Lee County Rivers Alive
Lee County Board of Commissioners will be hosting the annual Rivers Alive Saturday, July 18, 2015. Voluteers will be traveling portions of the Kinchafoonee and Muckalee Creek removing trash and debris along the way from the banks and bottom of the waterways. Canoes and Kayaks are available through the county code enforcement office but are limited in number and loaned on a first come basis. Participants that register early will receive a Lee County Rivers Alive t-shirt and a cookout prepared by the Sheriff's Office Grill Team will be held at Chewhaw Park after the event. There is no age limit but children under 17 should have an adult or guardian with them. A wavier will need to signed the day of the event by all volunteers. This is a family friendly event - please no alcohol on the water. For more information contact Jim Wright at the Lee County Code Enforcement Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (229)759-6000 ext. #2280.
Canoe trips on the Kinchafoonee Creek:
Hwy #118 West to Pinewood Road (All day event)
Pinewood Road to Hwy #32 West
Hwy #32 West to Century Road West.
Century Road West to U.S. 19 South.
Canoe trip on the Muckalee Creek:
Old football camp to Chewhaw Park.