Perdido River Canoe Trail Now Open! Alabama State Lands Division Launches New Canoe Trails Website
Alabama State Lands Division Launches New Canoe Trails Website   The Alabama State Lands Division has launched its new canoe trails website, www....Read More...
 
 
Reduced rates for Alabama Scenic River Trail membership
We thrive on membership. Now you can help that state's premeire recreational river organization for nearly half off the old rate. Plus, we made it a l...Read More...
 
 
New campsite between Ft Toulouse and Montgomery
Finally, and place to stay on the Alabama River between Ft Toulouse and Montgomery. And an interesting one, at that. Services such as rides, laundry,...Read More...
 
 
Alabama Scenic River Trail announces Tallapoosa River expansion
 
RiverKids Courseware now available online
 
Watch this Youtube.com video of our RiverKids program in action in Prattville
The purpose of RiverKids is to introduce all of the youth of Alabama to the outdoors with an emphasis on education, safety, and ongoing stewardship. ...Read More...
 
 
Governor Bentley announces ASRT statewide sign grant
The ASRT has been awarded a grount that will place nearly 200 river aids for tourists around the stateRead More...
 
 
Alabama River Locks Move to Fall Schedule
As announced about a year ago, Alabama River Locks will move to their new fall schedule on October 6, 2013. Recreational boats will find river travel...Read More...
 
 
Read the ship's (b)log on this already-famous paddle
A first: out-of-state female best-friend paddlers blogging on their quest for the whole trail.Read More...
 
 
Water flow and level information for the Tallapoosa, Coosa and Warrior rivers
 If you're looking for information on the Tallapoosa, Coosa or Warrior Rivers...Read More...
 
 
Wild times in Phenix City
Worlds longest urban whitewater course now served by a new outfitter in Phenix CityRead More...
 
 
Public Notice: May 2013 Quarterly Minutes Published
Here are the minutes of our second-quarter meeting in May, 2013 just before the opening of the new Whitewater Course between Phenix City, Alabama and...Read More...
 
 
The Alabama Tourism Economic Impact Study—a simple tool we can all use
Alabama is finally getting serious about the economic impact of outdoor recreation. We seriously need your help to make it happen.Read More...
 
 
Governor Bentley signs proclamation honoring the Alabama Scenic River Trail
At 2:00 pm in the old House chambers in the capitol building in Montgmery, Governor Bentley signed a proclamation honoring the achievements of the Ala...Read More...
 
 
Lock closing update—September 24, 2012
You've been heard: The US Army Corps of Engineers modifies its plans based on public input.Read More...
 
 
Army Corps to cease lock operations for recreational users in Alabama
If you've ever wanted to paddle or power through a lock on an Alabama River, you'd better get on it. The end of an era is nigh. UPDATE September 7, 20...Read More...
 
 
ASRT wins national recognition as a National Water Trail
Thanks to all of our partners, especially Ike Lyon of the US Army Corps of Engineers. We're very proud of this one!Read More...
 
 
New Canoe Trail, Outfitters on Prattville's Autagua Creek
Full time, spring-fed, quick and twisty stream that brings you back to food and fun in downtown Prattville. New outfitters nearby.Read More...
 
 
ASRT featured in Sea Kayaker Magazine
The internationally-known Sea Kayaker Magazine has been at work with us at the ASRT to produce the definitive article on the entirity of the Alabama S...Read More...
 
 
Delta event rescheduled—cancelled
The Delta paddle which would have taken us on a beautiful route through Bayou Jessamine to Two Rivers Campsite and Mound Island has been cancelled.Read More...