Celebrate our Watershed
At 260 miles, the Grand River is longest river in Michigan and the second largest watershed. Jackson County sits on one of the largest aquifers in North America.
There are over 200 miles of river waterways to paddle and hundreds of small lakes. Some of the largest remaining wetlands in lower Michigan are located in this watershed.
The potential in this area for river and lake recreation is enormous!
Check out the USGS Grand River Gauge for current water levels.
Curious where we've been?
Check out the trip maps to see our usual routes along the Grand River. We always pre-paddle the water trails to make sure they're clear of debris before our public paddles.