Class I Greenville Creek, OH

Greenville Creek Scenic River (Ohio State Line to Stillwater River)

Through most of their course, the Stillwater River and Greenville Creek meander with a gentle grade across the glaciated plains of western Ohio. With excellent habitat and good water quality, the Stillwater and Greenville Creek Scenic River system provides exceptional smallmouth bass fishing. Pollution intolerant macroinvertebrates and 59 fish species such as the Northern hog sucker and rainbow darters among others comprise the Stillwater's aquatic community. In addition, the river is also adorned by numerous species of songbird and waterfowl such as the handsome wood duck and great blue heron. (Ohio DNR)

Section Details

Trip Length Multiday, 40.0 Miles
Fishing Yes
Camping No
Manager State, Ohio State Parks & Watercraft
Wild & Scenic No
Water Trail No
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