The first campsite on the core Alabama Scenic River Trail is Lad Campground on the Coosa River; and the last near the end of the trail on Mobile Bay is Fort Morgan, m646.1 / Left 0.0 CS.  Campsite numbering is based on the river-mile from the AL/GA border and a distance, left or right, off of the channel.  For instance, if a campsite were at mile 10.0 (ten) and then it was a half a mile up a slough to the river-right when padding downriver, then it would thus be:  m10.0 / Right 0.50 CS. In Mobile Bay, the mileage continues based on a paddler following the Eastern shoreline.  A suffix is used to indicate the type of facility expected. Suffixes are: LG - Lodging, CG - Campground, CS - Campsite, PC - Primitive Site.  Fresh drinking water is expected at CS - Campsites but not at PC - Primitive Sites
On our other waterways, such as Hatchet Creek, Terrapin, Tennessee, and Tallaseehatchee beginning mileage is based upon the first paddle-able put in or the first available campsite. Currently (Sept. 2010) we have placed 44 campsite signs facing the waterway in each such campsite, where permittable.  Over the ensuing years information on each campsite is bound to have some changes. Therefore, information changes will be difficult for us to thus stay abreast - if you see any, please go to Contact Tab on our web site and notify Campsite Director.  For assistance while you are on our waterways, scroll down on Contact Tab page to Trail Angel's list.  Be safe and have fun.

Many Sites display one of the official ASRT signs pictured above. 
Some Sites listed below are marked: * = No Camping
Campsite limitations are generally: 2 tents / 6 people / 2 days maximum

Sites on the original 650-mile "core" trail:


Weiss Lake Overflow Dam - Mile 44.0 -- Portage Trail # 29.31 / Left

Lad Campground 
Riverside Campground 256-779-8365
Little River Campground and Marina
Driftwood Campground 256-526-8069
Bay Springs, Terry Hyatt, 256-927-3618
Pine Cove Marina

H. Neely Henry Lake Dam - Mile 129.6 -- Portage Trail # 106.22 / Right
Nickie’s Landing
Gwin Campsite
City of Gadsden – under I-759 bridge
Greensport Marina

Logan Martin Dam - Mile 178.1
Hart’s Ferry / Ohatchee put-in
Riverside Landing
Alan Battles Riverside Marina
Lenn's Oasis
Love Island 
Lakeside Park
Lake Front Motel
General Lee
Logan Landing Campground & Cabins

Lay Dam - Mile 226.3
Lake Mitchell Fishing Camp - Mile 226.8
Cedar Cove - Mile 230 - cabins*

Mitchell Dam - Mile 240.3
Higgins Ferry Park

Lake Jordan Dam - Mile 258.7
Childersburg – north of city ramp
Sunset Marina

Moccasin Gap Coosa Outdoor Center Dirt Farm – Wetumpka – Lonnie Carden
Moccasin Gap Coosa River Adventures


R. F. Henry Lock & Dam - Mile 338.7
Woodruff Lake

Fort Toulouse
Musgrove Landing
Montgomery Marina
Gunter Hill - US Army Corps of Engineers
Selma City Marina Campsite
Prairie Creek - US Army Corps of Engineers

Millers Ferry Dam - Mile 443.7
Dannelly Reservoir

Bender Plantation Campsite
Six Mile Creek – Corps
Till's Landing - Private
Elm Bluff - Corps
Portland Landing
White Oak Creek
Chilatchee Creek - Corps
River Oaks Bed and Breakfast - no camping*
Gees Bend Park - Corps
Roland Cooper State Park
Jones Landing
Steele’s Landing - Corps
Millers Ferry – Corps

Claiborne Lock & Dam - Mile 503.7
Lake Claiborne

Clifton Ferry - Corps
Holley’s Ferry - Corps
Black Creek Park — Corps
Haines Island – Corps
Silver Creek - Corps
Isaac Creek Campground

Below Clairborne Dam on Alabama River
Clarke County – Sandbar #1
Clarke County – Sandbar #2
Clarke County – Sandbar #3


Tensaw River

Hubbards Landing
Two Rivers Point - Land
Spoonbill Sandbar - Land
Canal Island Platform
Dead Lake Platform
Jug Lake Platform
Cloverleaf Camp
Blakeley Park

Mobile Bay
Meaher Park - state
Bay Breeze Guest House
Away at the Bay B&B
Point of View Guest House Bed & Breakfast
American Legion Post  #199
Weeks Bay – Camp Beckwith
Bay Breeze RV - No Camping*
Fort Morgan

Waterways in addition to the original 650-mile "core" trail:

Confluence with Alabama River at Mile 275
Bamboo View Campsite
Autauga Creek RV
Tintop Trailer Park and Campground (Mile 276.5, 1.5 miles upstream of the mouth of Autauga Creek)

Bear Creek (Franklin County, near Red Bay)
Big Bear Creek Dam
Mike's Place
Morrow Campsite

Blackwater Creek (Walker County, near Jasper)
Sanford's Shores
Tubb's Branch
Crump's Landing
Captain's Landing

Cahaba River
Lebron Campsite, Living River
Tate's Landing, Living River
Talladega National Forest Oakmulgee Division

Choctawhatchee River
John Hutto Park, Newton
Robert Fuller Park, Geneva
Terrapin Creek
Chief Ladiga Trail Campground
Fagan’s Retreat
Larry's Canoe and Kayak  NOTE - this has changed to Nelson's Red Neck Yacht # 1
Terrapin Creek Lodge - lodge needs to be reserved*
Nelson's Red Neck Yacht  NOTE - this has changed to Nelson's Red Neck Yacht # 2

Hatchett & Weogulfka Creeks
Old Grist Mill
Dunnam’s Flatrock
Old Powerplant Dam
Privet Cove
Double Bridges

Choccolocco Creek (enters Coosa River below Riverside Marina)
Champion Campsite 

Little Tallapoosa River
Butler's Mill

Lost Creek (Walker County, near Jasper)
Littleton Landing

Tallapoosa River
Lex Brown #1
River Bend Lodge
Lex Brown #2

Tallasehatchee Creek, Calhoun County
Ten Foot Outfitters
Zane's Retreat - up creek from Hart's Ferry

Wolf Creek (Walker County, near Jasper)
Palmer Point