Broad River Water Trail
To preserve the Broad River as a free-flowing system, promote safe and low-impact recreational use of the river's water trail and its surrounding lands, and to advocate respect for private property rights and the preservation of sensitive natural areas and wildlife habitat through education and community support.
Brown's Guide to Georgia - Paddling Guides: Broad River (link to external website)
Georgia River Network's Paddle Georgia 2010 (contains information / maps and external links)
Upper Broad River (the headwaters downstream to the junction of the Hudson River and Middle Fork of the Broad River)
Middle Broad River (from the junction of the Hudson River and Middle Fork downstream to and including the South Fork of the Broad River)
Lower Broad River (downstream of the junction of the South Fork and the Broad Rivers)
Education / History of the Broad River
2013 Fall Float / Water Trail Kick-off
Saturday October 5, 2013
The 2013 Fall Float will occur on October 5, 2013. Follow the link below for more information.