Links to the USGS live stream flow data for the Flatrock River

Click the numbered links below for current gauging station data:

03363500 Flatrock R. at St. Paul Elaine Lewis recommends paddling the upper reaches of the Flatrock with at least 200 CFS (cubic feet per second) on the St. Paul gauge. She notes that at over 500 CFS lots of the "fun stuff" gets washed out. Only experienced paddlers could try higher water levels because of high standing waves and strainers that are difficult to navigate.
03364000 East Fork of White River right where the Flatrock goes into it at Columbus Murphy Smith reports that 1000 CFS (cubic feet per second) is barely enough flow for his solo canoe, and there are enough mild rapids that one must always pay attention to the river.

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Outdoor Resources:
Other Information: - Indiana's Online Outdoor Recreation Guide