Rafting in Georgia

Whitewater rafting in Georgia offers some of the most enjoyable rapids in the Southeast. Northern Georgia's mountainous terrain is superb water sports country, offering a broad selection of rivers that enthrall novices and experts alike. There, for instance, is the Chattooga River, whose fabled white water divides Georgia from South Carolina.

White water Rafting in Georgia on the Chattahoochee River

Another notable attraction for whitewater rafting in Georgia is the Chattahoochee. Like the Chestatee, the Chattahoochee River starts by running to Lake Sidney Lanier near the northern mountains. But then the Chattahoochee gathers strength and widens into a major artery, heading first for Atlanta, and then bordering Alabama on its way southward to cross into Florida on its way to the Gulf of Mexico. Upstream of Atlanta, the Chattahoochee provides some enjoyable woodland flat water rafting, followed by several miles of floating past several miles of Atlanta's finest suburban homes.

Experienced Guides will add to the Enjoyment of Whitewater Rafting in Georgia

Outfitters are available to arrange whitewater rafting in Georgia for half day to one and half day trips. Among the wildlife to be seen along the way while whitewater rafting in Georgia are deer, beavers, turtles, wood ducks, snakes, raccoons and the occasional bear. Fishing is for small and large mouth bass, trout, perch, crappie, bream, red eye bass and catfish.

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Nantahala Outdoor Center

13077 Highway 19 W.Bryson CityNC28713USA

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Wildwater, LTD.

PO Box 309Long CreekSC29658USA

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