Trip Planning

PLANNING A TRIP IS EASY. Just determine how many people will be in your party. How much time you would like to spend on the river. Choose a river that suits you and your group. It's really that easy. Let CanoeCanoe Outfitters take care of the details. If you have any questions, give us a call or email. We will be glad to answer any questions and assist you. On the day of the trip you will meet at the put-in (starting point) which we will send directions to you when you register for you trip.

WHAT WE NEED TO KNOW FROM YOU  
We do need to know your experience level, so we can better plan and make suggestions for your trip. What are your interests?--photography, bird watching, fishing, etc. You do not need to be an expert canoeist or a great outdoor person to enjoy a canoe trip. Don't miss a chance to explore the great outdoors because you are not in good shape. Our guides will go at your pace, so you can enjoy the trip the way you want.
WHAT WE PROVIDE
CanoeCanoe Outfitters will supply you with most everything you need for a canoe camping trip. All our trips are customed tailored for you. 
Complete Outfitted Trips - we provide an experienced guide (certified in both cpr and first aid), canoes, life jackets, paddles, tents, and great meals on the river. You just bring your personal gear.
Partial Outfitted Trips - we provide canoes, pfd's, paddles, and an experienced guide for you group.

WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING

Personal Items
sleeping bag and pad.
a small towel
sunglasses
bandanna 
personal soap & toilet articles
medication that you take, aspirin
lip balm 
sunscreen 
camera and film 
insect repellent 
pencil and paper-for taking notes
flashlight
knife or utility knife
fishing gear and rod
between meal snacks

Clothes
a good rainsuit 
one pair of shorts and swimsuit 
one pair of lightweight loose-fitting long pants 
two changes of underwear and socks 
one light colored long sleeve shirt for sun and bug protection 
two quick drying tee shirts 
large hat for sun protection 
gloves 
windbreaker or light jacket 
rubber or waterproof boots 
tennis shoes or sandals

For winter camping add:
polartec or fleece jacket
polartec or fleece long underwear 
wool socks
warm hat
Remember, summer days in the deep south can reach into the 90's and the winter lows in the 30's. Just check the weather before your trip.


How to make a reservation
You can either call or send us an email.
Overnight river trip reservations should be made two weeks in advance. . Okefenokee Trips require two months advanced reservation.
                
Once a trip is on the books, there is no refund. We advice trip insurance. Our trips are held rain or shine. There are no rainy day refunds.
CanoeCanoe Outfitters reserves the right to postpone the canoe trip if water or weather conditions would make for dangerous paddling conditions. If a trip is canceled due to weather or water conditions, it will be rescheduled.