Water Trails & Paddling

Water Trails Resolution of Support

City and County Resolutions of Support
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Signed Resolutions of Support in Georgia

GA Resolution of Support

Alapaha River Water Trail

Lanier County

Atkinson County

Broad River Water Trail

Wilkes County

Madison County

Elbert County

Oglethorpe County

Etowah River Water Trail

Cherokee County

City of Canton

Pickens County

Flint River Water Trail (Includes: Whitewater Creek Paddling Trail)

Fayette County

City of Fayetteville

Crisp County

Meriwether County

Upson County

Talbot County

Georgia’s Little River Water Trail

Hahira City

Wilkes County

Warren County

McDuffie County

Valdosta City

Ochlockonee River Water Trail

Grady County

Ocmulgee River Water Trail

Pulaski County

Bibb County

Bleckley County

Dodge County

Twiggs County

Upper Oconee Water Trail

Athens-Clarke County

Satilla River Water Trail

Brantley County

Camden County

Charlton County

Pierce County

City of Woodbine

City of Waycross

South River Water Trail

South River Senate Resolution 852

Newton County-South

Tugaloo River Water Trail

Stephens County

Yellow River Water Trail

City of Porderdale

City of Covington

Newton County – Yellow

Landowner’s Charles and Hilda Berry

Withlacoochee & Little River Water Trail​

Adel City

Brooks County

Valdosta-Lowndes Development Authority Letter of Support

City of Valdosta

Statewide Resolution of Support

Statewide Water Trail Resolution of Support Passes Unanimously!

House Resolution 281, assigned to the Natural Resources & Environment Committee, passed unanimously on March 9, 2017. This Statewide Water Trails Resolution of support recognized and encourages the proliferation and use of water trails in Georgia and for other purposes.

HR 281 also “recognizes Georgia River Network and their water trail partners for their dedicated public service to the State of Georgia and encourage the exploration of existing water trails and the development of future water trails around the state.”

Georgia River Network would like to give special thanks to the following congressmen for sponsoring HR 281:

  • Representative Spencer Frye
  • Representative Lynn Smith, Chairman of Natural Resources & Environment Committee
  • Representative Tom McCall, Chairman of Agriculture & Consumer Affairs Committee
  • Representative David Knight, Chairman of Games, Fish & Parks Committee
  • Representative Chuck Williams, Agriculture & Consumer Affairs Committee
  • Representative Debbie Buckner, Natural Resources & Environment Committee

Water trail partnerships throughout Georgia can receive an appropriate copy of this Resolution suitable for framing and distributing on social media, etc. by request from the Clerk of the House (404) 656-5015 or online at https://legis.ga.gov.

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