We’re heading to the Georgia Coast for this two-day adventure on one of Georgia’s last remaining free-flowing rivers. We’ll explore the Ogeechee’s final miles as it joins the Canoochee River and nears coastal marshes, and we’ll camp at the historic Savannah-Ogeechee Canal, a transportation route developed in the 1800s. Catered meals and full amenities included!
Along the Georgia-South Carolina line, the Tugaloo River Water Trail take you over gentle shoals to the backwaters of Lake Hartwell with a side trip to a beautiful waterfall on Longnose Creek. We’ll explore this historic 10-mile stretch of river followed by a celebration dinner and ribbon cutting designating the Tugaloo River as an established water trail. This event follow social distance guidelines on shuttle buses and spaced, outdoor seating for dinner.
2021’s version of Paddle Georgia will feature seven days of paddling and on-river camping covering nearly 100 miles of the Flint River in Southwest Georgia between Cordele and Bainbridge. Limestone bluffs, playful shoals and beautiful blue hole springs highlight this adventure. Catered meals and full amenities included. Event is limited to less than 24 paddlers who commit to raising $1000 or more in the Paddle Georgia 2021 Canoe-a-thon!
Way down yonder on the Chattahoochee, it gets hotter…but we’ll cool off in the river and its tributaries as we make a 10-mile run on an historic section of the river featuring Bushhead and Daniel shoals and Hilly Mill and Redbone Creek Falls. The 10-mile bike ride explores backroads of Carroll and Heard counties. More details coming soon!