From its formation at the Jim Woodruff Dam near the Georgia border, the Apalachicola river is undammed and largely wild, flowing past large tracts of public and protected lands. High bluffs, abundant wildlife, and rare animals and plants make this river among the most unique in Florida, and at the right water conditions, large sandbars make for ideal primitive campsites. This website provides information resources to assist you in planning and enjoying a safe and successful boating adventure. Photos: Earl Morrogh. All rights reserved.

Explore the Apalachicola River

Guest Photographer

Saving An American Treasure

Paddling Books

Interactive Map

Listen to "The River,"
featuring Chip Tanner of Dixie Remedy Company.
From the CD
Back to Apalach.