For this area, I couldn't imagine better river flow and better rapids. It was a lot of fun for myself and my buddy. We have never been on true Class I rapids before and we had several on this trip, one in particular had a very good wave and actually had a big enough drop to give a really good experience, not just picking up speed, but actually having water came all over you and get all wet in addition to picking up good speed. Keep in mind, we are beginners, so right now we are easily amused in our little rec boats. Overall it was very pleasant trip. The water was a little muddy, but not anything like the Conecuh. There are a lot of really cool old Cyprus trees that make really good pictures with big puffy clouds as backdrops. We saw Blue Herons, what we believe was a little otter, woodpeckers, and a huge moccasin (they like to hang out on the beds of leaves along the banks and in fallen trees, so keep a watchful eye). The river bottom is mostly rock, and is pretty shallow in a lot of spots so you can wade around if you want to take a break. Overall, the best part of this little trip is the swift water flow, the rapids, and the cool little animals and birds. Now about the put-in and take-out spots. Felt pretty nervous about both, more so at the put-in point b/c it is so isolated and we were told by some locals after the fact, that it is not a very good area to leave things unattended. Nothing happened except for stupid me losing my wallet only to have a very nice couple find it and try and call every name in the phone book. I was extrememly lucky to have those people find my wallet and try so diligently to get it back to me. Anyway, to be safe, I would certainly try to get someone to drop you off, or like we will do next time, just make sure there is nothing to steal inside or outside of the vehicle to lessen the temptation to break in. Other than that, you couldn't ask for a better put-in/take-out point.