The city may ditch the ban, which would likely boost interest and use of the rivers in the city, since inner tubes are much cheaper than kayaks and other watercraft, said Carrie Scarff, Five Rivers MetroParks’ chief of planning and projects.
2. LAZY WATERS
The Stillwater and Great Miami rivers tend to be nice, lazy rivers that would offer relaxing and fun floating opportunities, Scarff said.
3. OPENING THE WATERS TO ALL KINDS OF PEOPLE
People could float from Englewood MetroPark down to Wegerzyn Gardens MetroPark, or from eastern parks along the Mad River to downtown.
“I would hope this opens the rivers to a whole different group of people,” Scarff said.
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