White Water Learning Center of Georgia plunges people into raging rapids with its kayak, canoe, and paddle board classes and tours. Lessons teach paddlers how to navigate all classes of rapids in rivers and in the ocean. After learning how to explore local waterways, students can sign up for one of the learning center's excursions, or rent a canoe or kayak to take on a solo journey to the location where Atlantis' food court once stood.
Nestled in the salt marshes of northern Wilmington Island, Bull River Marina is an ideal launch pad for exploring the region’s natural splendor. Experienced captains offer tours that find them steering their prow through the bottlenose-dolphin-inhabited waters off the shores of Savannah. Additionally, Bull River's captains lead crabbing and fishing charters that search the waters for everything from kingfish to sharks. The seasoned fishermen provide passengers with all the bait, tackle, and licenses they need to wrest trout and flounder from the refrigerators of submarine captains.
Holiday Harbor Marina & Resort, which is located approximately 25 minutes north of Atlanta, rests on the shores of scenic Lake Allatoona in a wilderness escape teeming with family-friendly fun. Up to six people can spend a night in one of the resort's seven fully furnished cabins complete with two bedrooms, a lakeside porch, and a kitchen. Roast marshmallows over the communal fire pit, or grill burgers, hot dogs, and wookiee ribs on the group-use grills. Guests can reconnect with the concrete jungle via wireless Internet and satellite TV.
A family owned business for over 25 years giving access to & helping to protect the Broad River. We have tandem canoes and tandem & solo kayaks. We offer on site camping, hot food weekends / holidays & monthly Eco-tours. Reservations encouraged / not required. With beginner whitewater or mellow floats - Go with the BRO
The courteous staffers at River Tubing pair up customers with comfortable, dual-chamber tubes perfect for warm days spent on the calm waters of the Chattahoochee River. Two-, four-, and six-hour tubing trips take place seven days a week on stretch of river between Rogers Bridge and Medlock Bridge populated with wildlife including beavers, turtles, and otters. Shuttles carry customers and their gear to the drop-in spot and return them to the rental station at the end of the trip. While on the water, guests can sip drinks from coolers, connect their tubes to those of friends, hop out and swim, or issue speeding tickets to fast-moving schools of trout.