Proposed for the WWALS January 2014 outing:
the river most people know nothing about,
from the convergence of Mud Swamp Creek where Grand Bay Creek forms the border
between Lowndes County and Echols County in Georgia east of Valdosta,
about 14 miles through Echols County between Lake Park and Statenville,
to the Alapaha River in Hamilton County, Florida east of Jennings:
the Alapahoochee River.
It has a waterfall, limestone caves, and boat ramps, all pictured by
South Georgia Kayak Fishing 3 September 2011 in
Alapahoochee convergence at Alapaha River – Jennings, FL.
Here’s a brief day paddle description,
Florida whitewater, Alapahoochee River Grand Bay Canal),
Echols / Hamilton county, GA SR 135 to FL SR 150 on Alapaha section
whitewater kayaking, rafting, and paddling information.
This stretch of Alapahoochee River Grand Bay Canal) in Echols /
Hamilton County is 4.5 miles long and is according to American
Whitewater a class II section of whitewater.