Savannah River

Sylvania, Georgia 30467

Savannah River

Savannah River Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"At Stony Bluff Landing, the Savannah River is about 200 feet wide, flowing between thickly wooded banks. Just downstream note some channel aids. Wooden berms known as wing dams or weirs extend into the water, deepening the channel for big boats despite the dearth of commercial traffic here. (Barges once went all the way up to Augusta from the coast.)

Riprap lies along the banks. You will also notice the channel marker numbers—another legacy of the Army Corps of Engineers, which manages not only the river but also the dams upstream."

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Trail Information

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Skill Level
5 hours
Savannah River at Burtons Ferry Branch near Millhaven, Georgia; no minimum runnable level; maximum runnable level, flood stage. Gradient is 0.8 foot per mile.
Tidal Information
Georgia Department of Natural Resources, 2 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SE, Suite 1252 East Tower, Atlanta, GA 30334; (404) 656-3500;
Local Contacts
USGS: Millett, Martin, Bull Pond, Burtons Ferry Landing; DeLorme: Georgia Atlas and Gazetteer, page 39
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