Document - Chattooga National Wild and Scenic River Upper River Use Report
AbstractThis report contributes to an ongoing discussion of recreation in the Chattooga River Wild and Scenic River (WSR) corridor and the effectiveness of current management practices. These practices seek to mitigate predicted conflict between visitors, limit congestion, and preserve 21-miles of free-flowing river in the upper stretches of the Chattooga. The stretches of river (also called river reaches) in this WSR hold immeasurable value to different visitor types, particularly anglers, hikers, and whitewater boaters.
DescriptionRiver Use Report for purposes of reconsidering congestion, conflict, and experience of various visitor types
Filename - Chattooga National Wild and Scenic River Upper River Use Report2183.pdf
Size - 1.89MB
Chattooga Headwaters (NC)
The US Forest Service has banned boating on the upper 21 miles of the Wild and Scenic Chattooga River.