The Chattahoochee River refers to the waterway that forms part of the barrier island that separates the Georgia and Alabama states. The Chattahoochee River serves as one of the two major transportation routes for the metropolitan areas of Atlanta and Annapolis, Maryland. The other major transportation route that the Chattahoochee River drains is the Tributary flows out into the North Carolina gulf coast.

The Chattahoochee River flows through six rivers and three creeks. These are the Roanoke; Okefinokee; Stone Mountain and the Tributary of the Chattahoochee. The lower portion of this river has become known as the Lake of the Mountain. Lake Lanier serves as the confluence point for the river’s Tributary and the Chattahoochee.

This river is divided into four branches that flow through the lower part of Alabama. The upper portion of the Chattahoochee River empties into the Duval county area and the lower portion flows into the Georgia state. The river has two tributaries that branch out…