Best Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing in Georgia

This list represents the most popular flatwater kayaking & canoeing in Georgia. Use this list to plan your next Georgia flatwater kayaking & canoeing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

One of Georgia’s longest and largest rivers, the Savannah originates in Hart County in ...
The Middle Oconee flows across the broad pasturelands of Jackson County before entering ...
For paddlers voyaging to Cumberland Island National Seashore, Crooked River provides the ...
The Little’s tannic acid-stained water bubbles playfully over small limestone ledges and ...
The Oconee River is one of Georgia’s major rivers. More than 200 miles of river start ...
A list of Georgia’s truly beautiful scenic rivers includes the Withlacoochee. Originating ...
Exotic and beautiful, lovely Spring Creek is the southernmost tributary of the Flint River, ...
A blackwater tributary of the lower Savannah River, Ebenezer Creek boasts a rich history ...
The Coosawattee River begins in the town of Ellijay at the confluence of the Cartecay ...
An intimate stream of primeval beauty, Brier Creek’s headwaters rise from springs near ...
The Hiawassee River begins as a coldwater mountain stream with its headwaters on the northern ...
Jungle-like in its remoteness and luxurious with exotic vegetation, the dark reddish-brown ...
The Broad River is known for its historical importance and relatively unspoiled nature, ...
South Chickamauga Creek is a long, winding, valley-floor stream in the northwest corner ...
The Mulberry River is a small stream that ?ows into the Middle Oconee River northwest ...
Pristine, secluded, and rich in wildlife and vegetation, the Canoochee River is a delightful ...
The Nottely River is a hospitable, small stream with its headwaters high in the mountains ...
The North Fork Broad River has its headwaters in Stephens County near Toccoa. The section ...
Georgia’s other Chattooga River snakes between the Armuchee Ridges in the northwestern ...
The name Oostanaula is a derivation of the Cherokee phrase for “Shoal River.” The inspiration ...
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