Guidebook highlights Flint River’s heritage
Flint River User’s Guide
University of Georgia Press
The Flint River is arguably Georgia's most beautiful river, and in terms of the terrain through which it flows on its 344-mile journey, there is not another Georgia river that exposes the river traveler to more diverse vistas. From the bottomland swamps in its headwaters, through soaring views of Pine Mountain and rapids in the Piedmont, to breathtakingly clear springs in the Coastal Plain, the Flint is filled with surprises at virtually every bend.
Published by the University of Georgia Press and written by Joe Cook, the Flint River User's Guide is a portal to adventure on this spectacular river.
The fourth in a series of Georgia River Network recreational guidebooks, the book brings to life the river's cultural and natural heritage while providing all the details needed to get out on the river and enjoy it via canoe, kayak, paddleboard or motorized vessel.