Lee County Rivers Alive 2017
Lee County Board of Commissioners and Lee County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the annual Rivers Alive. This will be the 10th year of commitment to maintaining the water ways of our county. This year's event will be held on Saturday July 8th. Volunteers will be traveling portions of the Kinchafoonee and Muckalee Creek removing trash and debris from the banks and bottom of the waterways. Canoes and Kayaks are available through the code enforcement department but, are limited in number and are loaned on a first come basis. Participants that register early will receive a Lee County Rivers Alive t-shirt. After the cleanup there will be a cookout at Chehaw Park for the volunteers. There is no age limit but, children under 17 years of age should have a parent or guardian with them. A waiver will need to signed and submitted to the county prior to June 28th. This is a family friendly event so, please no alcohol on the water or at the park. For more information please contact the Lee County Chamber of Commerce at (229) 759-2422.
Pinewood Road Bridge to Hwy #32 Bridge (9.5 miles)
Hwy #32 Bridge to Century Road Bridge (4.4 miles)
Century Road Bridge to Hwy #19 S Bridge (5.5. miles)
Hwy #19 Bridge to Chehaw Park Boat Landing (3.3 miles)
Forrester Parkway Bridge to Chehaw Park Boat Landing (3.3. miles)