I want to paddle my river....

We don't blame you! And if you found your way here, you are probably looking to plan a paddling trip and need to know where the best place to put in would be, where the prettiest stretches of river are, or you may even be interested in helping your community create great river access points.

Maps

If you want to look at a map to see where is the best place to put in or take out of a river, check out our River Maps page for resources on how to find the best maps. Google Maps is actually a great online resource to find bridge crossings, parks, etc. that are suitable for gettting your boat in and out of the river. We'd also like to recommend our own collection of Paddle Georgia maps, if you happen to be visiting the Chattahoochee, Etowah, Ocmulgee, Flint, Coosawattee, Broad or Savannah Rivers.  These are handy and come with mile-by-mile interpretive information!

Water Trails

If you're interested in helping your community create access to your local river, you've come to the right place! Check out our Water Trails Clearinghouse website for information on working with your local governments to install canoe and kayak launches, as well as find out information about existing water trails all over the state.

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