Guided River Tours


Ride comfortably in this spacious boat. 






Boat Tours

Dinner and Afternoon Trips


Travel from Towns Bluff Park and Heritage Center to Benton Lee’s Steak House. Trip starts at Towns Bluff Park. The Heritage Center at the Park has some interesting information about the history of the Altamaha River and the area. After leaving the Park you will travel up river to see where the Oconee and Ocmulgee rivers come together to form the Mighty Altamaha River. Your travel down river passes through the Bullard Creek Wildlife Management Area. Benton Lee’s Steak House is a local favorite. Enjoy a Delicious Steak and great atmosphere along the Altamaha River. After your meal you will travel back up river to Towns Bluff Park. What a wonderful way to spend a Saturday Evening.
Round Trip (Altamaha River)

Satilla River:

The Satilla River is one of South Georgia’s well kept secrets. One leg of this River begins in Coffee County, south of Douglas Georgia. The other leg begins in Jeff Davis County near Highway 19. The Two meet up South of Highway 301, near Nahunta Georgia. This is one of the most beautiful Rivers left in South Georgia. The tea colored water contrasts with the white sand and meanders through Jeff Davis, Coffee, Appling, Pierce, Brantley, Ware, Camden and Charlton Counties. The Section from Hoboken to Atkinson is Wild and has very little traffic. Most of the Hardwood Bottoms have been cut, but it still is a special place. This river is home to many Birds, Wild Hogs, Turkeys, Deer and countless smaller Animals. Excellent for Wildlife viewing and Photography.


Ocmulgee River:

 The Ocmulgee River is noted for its tall Corridors and swift current. There are still areas that remain quiet and wild. The River stays relatively clear most of the year and supports large populations of Deer, Duck and Wild Hog along with a variety of Birds. The fishing is excellent, with Red Breast, Crappie, and Channel Catfish. There is a large population of Appaloosa Catfish also. In June of 1932 George W Perry caught the world-record Largemouth Bass in Montgomery Lake in Telfair County, Georgia. The fish weighed 22 1/4 pounds. This record still stands today, but it was tied in 2010. Montgomery Lake was an oxbow lake on the Ocmulgee River.

Oconee River:

The Oconee River has been named as an Endangered Place by The Southern Environmental Law Center. It joins the Ocmulgee River to form the Altamaha River just a little piece up river from Towns Bluff Heritage Park, in Hazlehurst.

Altamaha River:

This Mighty River is the Largest River in Georgia. The River is wide and slow moving. It begins is long journey near Hazlehurst and meets the Ocean near Two Way Fish Camp, near Darien. This River is noted for recreation of all types. Boating and Fishing during the spring and summer, hunting during the fall and winter. The River is home to several Species of Wilde Life and still has many large Hardwood Bottoms. The Ocmulgee, Oconee, and the Altamaha rivers were the main Highway for the Steam Boat Era, 1830’s to 1930’s. This area is loaded with History of early Georgia.


Other Trips:

Two hours, Half-Day, All Day (8 hrs. ) And 2 and 3 day Trips ( Spring and Summer) are available.

All Tidal Creeks and Rivers in Glynn and Camden Counties are Half day or Full Day Only.