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WHITEWATER RAFTING

from MILD to wild

Splash into one of the most exciting sections of whitewater in the country.

Our whitewater course is the largest of its kind in the world, and is best described “as wild as Colorado, and as warm as Costa Rica.”

With a dam-controlled flow, we have the ability to provide two types of whitewater rafting experiences.

In the morning, our low-flow excursions provide just the right amount of adventure for the whole family.

In the afternoon the high-flow kicks in, sending up to 13,000 cfs of adrenaline-pumping whitewater towards our class III-V rapids.

Our whitewater rafting truly is the best of both worlds.

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aerial adventure

zipline across two states

Take flight on The Blue Heron Adventure—the only dual-zip lines in America that connect two states.

Fly over the crashing whitewater, 45 ft. below, at speeds of up to 40 mph on your way to Alabama.

There, you’ll be greeted by The Blue Heron Aerial Course—10 multi-level obstacles, each more challenging than the last.

But, the fun doesn’t stop there.

Next up, you’ll navigate the Treetop Zip Course, before flying back across the Chattahoochee to where you started.

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kayaking

paddle with the best

Learn to kayak with some of the best Level 4 ACA instructors in the country.

RushSouth has become the wintering grounds for the world’s elite freestyle kayakers, with two world-champions calling the area home.

Whether you’re a first-timer or trying to win a title, you’ll be in very good hands.

If a leisurely paddle is more your pace, our guides will show you the best stretches of river to get back to nature.

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S.U.P.

Stand up OR DOWNWARD DOG

S.U.P. (Stand Up Paddleboarding) is one of the fastest growing sports in the country.

It’s also one of the easiest and fun ways to enjoy our river.

Whether you want to relax on a flatwater paddle, or venture into more adventurous currents, our guides can show you the strokes, and outfit you with all the gear you’ll need to get started.

If you’re looking to relieve some stress, join us for a sunrise S.U.P yoga class—a truly unique full-body workout.

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fishing

BASS On the fly

If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to fly fish, allow our Orvis outdoor guides to show you the way.

We’ll outfit you with waders, boots, rod and reel. We’ll show you best spots, where the elusive Shoal Bass hide.

We’ll even show you how to tie your flies and use the correct casting technique.

How many fish you catch is entirely up to you.

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riverwalk

20 miles of photo opportunities

At any given time of day you’ll see locals enjoying the RiverWalk—the loop of scenic pathways that connect RushSouth.

A popular place to run, bike, or to walk off dinner, with spectacular views of the Chattahoochee.

Try your luck on our PDGA River Course—fun for beginners and seasoned disc golfers alike.

Or, make your way to Riverwalk Island to watch the kayakers battle our most challenging rapids.

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woodruff park

A place to gather

Conveniently located in front of Whitewater Express on the Columbus side, you’ll find Woodruff Riverfront Park.

This multi-use space is enjoyed by the entire community, and there’s always something going on.

Younger visitors are sure to enjoy the splash pad and interactive playground, while kids and adults alike can try their hand at slacklining, or take part in a free yoga class.

Of course, you can always pull up a hammock and just soak it all in.

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