Cartwright Creek Play Wave

Posted by Spalding Hurst

June 26, 2009

Joshua Seabolt has a discovered a local play wave runnable after heavy rains like the area had this morning (.5"). The wave is created by a low water bridge on Grundy Home Road in Fredericktown, Kentucky. This is the same road that leads to the famous “Donkey Tree”. It runs over Cartwright Creek before it reaches the Beech Fork. For a street view of the spot follow this link. The pictures below are from Monday of this week. Today it was reported to be, “much bigger than on Monday.”

Carttwright Creek Wave

Cartwright Creek Surfing

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