542 Reed Bingham Road Adel
Join Georgia River Network as we explore an 8-mile stretch of the Little River Water Trail as this small, intimate South Georgia blackwater stream courses through Colquitt and Cook counties en route to Reed Bingham State Park where alligators patrol the waters and sun on the banks of Reed Bingham State Park Lake, described by Suzanne Welander in Canoeing and Kayaking Georgia as “a sort of Okefenokee Swamp in miniature.” Make a weekend out of it by camping at the state park and taking in not only our 8-mile paddle, but the other park amenities, including seven miles of hiking trails that introduce you to the flora and fauna of Georgia’s Coastal Plain. If you’re lucky, you might even spot a federally endangered indigo snake! The journey is on flatwater and is suitable for novice paddlers, however, portions of the adventure may require portages around deadfall that may be blocking the narrow river. Kayak rentals are available. Registration fees range from $35-$70. Registration opens March 1! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE.