Rice, Riches, and Redcoats: A Coastal Paddling Experience

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Rice, Riches, and Redcoats: A Coastal Paddling Experience

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 04/22/2017 - 04/23/2017
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Location
Fort King George Historic Site

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Celebrate Earth Day by enjoying a paddling trip through time. The trip includes admission to four coastal historic sites, beginning at Georgia’s First Fort- Fort King George, and concluding at Fort Frederica National Monument. Guests will travel along the historic waterways, paddling through old plantation rice canals.

Explore the riches of those that profited from the coastal environment, and enjoy the foundations of colonization in America’s 13th Colony. The first day will consist of approximately 8 miles of smooth paddling from Fort King George, to Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation State Historic Site, with a stop at the historic Butler Island House. Paddlers will camp on the grounds of Hofwyl Plantation. Sunday morning, the group will paddle 10 miles from Hofwyl Plantation onto Fort Frederica, located on St. Simon’s Island.
This trip is moderate difficulty, recommended for experienced paddlers only. Not suitable for children under 12.

Things to bring: sunscreen, hat & sunglasses, water, snacks, camping gear.
Lunches, Dinner Saturday and Breakfast Sunday will be provided.
Cost: $195.00 per person
Reservations can be made by calling Fort King George State Historic Site: 912-437-4770.

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