Visit our interactive White River map to quickly locate launch sites, as well as dams and other features that require a portage.
Visit our interactive River Gauge map to quickly locate gauges so that you can know the flow before you go.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has an interactive map of river & stream features in Indiana. There are layers for different types of information — Public Access Sites, Low-Head Dams, Canoe & Kayak Rentals, USGS Stream Gauges, River Miles, and Indiana Open Public Lands. Zoom in to see all layers.
Reconnecting to Our Waterways hosts a marvelous map resource titled Opt Outside Along Our Waterways. The map shows opportunities for engaging with Indy’s waterways in our urban natural environment. Check it out!
Download a color PDF map of the White River watershed, showing its area and relationship to the other watersheds in Indiana. White River Watershed Map, (PDF, 394 KB)
Floodplain forests & native plants, occurring adjacent to rivers, help protect water quality, prevent soil erosion, and promote the accumulation of organic, carbon-containing matter.
Floodplain Native Plants in Central Indiana (PDF, 54 KB)
Don’t Croak on the River: A guide to safe paddling, published by the Hoosier Canoe & Kayak Club.
Which fish are safe to eat and how often? Download our Fish for Fun Consumption Guide (PDF, 175 KB) to find out.
Waterways all over North America are plagued by an troublesome invasive named eurasian milfoil. Originally introduced as an aquarium plant, it spreads voraciously. Read more: Eurasian Water-Milfoil (PDF, 1.5 MB)
Did you know White River is a cultural hub? Download our RiversmARTS Map (PDF, 239 KB) to learn more.
Madison County, (PDF, 1.7 MB)
Hamilton County, (PDF, 3.2 MB)
Marion County (PDF, 4 MB)