The Little River Trail mentioned is a hiking trail, but it and
Reed Bingham State Park (RBSP) are on the WWALS
Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail.
RBSP is the site of the annual WWALS and FORB BIG Little River Paddle Race and where last summer FORB invited WWALS to help fifty new boaters paddle.
Jared Ranahan, Forbes, August 7, 2020,
Six Underrated Southern Destinations To Include On A Nature Lover’s Road Trip,
Forbes: Reed Bingham State Park, Underrated Southern Nature Lover Destination
“The gopher tortoise is a burrowing animal, and other creatures such as gopher frogs, indigo snakes, … [+] Georgia Department of Natural Resources”
Reed Bingham State Park
For those wishing to encounter a wide array of native Georgian flora
and fauna, few destinations compare to Reed Bingham State Park, a
1,613-acre stretch of land located in the depths of rural southern
Georgia. The park is rife with hiking trails that showcase the rich
biodiversity of the region—the Little River Trail crosses
through pristine swamp, offering glimpses of river otters, turtles,
and bald cypress trees, while the short Turkey Oak Trail is home to
native ectothermic species ranging from indigo snakes to Georgia’s
own state reptile, the gopher tortoise. Be sure to spend some time
exploring the banks of Reed Bingham Park Lake—this idyllic
water feature is a popular local spot for kayaking and fishing.