Flint River with Outdoor Afro
Oct 24 all-day
Flint River with Outdoor Afro
This adventure features a 14-mile paddle on one of the most scenic stretches of river in Georgia.  The route explores the Pine Mountain region where in places you’ll think you are boating through the mountains of North Georgia. Time permitting, a riverside stop and hike to Dripping Rocks–a beautiful waterfall located at Camp Thunder, a Boy Scouts Camp–will be incorporated into the trip. In the 1970s, this section of river was threatened by a proposed hydropower dam. Local opposition to the proposal was significant and when Gov. Jimmy Carter visited the Flint and paddled this section of river, he became convinced that the scenic beauty of the river should be preserved. The trip is suitable for novice paddlers with some small Class I shoals.
NOTE: All Atlanta Outdoor Afro members receive a 20 percent discount on registrations for Georgia River Network sponsored paddle trips.
Sapelo Island Adventure
Nov 5 – Nov 7 all-day
Sapelo Island Adventure

We’re going coastal on this adventure! A three-day paddle camping adventure near the mouth of the Altamaha River. The weekend features a ferry ride to Sapelo Island and three full days of paddling, bicycling, hiking and educational programs on and around the storied barrier island. Catered meals and full amenities included! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER!

ChiliFest for Rivers
Nov 9 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
ChiliFest for Rivers @ SweetWater Brewing Company

Show your support for river recreation and conservation in Georgia by attending Georgia River Network’s “ChiliFest for Rivers” on Tuesday, November 9 from 6 – 9 p.m. at SweetWater Brewing Company in Atlanta.

This celebration of Georgia’s waterways will feature a program on Georgia rivers, a raffle and live auction, live music, delicious chili provided by our chili cook-off contestants, sweet treats provided by our bake-off contestants and of course, SweetWater Brewing Company’s finest refreshments. In an effort to ensure the safest experience for all guests, this in-person event will follow the CDC recommendations for gatherings. We recommend vaccination and the use of masks as necessary.

Click here to visit the event webpage for more information and to get your tickets.

Suwannee River – Okefenokee Swamp
Nov 13 @ 6:54 pm – Nov 14 @ 7:54 pm
Suwannee River - Okefenokee Swamp

This two-day adventure begins in the Okefenokee Swamp. We’ll venture through the southwestern corner of the swamp and then ride out the Suwannee River as it leaves its swamp birthplace. On river camping, catered meals and full amenities included! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER!