet at Springfield Brewing Company at 8:00 am, shuttle to the put-in, enjoy a leisurely 4-5 float, and then shuttle back to SBC where attendees will enjoy a complimentary Blue Canoe Ale! Perfect for new and experienced floaters, plus anyone wanting to learn what makes the James River so special!
Saturday, April 10: Crighton to Southwood Access
Saturday, May 15: Tailwaters to Rivercut Golf Course
Saturday, June 19: Rivercut to Delaware Town Access
Saturday, July 17: Delaware Town to Shelvin Rock Access
Saturday, August 21: Shelvin Rock to Hooten Town Access
Saturday, September 25-26: Hooten Town to H.L. Kerr Access (Overnight)
Saturday, October 16: H.L. Kerr to Galena