Crowe River Water Trail
Allow about 5 hours for a one way trip down the Crowe River from Marmora to Campbellford.
In spring this would be a fast-moving jaunt with class 2 rapids in some spots; otherwise in the summer it's a leisurely trip passing farmland, parkland (Crowe Bridge Park, Campbellford), Lock 16 on the Trent-Severn Waterway southbound into Campbellford.
A navigational map is recommended since there is one portage at Allen Mills.
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