Rancocas Pathways, the Offical  Applicant  of
the Rancocas Creek National Water Trail, nomination
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Rancocas Pathways Inc.
Offical Applicant of the RCNWT nomination

Rancocas Pathways, a 501c3 organization dedicated 2 enhanced
 multi-use public access n promotes the nomination
 of a Rancocas Ceek
National
Water Trail through fun, recreation,
stewardship, exercise,
conservation and education.



Paddle Safe


Number 1 Safety Tip


 Wear Ur Life Jacket


Safety First and Foremost


Read the Creek


Avoid Snags/Strainers


Don't get Hooked


N. Branch Gauge, Mt. Holly.

If it reads "10" your in the wrong place

Read the Creek

at the Mt. Holly Weir,  

Ride the Tide  


Photo Shows the Mt. Holly Weir at  Low-Tide.  See photo in page heading.  Note Differences.  



Paddle Notes:  At different water (tide) levels the Mt. Holly weir is not passable nor safe to paddle.  Ride the tide. "Read the Creek" (scout) from King Street Bridge when driving to put-in.  Safely paddle the Mt. Holly Oxbow depending on tide levels.  


Mt. Holly Weir, Mid-Tide


LOOK TO AVOID THE HOOK


Paddle Safe, Ride the Tide.




 CLICK 2 READ A GAUGE THAT SHOWS THE DAILY

 WATER LEVELS OF THE N. BRANCH.  THIS IS NOT A TIDAL CHART.  


"READ THE CREEK" AS YOU DRIVE OVER THE KING STREET BRIDGE.  

"RIDE THE TIDE" , "HOOK 2 LOOK"  PADDLE SAFE.