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The Alapaha River originates in Dooly County, Georgia and flows slightly eastward, but mostly southward, through south Georgia. It crosses the Georgia/Florida boundary in Echols County, Georgia, then goes on to join the Suwannee River in Florida, which flows into the Gulf of Mexico. The Willacoochee River is a tributary of the Alapaha, joining near the town of Willacoochee, Georgia. The Alapaha River is approximately 190 miles long.
Alapaha River in Echols County, Winter (5 Photos)
Alapaha River (Trails.com)
Alapaha River (Wikipedia)
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