Atlanta, GA 30308
Since 1967, the Georgia Conservancy has been guiding trips across the state that showcase Georgia's imperiled natural resources, and provide the public with the opportunity to advocate for their protection. We use our network of partners and peers to provide public access to barrier islands, river systems and nature preserves that are normally inaccessible or off-limits to the public.
Join us as we paddle the still, black waters of the Okefenokee Swamp. Come along as we snorkel in the crystal clear waters of the Conasauga River. Take our service trips to Cumberland, Ossabaw and Sapelo islands and help maintain pristine beaches and forest trails.
The majority of our trips are family friendly and designed to accommodate everyone, regardless of age or outdoor skill level. Please let us know if you have a special need or an impairment. We'll find a way to accommodate you.
Info & Amenities
Admission & Fees
General Admission $50
Georgia Conservancy Member $35
Family-friendly, Open Year 'Round
Suitable for Ages
Augusta Canal Paddle
05/15/2015 - 05/17/2015
On the weekend of May 15, join the Georgia Conservancy, the Georgia Canoeing Association, the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area and the Savannah Riverkeeper for our 3rd annual Augusta Canal Paddle. This trip is part of the Conservancy's Heartland Rivers of Georgia Paddle Series and allows for a Day Paddle option on Saturday, if you would prefer to join us for the afternoon.
"Built in 1845 as a source of power, water and transportation, the Augusta Canal is the only intact industr...read more
- In 2014, the Georgia Conservancy’s Stewardship Trips Program will: Lead over 1,500 people on trips and outdoor education experiences Visit 30-plus counties across Georgia Host more than 50 trips, service projects and special events Clear over 100 miles of trail and clean over 100 miles of river Remo