Spring Creek Paddle
Join the Georgia Conservancy on our first-ever paddle of Spring Creek in Seminole and Decatur counties. Spring Creek, a natural tributary of the Flint River, meets the Flint and the Chattahoochee River at Lake Seminole in extreme Southwest Georgia.
Our Saturday paddle will begin at US Highway 84 in Brinson, Georgia and conclude at Smith Landing, 7.5 miles downstream. Paddlers will enjoy crisp spring waters, bottomland swamps and blue holes during their time on Spring Creek.
This paddle is in June, so be prepared for many stops to cool off.
This is a day trip, but two-nights of camping at Seminole State Park are being offered FREE of charge. If you plan to camp, please indicate this during registration. If you are interested in staying in a cabin for the weekend, please register at the Seminole State Park website.
Saturday Day Paddle (No Boat) - $40 Per Person**
Price does not include canoe or kayak
SATURDAY DAY PADDLE (NO BOAT) - $60 PER PERSON**
Includes one spot in a single kayak or one spot in two-person canoe.
Weekend Camping at Seminole State Park - FREE
Meals not included.
Please contact Seminole State Park for upgrading to a cabin
** Children 14 and under register for FREE on select Heartland Rivers of Georgia Paddle Series Trips. When completing registration add your children’s names and ages under Question #1.
- Children must be 14 and under
- Children must be accompanied by a full paying adult.
- All children must have a signed waiver from their legal guardian
- Boat rental and meals not included. Camping Only.
- Does not include our Flint River Paddle at Montezuma Bluffs.
- One adult for every two children.
Membership Discounts - A Georgia Conservancy membership comes a number of Stewardship Trips and Events discounts.
Georgia Conservancy members (Live Oak Level and above)- use your member id # to receive a discount when registering for a trip. . Having trouble identifying your membership id #? Contact Alexis Torres at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Spring Creek Paddle is one of our twelve Heartland Rivers of Georgia trips featuring camping, paddling and stewardship in south and central Georgia. The series brings to light conservation efforts, economic development and recreational opportunities on the Flint, Ochlockonee, Ocmulgee, Ogeechee, Chattahoochee, Altamaha, Satilla, Savannah and Yellow rivers, as well as Spring Creek near Bainbridge.
Largely unknown to the Georgia outdoor enthusiast, Georgia’s heartland rivers are a treasure trove of unparalleled natural beauty and recreation opportunity just a short drive from home.
Learn more about the Georgia Conservancy's Stewardship Trips Program