This creek, long a favorite with fly fishermen, is nearly the size of the Niangua River, but has a less constant water supply. In recent years, Beaver Creek, which flows through the Mark Twain National Forest, has become popular with paddlers, due to its general attractiveness and its good gradient. Summer floats, unless you want to wade and fish, should start in the Bradleyville area or below.

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Beaver Creek

Map courtesy of http://missouricanoe.org