Where to Float on the Coosa’s Skinny Waters

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The Coosa has a lot to offer to those seeking an escape from the Alabama heat. One of my favorite ways to do that is to call up my friends and family and float down some her skinny waters. Here are some places that you can rent a canoe, kayak, or tube on some of the skinny waters of the Coosa: 


Weiss Lake + Tributaries

On Terrapin Creek, you can rent tubes, canoes, and kayaks from:

On Little River, you can rent kayaks and canoes from:

On Yellow Creek, you can rent kayaks from Yellow Creek Fish Camp.


Neely Henry + Tributaries

On Big Wills Creek, rent a kayak from Big Wills Outfitters and enjoy some great fishing!

On Big Canoe Creek, you can rent a kayak or canoe from:


Logan Martin + Tributaries

On Choccolocco Creek, rent tubes from Floating Fun, LLC.

On Choccolocco Creek, rent kayaks and canoes from Choccolocco Kayak.

On Talladega Creek, rent tubes, kayaks, or canoes from Talladega Creek Resort.


Jordan Dam Tailwaters aka The Coosa River

Enjoy the tailwaters of the Coosa and Class I-III rapids of the most paddled stretch of any river in the state by renting a kayak or canoe from:

Don’t forget to “Get the Skinny Before You Dip” each week by visiting CoosaRiver.org/SwimGuide and get the weekly water quality results!

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