Middle Oconee River Topo Map

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The Middle Oconee flows across the broad pasturelands of Jackson County before entering Clarke County and flowing through southwest Athens. Below the city, it meets up with the North Oconee to form the main Oconee River. In the upper section, the river is small and has very little gradient. Nearing Athens, the surrounding farmland gives way to signs of suburban development. The river adopts the typical Piedmont habit of long ?atwater stretches interrupted by an occasional mild shoal. One would expect the river to become increasingly exposed and beleaguered by urban development as it proceeds through the city. The Middle Oconee does not. Forests grow in density as the river proceeds toward its con?uence with the North Oconee River, thereafter forming the Oconee River. A water trail is under development for 39.5 miles of the Middle and the North Oconee Rivers through Athens–Clarke County.
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Jefferson, Georgia

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