On July 6, 1759, Sir William Johnson, leading New York provincial troops, camped at the mouth of this creek en route to Fort Niagara during the French and Indian Wars. It has been called Johnson Creek ever since. By Route 18, the creek that was shallow and winding has become deep, wide and unimpeded, making it an easy, river-like paddle. The early stretches are all greenery.
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