Alabama River


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Alabama River, Alabama

The Alabama River real estate market is a limited supply marketplace for lake property in Alabama.

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    About Alabama River
    From Montgomery Towards Mobile

    The Alabama River is formed by the Tallapoosa and Coosa rivers, which merge near Wetumpka and Montgomery, Alabama.

    The first 80 miles of the Alabama River are also known as R. E. "Bob" Woodruff Lake.

    The river flows west to Selma, and then southwest towards Mobile. It unites with the Tombigbee River to form the Mobile and Tensaw rivers, which flow into Mobile Bay.

    On the Water Fun

    The Alabama River spans 318 miles, leaving endless opportunities for fun and recreation.

    The river is scattered with boat ramps and public access points, making it easy to explore the beautiful waters.

    Depending on where you are on the river, anglers can find spotted bass, largemouth bass, striped bass, white bass crappie, channel catfish, blue catfish, flathead catfish, bluegill, alligator gar, paddlefish, Alabama darter, and Alabama sturgeon.

    Explore Montgomery

    Located just south of the river's starting point is the state capital, Montgomery. It's the perfect daycation spot for visiting a big city!

    The city is rich in history and a great place to learn from museums and tours. Visit the Civil Rights Memorial and Rosa Parks Library and Museum for an educational afternoon.

    Explore Montgomery and entertainment venues with the downtown Amphitheater, Blount Cultural Park, and Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.

    Indulge in the variety of dining options in the city by trying out the Southern Comfort Cafe, Central Restaurant, Vintage Year, and so much more!

    Explore Mobile

    Mobile is just south of the river's ending point, has plenty of activities to keep residents and visitors entertained.

    The USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park hosts the decommissioned BB-60 battleship nicknamed the "Mighty A" as well as other military craft and historic memorabilia.

    To view nearly 6,000 works of art, head over to the Mobile Museum of Art. Their permanent collection includes fine and decorative arts from America, Asia, and Europe.

    The History Museum of Mobile features artifacts and exhibits that explore the city's fascinating past.

    There are plenty of highly-rated places to dine such as Noja Fine Dining, Dumbwaiter, or Bob’s Downtown Restaurant.

    Excellent Location for Lake Life

    Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or waterfront property, any spot on the Alabama River is an excellent choice.