Calhoun County is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, including those who like to kayak and canoe. Spending time along the creeks and lakes is definitely one way to explore the East Alabama landscapes.
This 11,000 acres is perfect for skiing, boating and fishing along Hwy 77 North. This area has public boat launches, picnic areas and fishing piers perfect for the whole family.
Canoe or kayak down the beautiful Terrapin Creek, and take in scenery like you’ve never seen. Cool off in the spring fed water, and enjoy fun for the whole family.
This tributary of the Alabama River is about 280 miles long, beginning in Rome, Georgia and ending just north of Montgomery. This river includes the sections of Lake Logan Martin, Neely Henry and Weiss Lake. Major cities located along the banks of the Coosa include: Gadsden, Rainbow City, Southside and more.
Beginning at the Neely Henry Dam, this lake continues south toward Pell City, and a majority of the lake traffic is between I-20 and the Logan Martin Dam, especially during the summer.
Little River Canyon