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Flint River

Fayetteville, Georgia

Flint River

Flint River Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"In terms of wilderness beauty and spectacular vistas of varied terrain, the Flint is rivaled by no other large river in Georgia. In the Piedmont alone, the Flint alternately flows broad and narrow, beneath pine covered bluffs and at the foot of high rock walls, over extensive rocky shoals, through winding bottomland swamp, past cities and towns, and between fertile cultivated plateaus.

In the Coastal Plain, the Flint meanders through alternating pine forests and swamp and reclaimed crop and pastureland. It is one of Georgia’s longest rivers, with headwaters originating near Forest Park south of Atlanta and tailwaters in the extreme southwestern corner of the state, where it meets the Chattahoochee River in Lake Seminole. The Flint is suitable for both weekend paddling and epic canoe-camping trips."

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Trail Information

Fayetteville
Nearby City
39.1-84 miles
Distance
Easy to Moderate
Skill Level
I-II
Class
Brooks, Hollonville, Haralson, Gay, Woodbury, Sunset Village, Roland, Lincoln Park, Prattsburg, Fickling Mill, Roberta, Reynolds, Garden Valley, Montezuma, Pennington, Methvins, Drayton, Leslie Southeast, Albany Northeast, Albany East, Albany West, Baconton North, Baconton South, Newton, Branchville, Hopeful, Cooktown, Steinham Store, Bainbridge, Fowlstown, Faceville (USGS); Fayette, Spalding, Pike, Meriwether, Upson, Talbot, Taylor, Crawford, Peach, Macon, Lee, Worth, Dougherty, Baker, Mitchell, Decatur (County)
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