Black Warrior And Tombigbee Lakes

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Black Warrior And Tombigbee Lakes

Black Warrior And Tombigbee Lakes

Park Information

The Black Warrior and Tombigbee Rivers have been important commercial waterways since the earliest settlers moved inland and built homes along the riverbanks.

Historic sites, picturesque terrain, and abundant recreational opportunities welcome visitors year-round to the 457 mile-long project in western Alabama.

Six lakes (Bankhead, Holt, Oliver, Warrior, Demopolis, and Coffeeville) are host to 35 Corps-operated recreation facilities.

Agency Name:

US Army Corps of Engineers



Directions

Please refer to the Black Warrior and Tombigbee Lakes web site for directions to each of our facilities.


Geographic Location


Additional Info

  • “Black Warrior And Tombigbee Lakes Camping” – Recreation.gov. Accessed April 26, 2020. Link.


Contact Info

384 Resource Management Drive

Demopolis, AL

36732


Near By Parks


Near By Campgrounds

  • Burchfield Branch Park (AL)
  • Chilatchee Creek (AL)
  • Cochrane (AL)
  • Deerlick Creek (AL)
  • Forkland (AL)
  • Foscue Creek (AL)
  • Gunter Hill (AL)
  • Isaac Creek (AL)
  • Jennings Ferry (AL)
  • Millers Ferry Campground (AL)
  • Pickensville Cg (PICKENSVILLE AL)
  • Prairie Creek (AL)
  • Service (AL)
  • Six Mile Creek (AL)
  • Choctaw Lake (MS)
  • Clarkco
  • Dewayne Hayes (MS)
  • Lake Lowndes
  • Legion State Park
  • Meridian East Toomsuba KOA
  • Town Creek Campground West Point Ms
  • Twiltley Branch (MS)



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