Canceled due to
“the Weather Channel reporting 80% chance of severe weather.” We look forward to seeing you on future outings.
Bicycles and boats!
There’s no shuttle, because we get from the takeout to the put-in on bicycles,
on this Suwannee River paddle, with optional river camping.
WWALS map of Suwannee River Wilderness Trail (SRWT)
Meet at Hal W. Adams Bridge, unload boats and gear.
We will have a designated person watch the boasts and gear.
Drive cars to Hardenbergh Public Boat Ramp.
Bike about 30 minutes back along CR 354 to Hal W. Adams Bridge, secure bikes, launch boats, paddle to Telford Springs, and cool off a bit.
Paddle to Peacock Slough River Camp.
Camp overnight (or paddle through).
Call Suwannee River Wilderness Trail for reservations at 800-868-9914.
We can rest at Cow Springs and pass Drew Bridge for historical site and take out at Hardenbergh Bridge.
This outing eliminates putting people at COVID-19 risk by removing the need to shuttle.
We will be able to maintain social distancing while paddling and biking.
Gather 9 AM, launch 10 AM, Saturday, August 29, 2020
Bring: a bicycle, and the usual personal flotation device, boat paddles, food, drinking water, warm clothes, and first aid kit.
If you’re going to camp, bring camping gear.
Also trash pickers and trash bags: every WWALS outing is also a cleanup.
Boats: Kayaks and maybe canoes are available to borrow but please let us know at least 2 days prior to the event. Bring your own if you have it.
Free: This outing is free to WWALS members, and $10 (ten dollars) for non-members.
We recommend you support the work of WWALS by
becoming a WWALS member today!
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