Fishing in Wilcox County is outstanding. With multiple locations to launch a boat, backwaters to canoe in, and bank fishing aplenty, you’ll catch your fill of fish here! Below are a few links to help you fill your cooler with fish!
Wilcox County, Alabama, is likely best known for its numerous outdoor opportunities. The rural landscape boasts an impressive selection of game animals including whitetail deer, wild turkeys, feral hogs, squirrels, rabbits, ducks, doves, and geese. The county has more miles of riverfront than any other county in south Alabama.
Lake Dannelly, also known as Miller’s Ferry Lake, on the Alabama River is recognized as one of the best bass fishing lakes in the state. It also boasts excellent crappie and catfishing waters. The lake is also attractive to pleasure boaters seeking relief from the high traffic of many of the southeast’s crowded lakes. Please see the outdoors section of this site to learn more.
Roland Cooper State Park is located on the Alabama River about 6 miles north of Camden. Its facilities include rental cabins, RV and camping facilities with utility hook-ups. The park is open and being run by Recreation Resource Management. You can view the website or get additional information at www.rolandcoopersp.com
The Corps of Engineers operates numerous camping and boat launching facilities within minutes of Camden and the surrounding towns.
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