The Great Eleven Point River Float

Let’s fill the river with people!

The Randolph County Tourism Association invites groups and individuals to join us in The Great Eleven Point River Float, to be held Saturday, June 30, hosted by the Randolph County Tourism Association.

Our goal is to see how many people we can get for a float on our county’s finest floating river. The winner will receive a large trophy and a $100 cash prize. Join your neighbors to float the beautiful, shady 11 Point!

Participants are free to travel at their own pace. The prize will be awarded to the group with the most participants, not to the fastest to cover the course. There is no charge to participate.

Participants will put-in between 9 a.m. and noon on June 30. The float begins at 9931 HWY 93, the site of the former Woody’s Campground, four miles north of Dalton on Highway 93, and ends at the river access point at Dalton.

Participants must furnish their own boats, tubes, kayaks, or canoes—only one motorized boat allowed per group. Proper safety gear such as life preservers must accompany each vessel. Groups are responsible for their own take-out transportation at Dalton.

Sign-up sheets are available at the Pocahontas Visitor Information Center at the Old train Depot, or online at Sign-up sheets must be turned in by Friday, June 29 or at the event.

For more information, call 248-0069 (alternate number 378-2089).
Thanks to Chuck King for making the starting-point facility (former Woody’s Campground) available for this event.

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