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If you go to the left of the put in, you can paddle all the way to the head of the creek and into a few coves that span off the creek.
Most days the water is calm unless it's a summer in the weekend where there may be some boat activity. Even then, it's 6 mph so you should have no trouble.
If you go to the right of the put in, you will head towards the Stoney Creek Bridge however it's a little bit of a paddle to get there. There is more boat/jet ski activity towards that area.
There is a restaurant on the left just before the Stoney Creek Bridge - The Stoney Creek Inn (www.stoneycreekinnrestaurant.com/)
If you go up the creek on the left just before the Stoney Creek bridge - Nabbs Creek - you can also stop at the Nabbs Creek Cafe.
This is a nice paddle with a free boat ramp. Towards the head of the creek, you may see some fox and plenty of birds.
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