Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Georgia
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Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Georgia

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2 - 55 mi
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Georgia has 36 whitewater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 2.2 to 55 miles in length. The most popular trails are Alcovy River, Ocmulgee River and Amicalola Creek. Trails.com member Diana H. recently completed Toccoa River.
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The Toccoa is a delightful mountain stream that flows north out of the Chattahoochee National ...
The Ocmulgee is born at the con? uence of the Alcovy, Yellow, and South Rivers in the ...
Sweetwater Creek is a shady, scenic little stream that drains the corner of Douglas County ...
The Chattooga is one of the nation’s most renowned rivers. Its reputation is well deserved—it ...
An easily accessible stream rich in beauty and diverse in ?ora and wildlife, the Alcovy ...
Mulberry Creek flows east off of Pine Mountain and empties into the Chattahoochee River ...
Big Creek is a tributary of the Chattahoochee River in the northern suburbs of Atlanta. ...
The Amicalola gets its name from the Cherokee phrase for tumbling water. It’s called a ...
A wild stream northeast of Macon, the Little River is pristine and secluded almost all ...
The Dog is a nice intermediate level creek run under sane boating conditions. It is exceptionally ...
Mossy Creek is a steep little run found between the rolling hills of the Georgia Piedmont ...
The Jacks River is a spectacularly beautiful “steep creek,” which drains a high mountainous ...
The Apalachee reaches from Gwinnett County to Lake Oconee and is a major ributary of the ...
If it is raining mid-week and you’re an advanced Atlanta-area paddler who can take off ...
The Chestatee is best known for its lower section, which provides a mild and beautiful ...
Beginning and intermediate whitewater paddlers love the Cartecay, one of the most popular ...
The Soque River—also spelled more phonetically as Soquee—is a northern Chattahoochee River ...
A waterway of the Valley and Ridge geologic zone of Georgia, Big Cedar Creek winds through ...
Tumbling out of the southern slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Etowah starts out ...
Located in the west-central part of the state, Lazer Creek flows northeastward through ...
A surprisingly beefy tributary of the Chestatee north of Atlanta, Tesnatee Creek provides ...
You might want to add a parachute to your safety gear for this one—Overflow Creek is a ...
Talking Rock Creek, with its narrow watershed and ?ashy nature, can be dif?cult to catch ...
The Conasauga leaps to life deep in the pristine slopes of the Cohutta Wilderness of northwest ...
The Tallulah River is both a small stream of outstanding beauty and a dramatic whitewater ...
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