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105 miles, 7 days, 1 great time

Paddle Georgia 2014 - Chattahoochee River

10th Anniversary Trip
June 21-27, 2014

  • Daily paddling trips averaging 16 miles

  • Nightly camping with meals, games, entertainment and educational programs

  • Tours of historic sites, industrial facilities and more

  • Chemical and biological water monitoring opportunities

  • Companionship and camaraderie with hundreds of fellow paddlers

  • Fundraiser for Georgia River Network and Chattahoochee Riverkeeper

2014 Registration

Paddle Georgia registration is now offline. To add yourself to the information list for Paddle Georgia 2015, click here.

Click here to read the January 8, 2014 email explaining how registration will work.

Timeline for 2014 registration:
January 27-Feb 6 - Priority registration for qualified 2013 Canoe-A-Thon participants.
Feb 10-March 2 - Apply for thru and lite spots to be awarded by lottery/invitation (Link disabled)
March 7-21 - Registration for selected participants

Learn about Canoe-A-Thon and priority registration for Paddle Georgia 2015


Georgia Educators Paddle Georgia Scholarship Program

Are you a Georgia educator teaching grades K-12? If so, you are eligible to apply for one of 12 scholarships to participate in Paddle Georgia 2014 for FREE! Receive training in Georgia Adopt-A-Stream and Project WET and take your 7-day adventure on the Chattahoochee back to the classroom during the 2014-15 school year. This program is made possible through support from the Captain Planet Foundation, National Park Service and Cobb County Watershed Stewardship. Click here to learn more. To download the application, click here.

NEW - Paddle Georgia Fall Float on the Flint River

Join Georgia River Network Columbus Day weekend 2014 for a voyage on the Flint River that would fill Christopher Columbus with envy. Oct. 10-13, we'll travel 70 miles on the Flint from Albany to Bainbridge taking in the best of the Flint--beautiful blue hole springs, lively rapids, rich history, abundant wildlife and more! Fashioned after our annual week-long Paddle Georgia events, we'll tent camp at Chehaw Park and on the river two nights at Rocky Bend Flint River Retreat. Like our annual summer adventure, we'll enjoy catered meals, educational programs and great camaraderie as we make our way down one of Georgia's most beautiful rivers during a beautiful time of year. Tent camping only with limited options for indoor camping. Registration for this event will begin in late March. Click here for more info.


Paddle Georgia Tshirt Design Contest

Georgia River Network is sponsoring a special 10th Anniversary Paddle Georgia T-shirt design contest. The winner of the contest will have their design emblazoned on a limited edition T-shirt that will be available for purchase this June during Paddle Georgia. (Note: This is not the t-shirt given to all participants). The design will go on special tie-dyed t-shirts created by Bonny Putney and her merry band of hand-stained volunteers! To enter your design, submit it to Gwyneth@garivers.org and we'll post it on Facebook. The design with the most likes by May 21 will be the winner. The winner will receive...a complimentary t-shirt (of course), priority registration for Paddle Georgia 2015 and a $100 discount on an upcoming Paddle Georgia event. The design must include the words Georgia River Network, Paddle Georgia and 10th Anniversary.

Hidden Gems Paddles

Georgia River Network will again sponsor the Hidden Gems paddling series of day long paddles in 2014 on the Chattahoochee whitewater in Columbus, Oconee River, Ogeechee River and Satilla River. For dates and details, click here.

 

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