Water Trails & Paddling
Ocmulgee River Water Trail
Water Trail Information
The Ocmulgee River Water Trail encompasses approximately 200 miles of water trail stretching from Macon to the river’s confluence with the Oconee River near Lumber City, which then forms the main stem of the Altamaha River.
The Ocmulgee River Water Trail was created and is maintained as a result of the formation of the Ocmulgee River Water Trail Partnership which consists of eleven counties including: Bibb, Ben Hill, Bleckley, Coffee, Dodge, Houston, Jeff Davis, Pulaski, Telfair, Twiggs and Wilcox Counties.
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Number of Access Points
Classification of Trail
Class 1 rapids with mostly flatwater
Overnight Trip Options
Yes, (J. Dykes Memorial park, Mile Branch Park, Sandy Hammock and Mobley Bluff)
No reservation, permit or fee required
Ocmulgee Water Trail Partnership