Unbeatable Places to Kayak
From rivers just outside Atlanta to coastal waterways to the swamps of south Georgia, there is no shortage of kayaking opportunities in the state. Whether it is your first time kayaking or you're a seasoned veteran of the water, Georgia has a little something for everyone.
With an estimated 20,000 alligators calling the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge home, that's up to 40,000 eyes watching you as you tour the swamplands. Feeling adventurous? Take a personal tour in a kayak or canoe through the majestic cypress trees knowing you're being watched from the water's black eerie surface.
Our Guide to Tallulah Gorge State Park provides insider tips for hiking to waterfalls, braving the suspension bridge, taking a kayak tour and much more!
Outdoors and Adventure in Georgia
Do you like pushing your limits with a difficult hike in the North Georgia mountains, or is tubing leisurely down the Chattahoochee River more your speed? No matter what you prefer, Georgia has you covered with the great outdoors.