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Georgia whitewater, Augusta Canal Overflow Flume

Richmond county, Close to Augusta section whitewater kayaking, rafting, and paddling information.

A great little park and play that butts up against the Rae's Creek Overflow. Watch for the hidden rock on river left, it can flip a kayak, although you wont go all the way, you can find your self grinding on an edge whilst smearing your face on the rock underneath. Says Nic O'Neill

If you're coming from Augusta-Richmond County it's not a long drive at all to the put-in location. The rivers for whitewater rafting and kayaking here in
    Georgia are often tougher than in other states, so you'd better keep in mind that many runs in this state are not easy. The nature scenery of Georgia and the playfulness of the water will make you feel great. Getting your
paddling muscles activated and just hanging out with mother nature will have you coming back for more. You can pitch a tent or park your RV at a nearby campground. No matter if you're whitewater rafting or kayaking in this general area you won't find many other paddling rivers. No shortage of good hotels, but you'd better reserve in advance because these hotels fill up quick. The Close to Augusta section of Augusta Canal Overflow Flume in  
Georgia is -blank- miles long and is a class III-V section of whitewater according to American Whitewater.

Briefly about the general area:
This is a popular location for people from Augusta-Richmond County, and there is a pleasant hiking trail close by called the Horn Creek Hiking Trail. A good deal of precipitation falls at Augusta Canal Overflow Flume. For the duration of March this area sees the most rain while November is the month with the least amount of precipitation. For the period of the months of summer at Augusta Canal Overflow Flume highs are commonly in the 90's.


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These outdoors activities are available near Augusta Canal Overflow Flume.
 Whitewater Near Augusta Canal Overflow Flume:
Savannah River, McCormick Columbia County, 16 miles away
      Class II(III) - 5 miles long (Stevens Creek Dam to North Augusta Boat Ramp)
Savannah River, Edgefield/ Aiken County, 20 miles away
      Class I - 12 miles long (US 221 below dam to US 25)
Stevens Creek, McCormick County, 27 miles away
      Class II+(III) - 13.2 miles long (Highway 283 to SR 23)
 Marinas Near Augusta Canal Overflow Flume:
Augusta Riverwalk Marina, Augusta , 1 miles away
 Hotels Near Augusta Canal Overflow Flume:
Americas Best Inn And Suites Augusta Downtown, Augusta , 1 miles away
Ramada Augusta Downtown Hotel & Conference Center, Augusta , 1 miles away
Augusta Marriott At The Convention Center, Augusta , 1 miles away
Holiday Inn Express AUGUSTA DOWNTOWN, Augusta , 1 miles away
Quality Inn Medical Center Area, Augusta , 1 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Augusta Canal Overflow Flume:
Flynn's Inn Camping Village, Augusta, 1 miles away
Redcliffe Plantation state Historic Site, Beech Island, 8 miles away
Betty's RV Park, Beech Island, 9 miles away
 Trails Near Augusta Canal Overflow Flume:
Horn Creek Hiking Trail, Edgefield , 15 miles away
 Public Lands Near Augusta Canal Overflow Flume:
Hamilton Branch State Park, South Carolina , 24 miles away
Mistletoe State Park, Georgia , 30 miles away
Magnolia Springs State Park, Georgia , 33 miles away
 Golf Courses Near Augusta Canal Overflow Flume:
The River Golf Club, North Augusta , 2 miles away
Midland Valley Golf Club, North Augusta , 2 miles away
Augusta Country Club, Augusta , 3 miles away
 Lakes Near Augusta Canal Overflow Flume
J. Strom Thurmond Reservoir, McCormick , 20 miles away

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