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Des Moines River Home
Des Moines River -- Love it, Explore it, Support it
Because the Des Moines River doesn't begin at Hwy 20 and end at Hwy. 92
DSM River Home
aware-2004
Father of Ia Water Trls
Float Trips
GPS Coordinates
Resources
Trip Reports 2007
Trip Reports 2008
Trip Reports 2009
Des Moines River Water Trail-est. 2000 Best viewed in Classic mode (at bottom of page) on mobile devices
This site is dedicated to Dick LeCroy, who worked tirelessly for conservation and the Des Moines River for many decades. In 1999, Dick took on the establishment of the water trail and was of immeasurable assistance in all efforts to make it a reality. Sadly, he passed away before funding could be fully secured. He would be most proud of what has been accomplished and would be impatient to finish the work.
Dick and his wife have the Glendale Mausoleum in Des Moines as their last resting place. The mausoleum is in need of repair, and donations are being solicited. If you would care to help, send a check to Glendale Cemetery, 4909 University Ave., Des Moines, IA 50311--attn. Glendale Cemetery Mausoleum Abbey. Many hundreds of other Des Moines citizens who made a great difference to our city are also buried in the Abbey.
Featured page: The pristine beauty of the Des Moines River in 1835 as described in Lt. Albert Lea's survey report, Notes on the Wisconsin Territory
See Access Points. View hundreds of river pix
2015-2016 Events
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has partnered with the Des Moines Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) to create a master plan for improving the water trails and nearby greenways in the Greater Des Moines region. Once complete, the master plan will provide a long-range regional vision for how local governments, businesses and other organizations can collaborate to improve the region's waterways for better recreation, enhanced conservation and improved economic vitality.
The first step in the planning process is engage the public, starting this month with four events and a range of activities including speakers, paddling excursions, and a public art installation. For more information, click here.
This is a wonderful opportunity to reconnect the rivers in the Des Moines area, which are currently disconnected by 3 dangerous low head dams. It is also an opportunity to reconnect the people with the natural beauty and recreational opportunities that enhance the lives of all who come down to the rivers. In the decade since the Riverwalk and the DNR Rivers Program came into existence, much has been accomplished and much has been learned. There are multiple examples of projects that have made the rivers more accessible, including Charles City, Elkader, Manchester, and a converted low head dam in Boone. The Riverwalk needs a river component, there is expertise that was not available 10 years ago, and there is a willingness to bring all stake holders together. As the father and grandfather of Iowa Water Trails, I am excited about the possibilities.
2014 events
10/1/14_The Dam Solution -- I really enjoyed this class -- thinking of a time when the dams in downtown Des Moines are "fixed" -- The class was highly visual, with imagery and videos that helped explain both serious and fun topics. Then, the focus shifted to examples
of safer, innovative solutions communities are embracing across Iowa.
Three low-head dams in Des Moines - Center Street, Scott Ave., and
Fleur Drive dams - served as case studies where 19 deaths have
occurred over the years and fisheries productivity is reduced. The
technology and know-how is now available to fix these dams to reduce
deaths. The same solutions can often reconnect fish movement while
reducing navigation barriers. We learned about the latest research and
exciting solutions to dam problems in central Iowa and beyond.
There is so much going on with water trails and on the Des Moines River Water Trail. The DNR, the county Conservation Boards, the RCDs, Fish and Wildlife, Federal Recreational Trails and cities and counties are doing great work establishing and enhancing water trails all over the state.
My personal favorite project is the conversion of the Boone Water Works dam to a rock arch rapids, which is finished. There is an excellent article on the project in the Boone newspaper...http://newsrepublican.com/news/conversion-city%E2%80%99s-low-head-dam-begins-long-last.html. The converted dam is now a paddler friendly rapids ready for use. (See photo and report from the Iowa Whitewater Coalition low head dam reference project.)
According to the article, our own Nate Hoogeveen designed the project. So there will be rock arch rapids less than an hour away from Des Moines. There are still low head dams to be modified in Humboldt, Gotch Park, Fort Dodge and Fraser to make a continuous water trail on the north Des Moines River. The article also says that there is work being done on 10 rock arch rapids in Iowa.
Just to remind you-I found one of Luther Aadland's rock arch rapids in Wahpeton, ND in 2003 and paddled over it. I brought back the video and showed it at the Canoesport Expo. I have pushed for low head dam modification since 2001, when I was first appointed to the scoring committee of the Federal Recreational Trails program. I am thrilled to see how far we have come, let's finish the work from Estherville to Saylorville!
Access Points --404 miles from Estherville to Keokuk
Des Moines River Water Trail
Mileage estimates are based on Corps river gauges (marked with a *), printed distances in various guides, and my own GPS readings.
This chart includes the river mile for each access point, dam, or bridge. This listing is updated regularly, but makes no claim to completeness or accuracy. It was used for the adventures of Ben and Libby in May of 2015, and includes new information from their trip. Please contact the DNR or your local conservation board for the most current information.
Access
In or Near
County
Approximate
Distance
River Mile
17 county conservation boards . . (including Hamilton County and Kossuth County) endorsed the water trail in 1999-2001. There is much more work to be done, since only Van Buren, Polk, Webster, Marion and Boone counties have developed a water trail in their sections of the river (also Hamilton for the Boone River.)
*Corps Gauge
4th St.
Estherville
Emmet
1
405
City Park
Estherville
Emmet
9
404*
Peterson
Wallingford
Emmet
17
395
Basswood
Emmetsburg
Palo Alto
13
380*
Mulroney
Rodman
Palo Alto
8
367
River Runner
West Bend
Palo Alto
6
359
Hamm's Bridge
Rolfe
Pocahontas
4
353
Willow
Bradgate
Humboldt
10
349
Rutland Dam (portage required)
Rutland
Humboldt
3
341
Oxbow Park
Humboldt
Humboldt
2
338
Lower Sheldon
Humboldt
Humboldt
2
336
Hydo dam (portage required)
Humboldt
Humboldt
1
335
First Ave. bridge
Humboldt
Humboldt
6
334*
Gotch Park
Humboldt
Humboldt
.2
328
REC Cornbelt dam (portage required)
Humboldt
Humboldt
7
328
Deer Creek access
Ft. Dodge
Webster
7
321
Hydo dam (portage required)
Ft. Dodge
Webster
3
314*
Estherville to Ft. Dodge
. . . . . . . .
91
Low head dam, boat ramp (portage required)
Ft. Dodge
Webster
13
311
Dolliver State Park
Lehigh
Webster
3
297
Lehigh, upper and lower
Lehigh
Webster
3
294
Deception Hollow
Lehigh
Webster
14
291
Skillet
Dayton
Webster
1
277*
Hwy. 175 bridge
Stratford
Webster
1
276
Carlson Recreation area
Webster
9
275
Fraser, upper and lower (portage required)
Fraser
Boone
6
266
Boone Waterworks (rock arch rapids makes for safe passage)
Boone
Boone
7
261
Boone Hwy. 30
Boone
Boone
5
254
Ledges
Luther
Boone
3
249
Luther
Luther
Boone
4
246
Sportsman's Access
Luther
Boone
5
242
Laurie
Madrid
Boone
3
237
Woodward sub-1 ramp
Woodward
Dallas
9
233
Jester Park
Saylorville Dam
Polk
11
224
Saylorville dam (portage required)
Polk
1
213*
Ft. Dodge to Saylorville
. . . . . . . .
102
Cottonwood
Saylorville Dam
Polk
1
212
Sycamore
Des Moines
Polk
6
211
Prospect
Des Moines
Polk
2
205
Birdland (portage required around Center St. dam below Birdland, no paddling allowed between Center St. dam and Scott Ave. dam)
Des Moines
Polk
3
203
Scott Ave. dam (portage required)
Des Moines
Polk
1
201*
Harriet St.
Des Moines
Polk
6
199
Vandalia Rd./Hwy. 65
Pleasant Hill
Polk
4
195
Yellowbanks State Park
Vandalia
Polk
10
191
Hartford
Runnels
Polk/Warren
8
180
Bennington
Runnels
Marion
8
173
Boxcars
Monroe
Marion
8
164
Elk Rock
Lake Red Rock
Marion
9
153
South Access (portage required)
Lake Red Rock
Marion
1
143*
Saylorville dam to Red Rock dam
. . . . . . . . . . . .
72
Tailwater
Lake Red Rock
Marion
19
142*
Eveland
Bussey
Mahaska
8
122
Hardfish
Eddyville
Monroe
16
114
Black Hawk
Ottumwa
Wapello
2
98
City Park
Ottumwa
Wapello
1
96
Hydro dam (portage required)
Ottumwa
Wapello
1
95
Coliseum
Ottumwa
Wapello
4
94*
Cliffland
Agency
Wapello
11
89
Eldon
Eldon
Wapello
5
78
Shidepoke
Selma
Van Buren
5
73
Douds
Douds
Van Buren
10
68
Austin Park
Keosauqua
Van Buren
6
59
Keosauqua
Keosauqua
Van Buren
8
51*
Bentonsport
Bentonsport
Van Buren
4
44
Bonaparte
Bonaparte
Van Buren
4
39
Des Moines River
Bonaparte
Van Buren
3
35
Farmington
Farmington
Van Buren
10
32
Turkey Run
Argyle
Lee
10
22
St. Francisville
St. Francisville, Mo.
11
12
Red Wing
Keokuk
Lee
1
1
Red Rock to the Mississippi
. . . . . .
141
Total River Miles
404
Dick was the mover and shaker in the establishment of the Ding Darling Greenway from Saylorville to Center St.
I would also like to see Dick LeCroy honored with the full development of the rest of the Des Moines River Water Trail. One key project is the conversion of the Boone Waterworks low head dam to a paddler and angler friendly rock arch rapids. (completed in 2015) My suggestion: make this project a memorial to Jim Mills (paddling from the stern in the pic below), deceased, who embraced the Des Moines River Water Trail in his postion with the Army Corps of Engineers and participated in the trail dedication in June of 2000 which ended at the Boone Waterworks upper access.
Read a tribute to Richard V. Lecroy from Gov. Vilsack celebrating his many decades of work on the Des Moines River Greenbelt.
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Pix:
Hundreds of Iowa river pix
2012 events
An outstanding water trail dedication at the confluence of Lizard Creek and the Des Moines River. John and Todd from DNR and the great folks from Ft. Dodge and Webster County did a wonderful job in creating a beautiful space with river access. Now we just need to add some water.
The new Iowa Water Trail Association is doing good work, the e-newsletter is packed with good information. Water trails are hot!
My health-still not good, but I do get down to the river and enjoy the views.
2011 events
Numerous events were sponsored by Central Iowa Paddlers. Due to health problems (including an automobile accident), I was not able to get out on the river. I attended the dedication of the Middle River Water Trail, which is a tributary of the Des Moines River. The DNR and County Conservation boards put on an outstanding event.
2010 events
Super paddler John Craun paddled from Estherville to Keokuk in late April and early May to raise funds for the Hickory Ridge Wilderness area. The project is sponsored by Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation, which is accepting donations. John made the 400 mile trip in 7 days.
Sleepy Hollow Sports Park is now offering canoe trips from Pleasant Hill (Vandalia Road access) to Webbs Camping in Hartford. They are a full service outfitter. See the web site for details.
I regret that health issues have kept me off the river. I was only able to paddle twice this year. I have been pleased to watch the progress of the River Program of the Iowa DNR as the staff works to develop water trails on hundreds of river miles.
2009 events
Dedication of water trail campground at Yellow Banks park 10/2/09. The campground is just below the pit toilets at the turn to the boat ramp. We had a fire and shared river stories on a rainy night, then had a great ceremony.
Boone County water trail dedication 9/19 at the Hwy. 30 access. Keeping with tradition, the event coordinators have arranged for the firing of cannon that signifies the start of the cleanup. There was a huge crowd, John Wenck did a great job as MC.
Canoe Van Buren was July 11 and 12. Another excellent event. Good newspaper and TV (KTVO) coverage. Check out the video at KTVO. Wapello County float 7/25 was a good time.
Webster County water trail dedication was Friday, July 10, 12PM; 326 11th Ave. North, in Fort Dodge (contact the Webster CCB for more information at 515-576-4258)
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