Conasauga River Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This parcel of the Conasauga makes a relaxing pastoral ﬂoat through northwest Georgia farm country. The Conasauga averages between 15 and 40 feet in width, narrowing where gravel bars force it along a bank or divide it around islands.
The river is normally clear except for after rains. Banks range from 10 to 20 feet high and are mud, brush, rock, and roots. A canopy of sycamore, ash, and river birch borders the Conasauga. Ironwood also abounds. Tulip trees grow on the higher banks. Grasses grow atop the frequent gravel bars in summer."