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Alabama whitewater, Weogufka Creek

Coosa county, Low Water Bridge to Ford section whitewater kayaking, rafting, and paddling information.

 

CLASS I-II     9.6 miles
 
I am planning a trip to Weogufka Creek in a couple of weeks. Any info. regarding trees down or other obstructions would be helpful. We will do County Rd. 15 to Low Water Bridge only. Says David Moore

Put in at coosa county management 119 and get out at the bridge is a good short trip with lots of sights... Says James Darby

If you've been whitewater rafting and kayaking outside this state you might find the rivers here a bit
    more challenging, so if you're not from around here don't forget that many of the rivers here are not very forgiving. The Low Water Bridge to Ford section of Weogufka Creek is 9.6 miles long and is according to American
Whitewater a class I-II section of whitewater. The put-in location is a reasonable drive from Talladega-Sylacauga, if you're not familiar with the area there's a road map further down the page. Getting some good exercise and spending some quality time in nature will have you coming back for more. There are a few other sections in this river system that can be paddled as well. The scenic beauty of Alabama and the sparkling of the sunlight  
on the water attract people from near and far. There arenít any hotels right nearby but if you're willing to drive a short distance then no problem and if you make reservations in advance you're all set. On this section you do get some distance, good for a one day paddling trip. You can pitch a tent or park your RV at a nearby campground. Some people prefer whitewater rafting and some kayaking, either way around here you won't find a large number of other rivers.

Briefly about the general area:
If you're visiting Weogufka Creek from Weogufka, you won't be the only one. The warmest time of the year brings highs in the 90's to Weogufka Creek with nighttime lows in the 60's.

Weogufka Creek, Low Water Bridge to Ford road map
Printable road map with the put-in and take-out locations clearly marked.

   

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OUTDOORS
These outdoors activities are available near Weogufka Creek.
 Whitewater Near Weogufka Creek:
Weogufka Creek, Coosa County, 3 miles away
      Class I-II - 9.6 miles long (Low Water Bridge to Ford)
Walnut Creek, Chilton County, 12 miles away
      Class II-III - 4.1 miles long (County Road 32 to Lake Mitchell)
Hatchet Creek, Coosa County, 18 miles away
      Class I(II) - 13 miles long (Highway 280 to Highway 231)
Coosa River, Elmore County, 20 miles away
      Class I-II(III) - 7 miles long (CR 213 or dam to River Road)
Elkahatchee Creek, Tallapoosa County, 27 miles away
      Class II-III - 1.2 miles long (Elkahatchee Road to SR 63)
 Marinas Near Weogufka Creek:
Lake Mitchell Marina, Clanton , 8 miles away
Blue Creek Camp, Verbena , 10 miles away
Graces Marina On Lake Mitchell, Verbena , 10 miles away
Lacoosa Marina, Shelby , 12 miles away
Bozo's Fish Camp, Shelby , 13 miles away
 Hotels Near Weogufka Creek:
The Resort At Pursell Farms, Sylacauga , 11 miles away
Red Roof Inn Sylacauga, Sylacauga , 12 miles away
Quality Inn Sylacauga, Sylacauga , 15 miles away
Holiday Inn Express & Suites SYLACAUGA, Sylacauga , 15 miles away
BEST WESTERN Inn, Clanton , 16 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Weogufka Creek:
Horse Stomp Campground, Coosa County, 3 miles away
Cedar Creek Campground, Talladega County, 13 miles away
 Public Lands Near Weogufka Creek:
Wind Creek State Park, Alabama , 31 miles away
Oak Mountain State Park, Alabama , 35 miles away
 Golf Courses Near Weogufka Creek:
Farmlinks Golf Club, Sylacauga , 11 miles away
Sylacauga Country Club, Sylacauga , 19 miles away
 Lakes Near Weogufka Creek
Mitchell Lake, Coosa , 9 miles away
Lay Lake, Chilton , 10 miles away

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