Coastal Georgia’s waters are some of the most secluded and natural environments remaining along the U.S. eastern seaboard. Boaters and outdoor enthusiasts value the serenity and wide open low country for its wildlife, seafood and access to charming towns and cities perched along the numerous rivers, creeks and channels.
With a little over 100 miles of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway coursing along the state’s coast, you could spend a lifetime exploring its rich culture and history. Navigate off the beaten path of the AICW and you will find communities like Darien, which has just announced a new addition to the city’s riverfront.
The Waterway Guide Team has gained extensive boating knowledge over the years, and now we are sharing all of the tips, skills and tools we’ve picked up along the way!