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Camping on the Broad River 


    Our camp sites are located at "The BRO" and are available for individuals or groups with reservations.   Paddle the upper section, camp out and then enjoy the white water section the next day!  Or come the evening before and have a whole day without setting up or taking down your camp.   Or canoe/kayak camp along up to 60 miles of navigable Broad River.


    Our rustic sites are located in the beautiful forests surrounding the Broad River. We offer smaller, secluded sites as well as larger group sites, suitable for groups of scouts, church groups, friends or corporate gatherings. They include fire pits, picnic tables hot showers and privy.   Privies and shower house cannot always be cleaned in a timely manner but campers can access freshwater to wash hands before and after use of the facilities. 

    Make your kayaking trip on the Broad River a weekend get-a-way by camping with us!  Also inquire about setting up a  multi-day kayak or canoe camping trip on the Broad River. Campground and showers reserved for boaters as well as non-paddlers in their group.


 To camp on site,  Reservations required for a boat using a master/ visa card for a deposit.


Minimum Donations of $1 per person per night  goes to the the, a land trust.

Private Boaters using the camp costs $5 per person per night which is NOT a donation.

       NO RV's, guns,  late night Lanterns or Noise.

   Dogs must be leashed and poop collected.

  Friendly dogs only and with no barking at night

No cutting of live trees. Permission required to cut dead trees for firewood.    BYO wood.  Some firewood is for sale but supply is not consistent.         

NO bonfires allowed except with BRO permission at the riverside pavilion

                    Quiet time is 10 pm.




Altamaha Coastal Tours 

in  Darien, Ga. and near St. Simons Island

Open year round - Guided and unguided.

        Sad but currently closed.      

Explore the magical estuary  and river called

the "Altamaha River Bioreserve" by The Nature Conservancy. The NC helped establish 100 miles of protected river banks and barrier islands.  Explore   the river's backwater lakes and sloughs, pristine swamps and marsh teeming with wildlife to see old growth cypress, shell rings and historical sites.

Wildlife abounds with Swallow tail kits, bald eagles,

osprey, spoon bills, wood storks, waterfowl, alligators, mink, otter,  manatee and more.  Great birding , fishing, camping and endless exploring  year round.  The tides rule... Reservations ONLY.

broad river camp grounds

Broad River Group sites

Exploring the Altamaha Estuary

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