2017 Save the Date - JULY 22
ChattATL Day Paddle at Riverview Landing
Join the Georgia Conservancy and REI on Saturday, July 22 for a relaxing flat water paddle on the beautiful and resurgent Chattahoochee River.
While underutilized by outdoor recreation enthusiasts, this stretch of river just west of Atlanta offers metro Atlanta paddlers some of the best access to flat water padding in the region.
Guests will meet at Riverview Landing, just outside the I-285 perimeter, and paddle the beautiful 11-mile stretch of river to the DNR boat ramp near Sweetwater Creek State Park. Paddlers can choose between bringing their own canoe or kayak or renting a kayak from REI (a limited number of kayaks are available, so register fast!)
The Georgia Conservancy will be hosting an after-paddle party at Riverview Landing, featuring a riverside cookout and complementary SweetWater Brewing Company beer.
Trip Price: TBD
Recommended Experience Levels: Novice
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*DETAILS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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*Registration opens to Georgia Conservancy members on May 15 to the General Public on May 17
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 Kelsey McNamara at email@example.com. Are you adding on a membership with this trip purchase? Use (GCMember) promo code to receive a $5 discount. Adding on a Cambium membership? Use (GCCambium) promo code to receive $10 off your purchase.
Participants who choose to camp have unlimited access to our REI sponsored Gear Bank which includes tents, sleeping pads, backpacks, and flashlights for a one-time fee of $5. Using your account ID #, Georgia Conservancy members (Live Oak level and above) will receive a $5 discount (which makes it free) for the Gear Bank Access.
The ChattATL Paddle at Riverview Landing 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.
Learn more about the Georgia Conservancy's Stewardship Trips Program.