The Southeast Coast Saltwater Paddling Trail is an approximately 800-mile map showing a main route, access points, and spur routes along the Atlantic Coast between the Chesapeake Bay and Saint Mary’s, Georgia, on that state’s border with Florida. The trail was developed by a coalition of federal and state agencies and private organizations. It was officially announced in April 2013. More information about the trail is available online at www.secoastpaddlingtrail.com.
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