Winter Camping Series

From November through February CanoeCanoe Outfitters, alone with our sister company Sea Kayak Georgia, will be offering a Winter Camping Series using Tybee Island, a freshwater river or the Okefenokee for each trip. Our trips will focus on instruction, low impact camping, camp cooking, fishing, and just having fun and exploring the waterways of south Georgia.

Canoes and kayaks are welcome on this paddle. You choose your paddle craft for this adventure.
If you need gear, we have canoes, kayaks, tents and other camping equipment for rent.

You do not have to be an expert paddler to go on one of our river trips, but some paddling experience is required.  We will improve and hone our skills as we paddle and travel down the river. The Okefenokee trips does require some paddling skills and endurance. There is little or no current to help, so you have to paddle every inch of the way alone the canoe trails.
The Tybee and Little Tybee Island trips are by kayak only.

The length of the trips will range from 3 to 10 days.

We will cover all logistics for the trips, the planning, paddling miles each day, shuttle, food drop-offs if needed.


Oconee River Trip – November 21-28
Miles 120
Start – Near Milledgeville
End –   US 221 Bridge Landing near Uvalda

Ocmulgee River Trip – December 5-13
Miles 150
Start – Near Macon
End –   US 221 Bridge Landing near Uvalda

Okefenokee NWR – December 11, 12, 13
Green Trail – Kingfisher to Bluff Lake(camp) to Round Top(camp) to Suwannee Canal

Altamaha River Trip – January 17-24 2015
Miles 122
Start – US 221 Bridge Landing near Uvalda
End –   Darien

Okefenokee NWR Trip – January 22, 23, 24
Red Trail – Launch at Kingfisher to Maul Hammock(camp) to Big Water(camp) to Stephen Foster State Park

Suwannee River Trip – February 4-7
Miles 35
Start – Fargo
End –   Cone bridge

St Marys River Trip – February 16-21
Miles 60
Start – near Macclenny at CR 121
End –  Near US #1

Okefenokee NWR – February 24-26

Okefenokee NWR – March 5,6,7

Okefenokee NWR – March 8,9,10

Okefenokee NWR – March 19,20,21