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Alabama whitewater, Brushy Creek

Winston county, Brushy Lake to FS 255 section whitewater kayaking, rafting, and paddling information.


CLASS I(II)     10 miles
  Whitewater rafting and kayaking in this state is often more difficult than elsewhere, so don't forget that a large number of rivers in this state are not easy. The put-in location is a short drive from Decatur, there's a road map further down the page with more info on that. The nature scenery of Winston County and the cool fresh water are in themselves reasons enough to come here to paddle. There arenít any hotels right nearby but if
    you're willing to drive a short distance then no problem but you'd better reserve in advance because these hotels fill up quick. If you hurry you can run this section in a day but why not make it an overnighter, so go ahead
and pack your camping stuff. No matter if you're whitewater rafting or kayaking this area has a pretty small number of paddling rivers. There are campgrounds quite near the river where you can camp. A bit of exercise and a chance to spend some time outdoors are sure to keep you coming back for more. The Brushy Lake to FS 255 stretch of Brushy Creek is 10 miles long and it is classified as a class I(II) section by American Whitewater.

about the general area:
Going for a hike on the Borden Creek Trail is always a perfect adventure. William B. Bankhead National Forest is a magnificent place to go if you're at Brushy Creek, and you can go for a hike on the Braziel Creek Trail. The surroundings of this river have so much to offer. A visit to Collier Creek Canyon is always fun, and Brushy Creek is not far at all from Addison. For the duration of the long summer days at Brushy Creek temperatures are ordinarily in the 90's. When the night sets in temperatures plunge down into the 60's. Throughout the winter highs are commonly in the 50's; overnight lows through the winter for Brushy Creek tend to be in the 20's.

Brushy Creek, Brushy Lake to FS 255 road map
Printable road map with the put-in and take-out locations clearly marked.


Detailed Map

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These outdoors activities are available near Brushy Creek.
 Whitewater Near Brushy Creek:
Brushy Creek, Winston County, 1 miles away
      Class I(II) - 10 miles long (Brushy Lake to FS 255)
Sipsey Fork, Winston County, 10 miles away
      Class II - 9.5 miles long (County Route 60 to State Route 33)
Hubbard Creek/Sipsey Fork, Lawrence/ Winston County, 17 miles away
      Class I(III) - 9.25 miles long (FS 210 to CR60)
Blackwater Creek, Walker County, 21 miles away
      Class I-II - 8.9 miles long (State Route 95 to Walston Bridge)
Flint Creek - East Fork, -blank- County, 29 miles away
      Class II-III+ - 6.2 miles long (CR 1386 to Wilhites Road Bridge)
Mill Creek, Morgan County, 29 miles away
      Class II-III - 4.7 miles long (Holmes Drake Road to US Route 31)
 Marinas Near Brushy Creek:
Duncan Bridge Marina, Arley , 12 miles away
Ryan Creek Marina & Lodging, Crane Hill , 20 miles away
 Hotels Near Brushy Creek:
Days Inn Moulton, Moulton , 13 miles away
Comfort Inn & Suites Jasper, Jasper , 24 miles away
Home-Towne Suites Decatur, Decatur , 24 miles away
Home-Towne Suites - Decatur, Decatur , 24 miles away
Hampton Inn Decatur, Decatur , 24 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Brushy Creek:
Brushy Lake, Houston, 2 miles away
Owl Creek Horse Camp, Houston, 3 miles away
Road 234A Camp, Houston, 5 miles away
 Trails Near Brushy Creek:
Borden Creek Trail, Lawrence , 9 miles away
Braziel Creek Trail, Lawrence , 10 miles away
 Public Lands Near Brushy Creek:
William B. Bankhead National Forest, Alabama , 4 miles away
Joe Wheeler State Park, Alabama , 32 miles away
Rickwood Caverns State Park, Alabama , 36 miles away
 Golf Courses Near Brushy Creek:
Deer Run Golf Course, Moulton , 12 miles away
 Lakes Near Brushy Creek
Little Bear Creek Reservoir, Franklin , 18 miles away

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