Participating Outfitters and Discounts
Participating Outfitters and Discounts for Alabama Scenic River Trial Members
Coosa Outdoor Center
One free single sit-on-top with rental of another solo boat, with reservations. Saturdays excluded.
334 272 0952
334 202 3050
107 river road
Wetumpka AL 36092
Coosa River Adventures
10% discount on any trip.
415 Company St
334 514 0279
Five Mile Creek Outfitters
10% off float prices Monday through Friday with reservation
205 74 9275
205 674 5550
5 Mile Creek Canoeing Company
P.O. Box 214
100 Park Rd.
Brookside, AL 35036
(new outfitter located near Montgomery’s downtown RiverWalk run by Forrest Carden)
12 West Jefferson Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
334 239 9438 Montgomery
334 821 6249 Auburn
Hatchet Creek Adventures
Five percent discount on services
256 377 1290
334 324 1576
Hatchett Creek Adventures is located approximately one mile north of the intersection of US Highway 231 and Alabama Highway 22, in Rockford, Alabama. We are very convenient to Montgomery, Birmingham, Clanton, and Auburn. If you call ahead we will be happy to meet you in downtown Rockford.
North Alabama Canoe and Kayak (NACK)
$25/person specials any boat, 6 pm to 10 pm evening paddles
256 529 0357
Highway 72, north of Huntsville
Southern Canoe Outfitters, Heflin
20% discount for canoe/kayak rentals for groups of 4 or more Monday-Thursday with reservations through Oct. 2012.
256 947 1508
1245 County Road 440
Heflin, AL 36264
Sunshine Canoe Rentals
Rent one, get one free weekdays with reservation
Mobile/Tensaw Delta area
Office 251 344 8664
Cell 251 367 4144
Terrapin Outdoor Center
10% off retail price on any merchandise in our store, including boats.
256 447 6666
4114 County road 175
Piedmont AL 36272
UAB (University of Alabama in Birmingham) Outdoor Center
Student Rate (average 20% discount) on everything.
1501 University Boulevard, Birmingham, AL 35294
205 996 4913
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This popular northeast Alabama float was the brainchild of Extension Agent Roger Vines who did so much to popularize paddling in Coosa County before his retirement a few months ago. The momentum behind his efforts still rolls on like the Hatchet, though, and an organization has sprung up to carry the good times forward. Help them with the participation they deserve for a great time on this fine piece of water.
The Hatchet Creek Festival is an organized 2-day float open to the public on a limited basis on Coosa County’s Hatchet Creek in partnership with the Alabama Scenic River Trail. The float begins at US-280 Hwy Hatchet Creek Bridge and ends at a take-out point approximately ¼ mile west of US-231 Hwy Bridge with camping at the Half-way Campsite.
Participants provide their own canoes/kayaks, camping gear/tents, and personal flotation equipment (required on the water). The Festival provides transportation from the take-out point to the start point, transport of the camping equipment to and from the camp site, safety paddlers, meals Saturday evening and Sunday breakfast, music entertainment on Saturday night, a Festival T-shirt for each participant and other amenities such as porta-potties, hand-washing stations, games, fishing etc.
The festival is a family oriented event – no alcohol or pets permitted. In the past two years the Festival has drawn 80+ participants with 60+ canoes/kayaks each year. The Festival is scheduled for May 30-31 and will hopefully allow a view of the blooming of the Cahaba Lilies that abound on the creek.
The event is partially sponsored by a grant from Central Alabama Electric Cooperative. There is a registration fee of $40 per person and is limited to the first 100 paddlers.
To register, please email email@example.com to request a registration form.
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