WWALS is pleased to see our neighbors to the east following suit
and working toward establishing a water trail like the
Alapaha River Water Trail (ARWT).
With time, the beautiful blackwater rivers of the
coastal plains may become a paddling destination of choice for
northern paddlers looking for a pleasant and scenic place to paddle
in winter and for locals wishing to reconnect with their regional
-Bret Wagenhorst, WWALS board member
And don’t forget the
Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail (WLRWT),
with prizes to be announced at the
WLRWT workshop February 27th at VSU.
Gordon Jackson, Brunswick News, 10 Decewmber 2015,
Support growing for Water trail along Satilla,
WOODBINE — Organizers believe a proposed 175-mile water trail
on the Satilla River could help Southeast Georgia meet the growing
demand for outdoor recreation activities.
The Satilla River Water Trail would stretch from Pierce County to
Camden County, with public access points with boat launches and
highway bridge crossings.
The Camden County Commission joined a long list of municipalities
from Pierce, Ware, Brantley and Charlton counties to express support
for creating a water trail. They hope to take advantage of the
growing demand for outdoor recreation activities in the state. There
are more than 1 million paddlers in Georgia, and more than $23
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