Paddle Those Pounds away.
Want to have a ton of fun while you’re getting fit? Just add water. Georgia State Parks offer an abundance of scenic waterways to explore, for both seasoned paddlers and wet-behind-the-ears beginners, too.
There’s even a Park Paddlers Club for folks who get hooked on this great form of exercise!
The club offers paddlers a unique vantage on the state as they explore 22 miles of scenicwaterways, across six different parks. Parks vary in difficulty, so paddlers have a chance to improve their skill level as they work towards completion. After visiting all six parks, members earn their own t-shirt and bragging rights!
Membership cards are also available by calling (770) 389-7401 or sending an email to Anissa.Carter@gadnr.org.
Please note: Some sites may be affected by drought conditions and low water. Please make sure to call ahead and verify that the water trail is open. All members must know how to swim, children must be 3 years of age or older, and personal flotation devices are required for everyone. You may bring your own canoe or kayak. Some sites or local outfitters provide rentals.
Sign up now!