You can support one of our many events below by buying tickets, or by becoming a sponsor.
For tickets, follow the link to each event’s web page. To sponsor an event, contact the event’s organizer, or contact us, to learn how!
WWALS also holds many more paddle outings, cleanups, and other events; see Outings and Events, and WWALS members also get an upcoming list in the Tannin Times newsletter.
The last Saturday in April.
Our first big event, started way back in 2013, a three-mile downstream course on the Little River to the Reed Bingham State Park Lake. First prize is $100, with strong competition. Or you can just paddle. Proceeds benefit Friends of Reed Bingham State Park (FORB) and WWALS.
Late August, inside in air conditioning.
There should be more songs about the Suwannee River, or the Withlacoochee, Willacoochee, Alapaha, Alapahoochee, Little, New, Dead, or Gopher Rivers, Okapilco, Piscola, or other Creeks, the Okefenokee Swamp, Grand Bay, or springs, sinks, swamps, or ponds.
Late October or early November, on the Withlacoochee River.
Some friendly cross-state-line rivalry, in a fun filled day of paddle racing and leisurely paddling on an idyllic blackwater river. Plenty of water, no deadfalls, plus shoals!
A new event started at the 2019 Winter Solstice.
Decorate your boat with lights and paddle out on Banks Lake for prizes!
How to Sponsor
Contact us, or each event’s organizer, to learn how!
And you can always donate to the WWALS general fund.