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Alapaha River


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.

Links:

Alapaha River (Save our Suwannee, Inc.)
Feature Detail Report for: Alapaha River (USGS)
Alapaha River (Trails.com)

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Alapaha River Map
Source: Reid McCallister and Charles Pou

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Alapaha River in Spring/Summer
Source: Jim Kundell

Alapaha River View large image

Alapaha River in Spring/Summer
Source: Jim Kundell

Alapaha River View large image

Alapaha River in Winter
Source: Tim Sewell

Alapaha River View large image

Alapaha River in Winter
Source: Tim Sewell