Potano Paddling Trail

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The Potano Padding Trail is a Florida State designated trail, getting its name from an Indian tribe that inhabited the area until the late 1600’s. The trail consists of two distinct sections: (1) a circumnavigation of Newnans Lake (a mostly easy paddle), and (2) Prairie Creek (which can be a more technical paddle), from the southwest corner of the lake to the trail endpoint at the SR 234 bridge.

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