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Pendleton Creek

 

This small, winding blackwater tributary of the Ohoopee is known but to a few local fisherman and fellow canoeists. A tree canopy covers almost the entire length, adding to its primeval ambience. With medium to low water, white sand bars dot the bank.. A short creek run of no more than 20 miles, it is canoeable only with high water, usually late winter or early spring. Also, a higher skill level is required because of its narrow width, fast flow and winding course. A jaunt down Pendleton can be combined with the Ohoopee for a most rewarding winter camping trip.

 

 

 

 


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