Clayton, GA, Canoeing, Kayaking, Rafting
The famed Chattooga is one of the nation's most renowned rivers. Its reputation is well deserved.
Twin City, GA, Outdoors, Guides and Outfitters
Outfitter Wesley Hendley provides guided kayak tours on the 412-acre, cypress-filled Watson Mill Pond at George L. Smith State Park.
The Alabaha River, a stream in the Satilla watershed, passes through a wooded swamp corridor draped with Spanish moss and bordered by palmetto stands.
Jungle-like in its remoteness and luxurious with exotic vegetation, the dark reddish-brown waters of the Alapaha wind through a swampy wonderland teeming with wildlife.
Lawrenceville, GA, Outdoors, Paddling Guides
This paddling guide is to the Alcovy River, an easily accessible Piedmont stream rich in beauty and diverse in flora and wildlife.
The turbulent confluence of the Ocmulgee and Oconee Rivers near Hazelhurst marks the beginning of the Altamaha River. Occasional bluffs along its southern shores corral the river eastward
The Amicalola gets its name from the Cherokee phrase for tumbling water. It's called a creek on most maps, but if it is merely a creek, it is an awesome one. The scenery is spectacular, and
Watkinsville, GA, Outdoors, Paddling Guides
The Apalachee reaches from Gwinnett County to Lake Oconee and is a major tributary of the Oconee River. Its character combines features of lowland
Trenton, GA, Paddling Guides
Bear Creek plunges off the slopes of Lookout Mountain for a run through one of the gorges at Cloudland Canyon State Park.
Trenton, GA, Paddling Guides, Maps
This interactive map has put-in and take-out points for the Bear Creek Paddling Guide.
Big Cedar Creek, tucked into the hills southwest of Rome, pleases with a seemingly incongruous slice of central-Tennessee scenery mixed with Class I and II shoals.
Big Creek is a tributary of the Chattahoochee River in the northern suburbs of Atlanta. Belying its metropolitan location, the stream is narrow and intimate as it flows between
Augusta, GA, Outdoors, Paddling Guides
This paddling guide is to Brier Creek, a hybrid of a winding plains stream and lowland swamp that is intimate, private, and undeveloped.
This is a paddling guide to the Broad River in two sections: GA 281 to GA 172, a distance of about 5.7 miles; and GA 172 to Thurmond Lake, a distance of about 38.7 miles. The trip may be
Pristine, secluded, and rich in wildlife and vegetation, the Canoochee River is a delightful smooth-water stream. Its long stretches of undeveloped land and frequent white-sand beaches make
The Cartecay is one of the most popular whitewater rivers in the mountains of northern Georgia. The first 3 miles of scenic paddling are a placid prelude to 7 miles of outstanding
Darien, GA, Outdoors, Paddling Guides
Cathead Creek flows for 8 miles through an undeveloped section of Mclntosh County that was once cultivated with rice for over a hundred years.
Helen, GA, Outdoors, Paddling Guides
This paddling guide covers 253 Chattahoochee River miles, from Low Gap in Northeast Georgia to Lake Seminole in the southwest corner of the state.
Georgia's "other" Chattooga River snakes between the Armuchee Ridges in the northwestern corner of the state. Docile in character, the river gurgles gently through the towns and industry of
Clayton, GA, Paddling and Hiking Guides
View this interactive map of the Chattooga River.
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