Camping and Exploring the Rivers and Waterways of southern Georgia

Overnight canoe trips on the beautiful flatwater rivers and waterways of south Georgia is our specialty. Trips range from overnight camping trips to custom designed trips lasting a week or more. We have many years of experience running and outfitting trips with individuals, girl and boy scouts, school groups, corporate team building trips, private, and family groups. We know the rivers, the camps, and where the fish bite. Bring almost nothing, we furnish everything from paddles to gourmet camp cuisine.

The Rivers we use for our trips range from small intimate creeks to the largest river system in Georgia. Ducks, deer, beaver and otter are some of the wildlife you may see while floating and enjoying the scenery.

The fishing is great, so be sure to bring your fishing gear. Our rivers support a large, varied population of fish such as redbreast bream, largemouth bass, catfish and chain pickerel. We can’t guarantee a catch, but we can help you choose the lures and equipment that typically catch more fish.

We run a little bit different guided trips in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. We follow a well marked trail and camping is on raised platforms in the swamp. There are 120 miles of trails in the Okefenokee, which have just recently been designated as a National Water Trail. A canoe trip in the Okefenokee is an experience that will last a lifetime.

Mild southern winter weather makes canoeing pleasant even in January, and slow moving waters give you plenty of time to soak up each ray of sunshine.

Take a look at our River and Okefenokee trips, then give us a call to start your next adventure.

Below are some of the trips we offer.

Oconee River Trip 
Miles 120
Start – Near Milledgeville
End –   US 221 Bridge Landing near Uvalda

Ocmulgee River Trip 
Miles 150
Start – Near Macon
End –   US 221 Bridge Landing near Uvalda

Okefenokee NWR

Altamaha River Trip
Miles 122
Start – US 221 Bridge Landing near Uvalda
End –   Darien

Suwannee River Trip
Miles 35
Start – Fargo
End –   Cone bridge

St Marys River Trip
Miles 60
Start – near Macclenny at CR 121
End –  Near US #1

River Water Levels


Ebenezer Creek Paddle

Every Wednesday
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