There's Something Incredible About These 10 Rivers In Georgia
If you’re not a real outdoorsman or woman, then it’s really time you gave it a try! There’s so much to experience and love in the great wilderness of Georgia. I don’t know what it is, but there’s just something about these Georgia rivers and streams that makes them simply amazing!
1. Apalachee River - High Shoals, Georgia
The Apalachee River is a rushing river in High Shoals, Georgia. Would you dare go kayaking downstream on this river?
2. Chattahoochee River - Columbus Georgia
The Chattahoochee River is a massive and popular river that forms the southern half of the Georgia and Alabama border. This important river also provides 70% of metro Atlanta's drinking water!
3. River near the Georgia Guidestones - Elberton, Georgia
This beautiful river is near Elberton, Georgia, and it sure looks like a fun time!
4. Altamaha River - Darien, Georgia
This major river in southeast Georgia is beautiful and graceful.
5. Sweetwater Creek - Douglas, Georgia
While this isn't technically a river, it's an amazingly beautiful stretch of land. Take the wooded trail and walk along this gushing creek to experience a piece of Georgia nature.
Pictured Here: Another shot of Sweetwater Creek
6. Yellow River - Stone Mountain, Georgia
The Yellow River is a 76-mile tributary in Gwinnett County. This mellow river is a great spot to go fishing.
7. The river along the trail to Anna Ruby Falls - Sautee Nacoochee
Located near the gorgeous Helen, Georgia, this river runs along Anna Ruby Falls Road in Sautee Nacoochee. Isn't this gushing river breathtaking?
8. Towaliga Falls - Jackson, Georgia
These falls are located in High Falls State Park and they're one of the best attractions in Jackson, Georgia. It's a great place to camp, You'll just love this quiet and peaceful strip of nature.
9. Savannah River - Savannah, Georgia
I couldn't write about Georgia rivers without mentioning the Savannah River! With an amazing Georgia city set right on it, the Savannah River is a place where people can relax and ride a ferry.
10. Tallulah River - Tallulah Falls, Georgia
Of course, Tallulah River makes the list because it holds one of the most amazing Georgia structures; Tallulah Gorge. This is a favorite campground and recreational site for Georgia folks as well.
What’s your favorite Georgia river or stream? Do you and your family and friends ever get out on the river and kayak? Tell us in the comments below!
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