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Dunlaps Lake

 
  The Highway 280 to Highway 231 sector is a great 13-mile-long category I(II) sweep of whitewater on Hatchet Creek. It can be said that this sweep of Hatchet Creek is a place for novice kayak paddling. Don't ignore to check restrictions before heading out kayak paddling to guarantee your protection. So many fun things right next door to Dunlaps Lake, truly extraordinary. J S Dunlap Dam is an attention-grabbing thing to check out, and if you have a boat, Parker Creek
    Marina is an excellent marina. Going for a horse ride at close by Alexander City Horse Riding is always a fun thing to do, and for all you boaters, Ridge Marina is an excellent marina around here.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Dunlaps Lake.
 Lakes Near Dunlaps Lake:
Jordan Lake, Coosa County, 8 miles away
Mitchell Lake, Coosa County, 20 miles away
 Public Lands Near Dunlaps Lake:
Wind Creek State Park, Alabama, 16 miles away
 Marinas On or Near Dunlaps Lake:
Parker Creek Marina, Equality, 12 miles away
Ridge Marina, Alexander City, 15 miles away
Kowaliga Marina, Alexander City, 16 miles away
Lake Jordan Marina, Titus, 17 miles away
Anchor Bay Marina, Eclectic, 19 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Dunlaps Lake:
Wind Creek State Park, Alexander City, 16 miles away
Horse Stomp Campground, Coosa County, 17 miles away
Whispering Springs Campground, Elmore County, 18 miles away
 Hotels Near Dunlaps Lake:
Quality Inn Alexander City, Alexander City, 14 miles away
Days Inn Alexander City, Alexander City, 14 miles away
Hampton Inn Alexander City, Alexander City, 14 miles away
Super 8 Alexander City, Alexander City, 14 miles away
Red Roof Inn Sylacauga, Sylacauga, 15 miles away
 Whitewater Near Dunlaps Lake:
Hatchet Creek, Coosa County, 9 miles away
      Class I(II) - 13 miles long (Highway 280 to Highway 231)
Weogufka Creek, Coosa County, 12 miles away
      Class I-II - 9.6 miles long (Low Water Bridge to Ford)
Elkahatchee Creek, Tallapoosa County, 13 miles away
      Class II-III - 1.2 miles long (Elkahatchee Road to SR 63)

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