Eleven Point River (Missouri), Ravenden Springs (07072000)

StateMissouriLatestLow (900 cfs)
RiverEleven Point RiverRatingObservedEstimated
Updated2021-01-24 8:45 (42 minutes ago)Flood - The river is flooding. Obstacles can be treacherous or deadly. The river should be avoided at this stage for casual trips and definitely for the inexperienced. Trips should be attempted only with protective gear and equipment.Flood(none)3301
Discharge900 cfs (median: 980 cfs)High - The river is high and potentially dangerous, especially for the young and / or inexperienced. Normal stream obstacles are sometimes difficult to navigate. Extended distances can be attempted, but canoe travel may not be advisable.High(none)1442
Height3.52 feetGood - Conditions are ideal for a canoe or kayak. Boats typically will drag on fewer than one-quarter of riffles, if at all, and portages are unnecessary or rare. Normal float lengths can be attempted without a problem.Good(none)1037
TrendSteady (falling over 24 hours)Low - River is low but can still be floated. Some riffles are okay but most come with significant dragging and might need a portage. Float lengths should be reduced to accommodate low flow, dragging, and portages.Low(none)785
USGSExternal icon USGS Site (External icon Google Maps)Poor - River is too low to float comfortably. Most or all riffles will drag or must be portaged and some obstacles (such as slick shelf rock) cause undue problems. Avoid the river at this stage for casual paddling trips.Poor(none)418

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Trips for Eleven Point River (Missouri), Ravenden Springs (07072000)

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A total of 0 rows are displayed.

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Classic Trip List

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Gauge Data Table

ObservationHeightDischargeMaximum
Discharge
Minimum
Discharge
Mean
Discharge
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P75P80P90P95
2021-01-24 08:45 3.52 900 15900 (1949) 266 (1956) 1390 342 393 494 508 980 1720 1770 2590 3320
2021-01-24 07:45 3.52 900 15900 (1949) 266 (1956) 1390 342 393 494 508 980 1720 1770 2590 3320
2021-01-24 06:45 3.51 893 15900 (1949) 266 (1956) 1390 342 393 494 508 980 1720 1770 2590 3320
2021-01-24 05:45 3.51 893 15900 (1949) 266 (1956) 1390 342 393 494 508 980 1720 1770 2590 3320
2021-01-24 04:45 3.51 893 15900 (1949) 266 (1956) 1390 342 393 494 508 980 1720 1770 2590 3320
2021-01-24 03:45 3.51 893 15900 (1949) 266 (1956) 1390 342 393 494 508 980 1720 1770 2590 3320
2021-01-24 02:45 3.51 893 15900 (1949) 266 (1956) 1390 342 393 494 508 980 1720 1770 2590 3320
2021-01-24 01:45 3.51 893 15900 (1949) 266 (1956) 1390 342 393 494 508 980 1720 1770 2590 3320
2021-01-24 00:45 3.51 893 15900 (1949) 266 (1956) 1390 342 393 494 508 980 1720 1770 2590 3320
2021-01-23 23:45 3.51 893 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 22:45 3.52 900 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 21:45 3.52 900 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 20:45 3.51 893 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 19:45 3.51 893 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 18:45 3.52 900 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 17:45 3.51 893 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 16:45 3.52 900 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 15:45 3.52 900 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 14:45 3.52 900 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 13:45 3.52 900 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 12:45 3.52 900 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 11:45 3.52 900 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 10:45 3.52 900 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 09:45 3.51 893 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 08:45 3.52 900 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 07:45 3.53 906 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 06:45 3.53 906 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 05:45 3.53 906 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 04:45 3.53 906 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 03:45 3.53 906 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 02:45 3.53 906 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 01:45 3.53 906 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640
2021-01-23 00:45 3.53 906 4360 (1937) 266 (1956) 1250 341 398 500 517 958 1580 1840 2830 3640

A total of 33 rows are displayed for years 1930 through 2020.