Bartram—Two Rivers Point
7. Two Rivers Point (2 days 1 night)
Distance: 14.1 miles
Start: Rice Creek Landing
End: Rice Creek Landing
Campsites: Two Rivers Point
Type of trail: old river channel, creek, lake, and slough
Habitats: bottomland hardwood swamp, ﬂowing creeks, side channel sloughs and backwaters
Recommended water levels: Claiborne Dam river stages ranging from l0 to 19 feet on tailrace readings provide optimum water levels for this route. Levels from l5-18 are the absolute best for the Globe and Bear Creek systems. River stages above these values should be considered hazardous. For water level information at Claiborne Dam, call 1-888-771-4601 or http://water.sam.usace.army.mil or http://al.water.usgs.gov.
The Overnight Route #1 begins at Rice Creek Landing, located on the Forever Wild Land Trust's Delta Tract, 2.9 miles north of the Highway 225/59 split in Stockton, AL, on Baldwin County Rd. 21. The map shows the trail proceeding out of Rice Creek, up Briar Lake and Tensaw Lake to Bayou Tallapoosa, through Bayou Tallapoosa to Tensaw River, down the Tensaw River to Two Rivers Point land based campsite. On day two the trail proceeds down the Tensaw River to Bottle Creek, down Bottle Creek to Bayou Jessamine, and then through this bayou to Tensaw River and back to Rice Creek Landing.
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