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Lake Wedowee

Harris Reservoir, locally known as Lake Wedowee, is located in east-northeast Alabama near the town of Wedowee. The reservoir was formed by completion of R.L. Harris dam in 1983. The major rivers supplying water for the reservoir are the Tallapoosa and Little Tallapoosa rivers. These rivers merge just north of the Hwy 48 bridge about […]

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Weogufka Creek Canoe Trail

Floating down a quiet creek with only the sound of rippling waters and birds singing makes for a great day in the outdoors. Coosa County is blessed with two creeks that host some of the most scenic floats in Alabama. Hatchet Creek flows from the northwest corner of the county down to where it enters […]

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Hatchet Creek Canoe Trail

Floating down a quiet creek with only the sound of rippling waters and birds singing makes for a great day in the outdoors. Coosa County is blessed with two creeks that host some of the most scenic floats in Alabama. Hatchet Creek flows from the northwest corner of the county down to where it enters […]

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Loyd Owens Canoe Trail

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The Lloyd Owen’s Canoe Trail on the Tallapoosa River offers access to some of the most beautiful undisturbed scenery in Alabama. The river is mostly flatwater with many small shoals. This section of the Tallapoosa offers paddlers of all skill levels an unforgettable experience. 40 miles with 5 boat ramps. Upper Tallappoosa headwater region to […]

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Lake Howard

With approximately 180 acres, Lake Howard borders the Talladega National Forest, with some of the most pristine scenery in the state.  There is an abundance of game fish, including bass, bream, and crappie, or you may try your hand at catfishing.  This area is subject to the State of Alabama hunting and fishing regulations. A […]

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