Rivers and Creeks in North Georgia Mountains
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Rivers and Creeks in Lumpkin County, North Georgia Mountains
fishing, rafting, kayaking, canoeing and tubing.


Dicks Creek

Waters Creek Campground to Turners Corner
Class 4
2 mile
Average Gradient 40 fpm

This Creek takes a lot of rain, Look for the Chestatee to be over 2000 cfs

 

Etowah River

Section 3
US 19 to Highway 136
Class 2-4
13.3 Miles

This River can be separated into two sections. The upper section is a 5.9 mile run. The upper part of this river would be a Class 1-2. The lower section is a 7.4 mile run, disappearing into an abandoned mining tunnel.

Put in: To the Upper Section take Highway 52 West from Dahlonega for 6 miles to the bridge. To the Lower Section, follow Highway 9 from Dahlonega for 4 miles.

Take out: Follow Highway 9 for 1.5 miles to Old Highway 9 East. Turn Left and follow Old 9 East 4 miles to Auraria. Turn Right on Castleberry Bridge Road and go 1 mile to the bridge


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