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Paint Creek Lake State Park Paddle

This was probably the most incredible paddle to date. The only description I had was "scenic limestone cliffs". When you first put in the water (well, where we did off of 753) you don't see any. But once you start your way up the Paint Creek inlet it just gets crazier and crazier. Every new bend yields a bigger rock and more amazing scenery. It was a 9 mile round trip and took us 5 hours due to all the stopping and gawking at the rocks. I think this place is fairly left alone due to it's close proximity to Rocky Fork lake, but the scenery here, at least on the inlet, is to die for.

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