Adopt a Stream and Cleanup Sites

Volunteers can download maps at this link which contains a folder with some small scale maps. We also have an online map showing major cleanup locations.

Boaters can use this link.

Shoreline volunteers can use this link.

Several popular float trip options include trips from Townsend Bike Trail to Perry’s Mill, from Perry’s Mill to River John’s Island, from River John’s Island to Rockford Community Park. Local Outfitter River John’s can help with boat shuttles and canoe rentals for a fee.

If you are boating Little River as part of a river cleanup we recommend you check USGS data on current stream flow. Little River can be a relaxing float trip, but it can also be a dangerous body of water.  Note to:

All boats, including canoes and kayaks, must be equipped with one wearable Personal Floatation
Device (life jacket) for each person on board or for each person being towed on water skis, etc. Boats 16 feet in length or over (except canoes and kayaks) must also be equipped with one Type IV (throwable) Personal Flotation Device in case someone falls overboard. All children 12 years of age and younger are required to wear a Coast Guard approved life jacket while on the open deck of a recreational boat except when anchored, moored, or aground.