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Act Now to Preserve Your Freedom to Paddle Georgia's Rivers and Streams

Thanks to bills currently in the Georgia Legislature, we could lose access to parts of the Cartecay, Etowah, Chestatee, some or all of Murder, Mountaintown, Tesnatee, Ebenezer, and Warwoman Creeks and on and on.  It’s a long list!

New Scholarship Opportunity for Current and Future ACA Instructors

Currently Certified ACA Instructors & Safety Boaters Also Needed for Training Sessions

Why Join Georgia Canoeing Association?

Approximately 1,000 river access points linked to Google Maps. Click the access point link and generate driving directions.

Map of outfitters that provide shuttles in Georgia:

The GCA River Access Fund

The purpose of this fund is to support the conservation of Georgia’s water resources, preservation of our waterways and riparian environment, and to protect our right to access and use the waterways of the State. 


The first $1,000 in total contributions will be matched by the GCA.