Lake Jordan

 

EST. 1928

Weiss

Neely Henry

Logan Martin

Lay

Mitchell

Acres

Miles of Shoreline

Miles Long

Dam Operating Schedule and Lake Level Info

Lake Jordan was completed in 1928. The lake was modified in the late 60’s when Walter Bouldin dam was constructed, meaning that Lake Jordan actually has two dams from where the outflow can be controlled. Bouldin Dam was breached in the mid 70’s and later was  repaired. After Lake Jordan, the Coosa ends just past Wetumpka when it meets the Tallapoosa River and becomes the Alabama River.

Towns

Holtville

Wetumpka

Tributaries

Sofkahatchee

Weoka

Zoom in on Lake Jordan to find outfitters, lodging, marinas & restaurants.

Swim Guide Test Sites

We collect water quality samples from 5 popular places along Lake Jordan and its tailwaters.

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Fish Consumption Advisories

Nearby Outfitters

Fund our water quality monitoringGet the skinny before you dip with the Coosa River Swim Guide

Ever wondered if it is safe to swim in the Coosa? Never fear, Coosa Riverkeeper is here! From Memorial Day to Labor Day, we monitor popular recreation areas weekly for harmful pathogens like E.coli and water chemistry. Will you make a $10 donation to pay for one bacteriological sample?