Alabama Scenic River Trail

Alabama Scenic River Trail At 631 miles, the Alabama Scenic River Trail is the longest river trail in a single state. The Trail was designated as a National Recreation Trail about the time of its official opening in the summer of 2008. While the goal of an established...
Tuckaseegee

Tuckaseegee

The Tuckaseegee is a favorite river for whitewater canoe and kayak instruction. There are lots of large eddies and places to practice with easy recovery for those cases when the eddy line wins. During the Summer months the Tuckaseegee river still has water from dam...

Little River Canyon Fact Sheet

Where:NE Alabama; about 40 miles west of Rome, Georgia. The Little River in Alabama,commonly referred to as Little River Canyon, is a medium size pool and drop river running through an outstanding canyon offering class III to V whitewater for canoe and kayak. ...
Conasauga – Upper

Conasauga – Upper

Gauges: stick gauge at take out creek mouth, 1.8’ 3/27/11, a little low. Mill Creek at Crandall Ga. 100 cfs at 6:00 AM, needs to be 50 and rising. Holly Ck at 1200, needs to be 600+, per Michael McCurdy. Rapid locations (latitude, longitude, degrees) courtesy Tom...
Hiwassee

Hiwassee

The Hiwassee river is a fantastic place to canoe or kayak. It is packed with enough challenges to provide lots of swimming opportunities with low to moderate penalty for becoming separated from your canoe or kayak. There are play spots everywhere! During the Summer...