Water Trails & Paddling
Georgia’s Little River Water Trail
Georgia’s Little River Water Trail is an intimate river with a wide array of wildlife and a rich history from gold mines, Quaker settlements and Native Americans. The trail coasts 20 miles along the McDuffie and Wilkes County lines from the Woodruff Bridge at Highway 80 to Raysville Campground on Clarks Hill Lake. Our mission is to help you discover a bend in the river where society fades and nature awaits to greet you. The goal of the river is to celebrate the areas natural resources through conservation and recreation. Check out the GLRWT Illustrative Watershed and Section (1,2,3) Maps produced by Georgia River Network!
Learn eve more about points of interest along the river, see the latest data from water gauges and access a handy guide to wildlife in the area on the Georgia River Guide app.
Georgia’s Little River and Clarks Hill Lake
Number of Access Points
4 access points
Classification of Trail
Southern Moon Outfitters
Escape Outdoors/Cole Watkins Tours
Raysville Campground Kayaks
Overnight Trip Options
Georgia River Network
Value Visions Warren County
Nearest Population Center