St. Marys River Cleanup

Join us for the 26th Annual St. Marys River Cleanup April 27th from 9:00a-11:00a. This is a watershed wide cleanup with participation in all four counties. Our 2023 cleanup resulted in 450 Volunteers pulling 9 tons of trash and debris from the river and surrounding areas.

Come to do your part to make a lasting impact on the St. Marys River. Join us afterwards for a celebration and volunteer appreciation at White Oak Conservation from 11:30p-2:00p.

Register to cleanup a site!

The number of people who can register for each site is limited. If a site is full, please register for another one close by. Only those who pre-register will be given a wristband to gain access to White Oak Conservation for the Volunteer Appreciation. Volunteers not on the Site Captain’s list are not guaranteed to get a wristband. Extras wristbands will be distributed at the discretion of your Site Captain. Capacity for the Volunteer Appreciation is limited.

Nassau County

Edwards Roads Full

Lofton Creek Boat Ramp Full

Lofton Creek Kayak (Outfitter Paddle Jax)

A1A SR 200 Bridge East

Sherriff’s Youth Ranch Full

Goffinsville Park Full

Kings Ferry Boat Ramp

A1A SR 200 Bridge West Full

Kayak to Tiger Island Full 

Fernandina Beach Marina Full

Dee Dee Bartels Full

US 17 Blue Bridge (FL/GA)

The St. Marys River is 130 miles long and winds through four counties in two states. More than 160,000 residents depend on the health of the river for tourism, recreation, commercial fishing, and safe drinking water. Wildlife and plant ecosystems rely on the continued cleanliness of the watershed. Let’s do our part this Earth Month to ensure a healthy St. Marys River for all who depend on it!

Thank you to our 2024 Cleanup Sponsors and Partners

Camden County Solid Waste

Meridian Waste (Charlton County)

Nassau County

Baker County

St. Marys Public Works

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