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AWFF Boat Ramps and Fishing Access

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AWFF* Boat Ramps and Fishing Access for Pickwick Lake
and the Wilson Tailwater

 

Owned by the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division and operated in partnership with the Colbert County Commission, the City of Florence, the City of Sheffield and the Lauderdale County Commission.

County

Boat Ramp Name

General Location

Boat Ramp Lanes

Security Lights

Docks

Park Lot Size

Rest-rooms

Colbert

Coburn** or Buzzard's Roost

On the east side of Bear Creek, north of US Hwy 72

1

No

None

25 Trailers; Half Acre

No

Colbert

Pride Station 

Off US Hwy 72 north of Pride, at the end of County Road 53

1

Yes

One Fixed

20 Trailers; Half Acre

No

Colbert

Riverfront Park or Sheffield

In Sheffield on the south side of the River

2

Yes

Two Floating

59 Trailers; Two Acres

Yes

Colbert

Rose Trail 

South of Riverton west of County Road 1

1

Yes

One Floating

25 Trailers; three-quarter Acre

Yes

Lauderdale

McFarland North 

Northwest side of US Hwy 43 bridge across Tennessee River

2

Yes

One Floating

14 Trailers; Half Acre

Yes

Lauderdale

McFarland West 

Northwest side of US Hwy 43 bridge across Tennessee River

2

Yes

Three Floating

51 Trailers; One and a Half Acres

Yes

Lauderdale

Waterloo Creekside or Waterloo North

North of County Road 14 at Second Creek

1

No

One Floating

20 Trailers; Half Acre

No

Lauderdale

Waterloo Riverside or Waterloo South

South of County Road 14 at Second Creek

1

No

One Floating

30 Trailers; Three-Quarter Acre

No

The Department has specific regulations about the use of these boating and fishing access areas.  If you have questions about these boating and fishing access areas, contact the District I Fisheries Supervisor

*AWFF is the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division.
**Colored and underlined text indicates a hyperlink with a page devoted to this boat access area.

Sport Fish Restoration program funds come from the excise taxes on fishing equipment, fish finders, motorboat fuels, and small engine fuels. A minimum of 15% of these funds is allocated to the maintenance of existing ramps and the construction of new ramps.

Sport Fish Restoration

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