Toccoa River Canoe Trail Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Starting at Deep Hole Campground, the Toccoa makes its run through the mountains—ﬂowing clear past boulders, through long pools, and beside towering forests. Part of the ﬂoat travels through private land, much of which is mountain cabin developments that make it clear that you must pass through their section without stopping.
However, since most of the land is public, ﬁshing, hiking, and camping are favorite options. Despite the seemingly steep gradient of 13 feet per mile, the river rapids can be handled by most paddlers. If 13.0 miles seems a bit long for you, the Forest Service has a public takeout 8.3 miles downstream from Deep Hole Campground."