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Dannelly Reservoir Hunting Areas

The 9,465 acres at Alabama River Lakes is a good opportunity to enjoy the various kinds of game and non-game wildlife. The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers manages approximately 5600

, AL Hunting

Woodruff Lake Camping

Gunter Hill Campground 146 sites(89 reservable, 57 non-reservable) with electrical and water hookups, 2 dump stations, coin laundry, 2 hot showers, boat ramp, 4 playgrounds, 2 group shelters, attendant on duty all year. 67 sites all year. Campsites are $16.00 per night. Directions:

, AL Camping

Woodruff Lake Fishing

Fishing is probably the most popular activity on Alabama River Lakes. The 244 river miles and more than 30

, AL Fishing

Foscue Creek Park

45 Sites, with electrical and water hookups, sewage (limited number of sites), dump station, coin laundry, hot showers, pay phone, playground, group shelter available for rent, boat ramp and hiking trail (in day use). A park attendant is on duty.

, AL Campgrounds

Woodruff Lake Hunting

The 9,465 acres at Alabama River Lakes is a good opportunity to enjoy the various kinds of game and non-game wildlife. The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers manages approximately 5600

, AL Hunting

Dannelly Reservoir Fishing

Fishing is probably the most popular activity on Alabama River Lakes. The 244 river miles and more than 30

, AL Fishing

Dannelly Reservoir Camping

Millers Ferry Campground 66 sites(42 reservable, 24 non-reservable) with electrical and water hookups, dump station, 2 coin laundry, 2 hot showers, boat ramp, playground, shelter, swimming beach, multi-use court, fishing, water-skiing, attendant on duty. Open all year. 29

, AL Camping


Jesse Bowman's Guide Service

Crappie fishing: trolling, pitching and jigging. Tours available upon request. Guaranteed success—

Ozark, AL Guides


Brown Chapel AME Church

1st AME church in state (1866). Headquarters for Blacks during Voting Rights movement. Starting point for Selma-to-Montgomery marchers; Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail/

Selma, AL Historic Churches

Johnston Peanut Butter Mill

Mill opened 1929; more than 2 million jars peanut butter produced each year as staple of Depression-era nutrition. Artifacts from that era include labels, photos, equipment. Also memorabilia from annual Peanut Butter Festival (Oct.)

Brundidge, AL Historic Mills

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