Naylor Beach and Boat Ramp in Swim Guide 2023-04-18

Update 2023-04-21: Clean WIthlacoochee River 2023-04-20.

Now that Kimberly Tanner is testing weekly at Naylor Park Beach, we’ve added it to Swim Guide.

[Sites and Swim Guide Map 2023-04-18]
Sites and Swim Guide Map 2023-04-18

Since Naylor Boat Ramp is only 300 feet upstream on the Alapaha River, we’ve add it to Swim Guide with the same testing results.

They are both in Naylor Park, which is owned by Lowndes County, Georgia, and operated by Valdosta-Lowndes Parks and Recreational Authority (VLPRA).

[Naylor Beach and Boat Ramp, Alapaha River, in Swim Guide 2023-04-18]
Naylor Beach and Boat Ramp, Alapaha River

You can see the other Alapaha River “beaches” on the Swim Guide map, along with the Withlacoochee River and Little River “beaches”.

[Naylor Beach and Boat Ramp in Swim Guide Map]
Naylor Beach and Boat Ramp in Swim Guide Map

For more about the WWALS volunteer water quality testing program, see:

For the Alapaha River Water Trail, see:

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®

You can help with clean, swimmable, fishable, drinkable, water in the 10,000-square-mile Suwannee River Basin in Florida and Georgia by becoming a WWALS member today!