The sign ups for this trip have closed. Keep an eye out for the trips we will be having later this semester.
The Trailblazers invite you to a Fall break trip to the Okefenokee swamp and national wildlife refuge. Okefenokee is a unique and beautiful natural ecosystem located in the South on the border of Georgia and Florida. It has the distinction of being a wildlife refuge and also a wilderness preservation system. Okefenokee boasts the largest intact freshwater ecosystem in the world!
This trip to the Okefenokee includes amazing service work on the waters, maintenance of water trails while boating and canoeing and recreational activities like sunset boat tour, nature trail hiking, bird and wildlife watching, and stargazing. It is a great opportunity to do some meaningful service, great outdoor adventure, and make friends with your fellow yellow jackets. The detailed itinerary if the trip is listed below. There are only 10 spots available on the trip. Sign-up today to reserve your spot.
October 8- Leave Georgia Tech campus, reach the cabin, relax, and take a sunset boat tour
October 9- Service work, maintenance of water trails in boats and canoes, go stargazing at night
October 10- Service work, maintenance of water trails in boats and canoes, play in the playground and lake
October 11- Hike nature trail, bird and wildlife watching, come back to campus by 7
The cost of the trip is $100 which includes everything required- membership fee, food, transportation, recreation, shelter, and a T-shirt!
Feel free to visit the website below to learn more about Okefenokee https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Okefenokee/
If you have any questions, feel free to email Ajay at email@example.com