A Project of the Stephens County Foundation
Sunset River Tour - September 5, 2020
SUNSET HISTORY TOUR
Saturday - September 5, 2020
Beginning at 4:30pm - 6:30pm (approx. end time)
Stephens County Park on Lake Hartwell
Highway 123 at the bridge on the GA/SC state line
ABOUT THE PADDLE:
Please join us for a last hooray paddle before fall sets in here in northeast Georgia. Being on the Tugaloo River at sunset is a very special time. The water is tranquil and there is so much to see and explore.
This is a guided Tour led by Kelly Vickers, a local historian.
It's an easy paddle up river to the railway viaduct and then on to the Indian Mound. Along the way see and learn about the rich history of the area and what remains now from days gone by.
We will return to the Park at approximate 6:30pm for a cookout and more stories about the local history.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE : Register early! Space is limited to 30 people. To register, please email us. Kindly register by September 2, 2020.
- Registrants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
DONATION : A suggested $10 per person donation for this event is greatly appreciated. Your donation will be put to good use! Proceeds to benefit the development of the Georgia Water Trail along our Historic Tugaloo River Corridor. Cash or check accepted at the event. Or you may donate online.
WHAT TO BRING
Canoe or kayak - Paddle - Personal Flotation Device
Sunscreen - Hat with Brim
Quick dry clothing
Water - snacks
copy of your ID to carry with you as you paddle
Bring your own beverage and something to grill for the SOCIALLY DISTANCED cookout.
We will provide paper products
Please read the Stephens County Foundation Tugaloo River History Tour Event Waiver before registering>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
KAYAK/ CANOE RENTAL
There are a limited number of kayaks and canoes available to rent from the Tugaloo Bend Heritage Park.
Rental includes paddle and PFD.
$30 per day for a canoe or kayak
$20 per day for renting 2 or more
Reservations recommended. Call: 706-282-7636 or submit a reservation request