Visiting Lake Eufaula, Alabama | Tourism
Activities To Do and See

Attractions Near The Lake
Corps of Engineers Visitor Center ~ Walter F. George (a.k.a. Lake Eufala) & G.W. Andrews Lakes
Two miles north of Fort Gaines, Georgia on Hwy 39.
Open 8:00 am to 4:30 pm ET.


Bluff Creek Park
Cotton Hill
Hardridge Creek Park
Rood Creek Camping ~ Rood Creek has primitive camping with a 14 day stay limit. No reservation is required. Directions: From Eufaula AL, follow U.S. Hwy 82 East to Georgetown GA, turn left on State Hwy 27 for 2 miles, turn left on State Hwy 39 North for 13.2 miles and follow signs.
White Oak Creek Park

City Offerings
Fort Gaines

Fendall Hall ~ Fendall Hall is a house museum built by E.B. Young, who also built the first tall bridge across the Chattahoochee, as well as a Confederate hospital during the Civil War. Visitors explore the home's many rooms, from wide porches up to the crowning cupola, enjoying La Franc Victorian murals, period furnishings and Italian marble fireplaces. Open Mon - Sat 10am-4pm 917 West Barbour St (334) 687-8469 Related Link:  Alabama Historical Commission
James S. Clark Center ~ Originally constructed in 1892 as a train depot, this building is now the home of the Eufaula/Barbour County Chamber of Commerce. The train depot served Eufaula and the surrounding area until the late 1980's. Open for tours: M-F 8:30am - 5:00pm 1-800-524-7529

Blue Springs State Park
Cheneyhatchee Creek Recreation Area ~ Located off US Hwy 431 just north of where it crosses Cheneyhatchee Creek. Boat ramp.
Cool Branch Recreation Area ~ Off Cool Branch Road (Hwy 22) near Cool Branch. Boat ramp.
Cotton Hill Public Use Area ~ Located off Old River Road (State Hwy. 97) north of Hardridge Creek.
East Bank Public Use Area ~ Off Georgia State Hwy 39 near the dam. Boat ramp; handicapped access.
George Bagby State Park
Hardridge Creek Public Use Area ~ Located just north of the Hardridge Creek bridge on Alabama State Hwy. 97. Boat Ramp.
Highland Park Public Use Area ~ Located near the dam off Old River Road (State Hwy. 97). Boat ramp; handicapped access.
Lakepoint State Park
Pataula Creek Public Use Area ~ At the intersection of County Road 76 and County Road 129 near George T. Bagby State Park.
River Bluff Recreation Area ~ At Georgetown near the Vandiver Causeway of Florence Street. Boat ramp; handicapped access.
White Oak Creek Recreation Area ~ North of White Oak off State Hwy 95 where it crosses White Oak Creek. Boat Ramp.

Places On The Lake
Lake Point State Park ~ 334-687-8011

Wildlife Areas
Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge ~ Refuge Objectives: * Provide habitat for migratory waterfowl and other birds. * Provide habitat and protection for endangered species such as American alligator, bald eagle, and wood stork. * Provide wildlife-dependent recreation and environmental education for the public. Public Use Opportunities: Trails. Auto tour route. Fishing. Two observation towers. Wildlife observation. Photography. Hunting, including youth hunts.
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