Lined with Elm, Willow, Pecan and Oak Trees, Crooked Creek is a
beautiful option for kayaks and canoes. The Creek begins just south of Harrison
in Boone County, then flows west to east until it meets the White River just north
White-Buffalo confluence which is just about two miles from CedarWood Lodge.
We like to do a half or full-day float that ends right near our dock.
Navigable flows depend mostly on runoff levels from
Teaming with Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass, Crooked Creek is a great
alternative fishing option. Break out the "plastic worms", "rooster tails",
and "gitz-its", and get ready for the fish-fry.
As it nears the White River it gets a bit wider and deeper and the sheer
number of all the local species of fish can be phenomenal at times.