Sample Map (to see all maps of access points click here)


With the exception of Swope Road, all of our properties are open to deer hunting only.  Please contact us through this website for written permission.  Please do not erect stands or use any motorized vehicles.

Paddler's Guide

Helpful information on canoeing opportunities on the Connoquenessing Creek can be found here.  Please note this paddlers guide has not been updated for a number of years and may contain inaccuracies.

A new Paddler's Guide to the creek updating the one provided on this website can be accessed and purchased at

Recreational Opportunities

Public access canoe and kayak launches are now available from the City of Butler to the mouth of the creek at Rock Point as follows:

  • East Butler Road just north of Butler
  • Village of Renfrew just off Meridian Road
  • Eckstein Launch off Eckstein Road
  • Major Washington Launch off Ash Stop Road
  • Porter's Cove off Hartman Road
  • Harmony Boat Launch
  • Hamilton Park off Halstead Boulevard in Zelienople
  • Christian's Launch off Hartzell School Road in Fombell
  • McKim Way Launch
  • Old Ellwood City sewage plant
  • ​Rock Point Boat Club
Connoquenessing Creek Maps

Accesses for kayaking/canoeing/fishing throughout the 50 miles of watershed.


Orange:  Public Accesses

Light Green:  Nonpublic Accesses

(When using nonpublic access, it is encouraged and required to obtain permission from property owners.)

MAP 1:  Start of creek at Lake Oneida - 5 miles south to Butler    (view)

MAP 2:  Butler - Renfrew   (view)

MAP 3:  Renfrew - Rt. 528   (view)

MAP 4:  Rt. 528 - Zelienople   (view)

MAP 5:  Zelienople - Ellport   (view)

MAP 6:  Ellport - Beaver River   (view)

MAP 6A:  Upper Whitewater Rapids, Class II   (view)

MAP 6B:  Middle Whitewater Rapids, Class II   (view)

MAP 6C:  Lower Whitewater Rapids, Class III   (view)

Mileage Measurements

Upper Creek (click here)

Lower Creek (click here)