County Road 80, Stockton, AL
This is a privately owned landing but the public is allowed access for a boat launch fee.
Longitude: W87o 54′ 00″
Latitude: N30o 47′ 35″
Number of Lanes: 1
Courtesy Dock: One Stationary Dock
Parking Lot Size: 110 spaces; One acre
Interesting Fact: This location was used to film “Friday the 13th Part VII – The New Blood in October & November 1987 and released in 1988.
Directions: From I-65, take exit 31 south on Highway 225 for 6.5 miles to County Road 7 (Cliff’s Landing Road). Turn right and follow 2 miles to boat ramp.
Longitude: W87o 53′ 43.5″
Latitude: N30o 51′ 48.1″
Number of Lanes: 4
Courtesy Dock: Two Stationary Dock
Parking Lot Size: 85 trailers; One acre
The River Pub is located atop the hill overlooking the landing. Locals say you’ll find the “best view from a barstool” here.
15133 Dixie Landing Road, Little River, AL
Located on the beautiful banks of the Alabama River, Dixie Landing boat launch provides great access to perhaps one of the best fishing destinations in Baldwin County. Great holes to catch bass, brim, mullet blue cat and much more are located within yards of the landing.
The Boat Launch is open 24/7 and is privately owned. There is a $5.00 boat fee and a deposit box is located at the old café.
Holly Creek Landing
County Road 80, Stockton, AL
Distance: 30 miles
Start: French Lake’s
End: Rice Creek Landing
Campsites: Spoonbill Sandbar, Two rivers Point
Type of trail: Old River channel, creek, lake and slough
Habitats: Bottom land hardwood swap, flowing creeks, side channel sloughs and backwaters
Optimal water levels: Claiborne Dam river stages ranging from 10 to 19 feet on tailrace readings provide optimum water levels for this route. Levels from 15 – 18 are the absolute best for the Globe and Bear Creek systems. For water level information at Claiborne Dam, call 1-888-771-4601
Overnight Route #3 is a combination of routes #1 and #2, which begins at French’s Lake Coastal Access Kiosk, Holley Creek or Boatyard Landings. Both of the latter locations are privately owned but allow for public use in the form of fee associated boat launching and overnight vehicle parking. The map shows the trail begins in Majors Creek working its way to the old Alabama River Channel. Day one ends in Spoonbill Sandbar campsite. Day two proceeds down the Alabama River to Little Bear Creek, Bear Creek, Stiggins Lake and the Tensaw River and then in to Bottle Creek, connecting to Bayou Jessamine and then out to Rice Creek Landing crossing the Tensaw River and Briar Lake.
Hurricane Landing / Perkin’s Landing
7060 Hurricane Rd., Bay Minette, AL 36507
Cabins & RV Campground
9100 Hubbard’s Landing Road, Stockton, AL 36579
To request more information about Hubbard’s Landing from, please call 251-937-5726.
Live Oak Landing
Directions: From Mobile, take I-65 North to exit 31. Turn left onto AL-225 and travel approximately 0.7 miles. The tract will be on your left.
Longitude: W -87.857577
Latitude: N 30.958147
Boat launch fee: $5.00
Live Oak Landing in Baldwin County consists of 218 acres of floodplain forest land adjacent to the existing Forever Wild holdings in the Mobile Tensaw Delta and 180 acres of new Coastal Impact Assistance Program land. Additionally, local government agencies have acquired 206 acres adjacent to this tract to be developed as a recreation area and Delta access point.
Live Oak Landing is a Baldwin County Park offering 28 RV sites with full hookups (50 amp/water/sewer), laundry and showers, as well as primitive camping, back country camping, state of the art boat ramps, fishing piers, general store, event pavilion (perfect for wedding, birthdays and group activates), kayak & canoe rentals, float trips, boat tours, and a catch and release fishing pond. Enjoy boating, fishing, waterskiing, camping, kayaking, canoeing and a variety of other activities and events all in the laid back relaxing atmosphere of the middle Mobile-Tensaw Delta.
The park is managed and maintained by Wild Native. They offer a variety of group and personalized tours throughout the Delta. They also offer special pricing and tours through their membership program.
Click HERE to learn about Membership.
For Pavilion Rental, please contact the Baldwin County Commission at 251-972-8555 or click HERE.
Matthew’s Landing/Lower Bryant’s Landing
8900 Lower Bryant Landing Road, Stockton, AL 36579
Directions: From I-65, take Exit 31, turn north on to 225 and travel 2.2 miles, turn left right on to 8900 Lower Bryant Landing Rd.
Enjoy camping, boating, fishing, waterskiing or tubing. The Pavilion is the perfect venue for a wedding, reunion, birthday party or business meeting. Also has a three bedroom trailer with a screened-in porch. It is fully furnished with bedding, towels and cookware. Also includes RV campsites, full size trailer spaces and houseboat slips for lease.
Rice Creek Landing
Distance: 9.1 miles
Start/End: Rice Creek Landing
Type of trail: Creek, Lake, and Slough
Habitats: Bottomland hardwood swamp, flowing creeks, side channel sloughs and backwaters
Optimal water levels for Claiborne Dam river stages ranging from 6 to 19 feet on tailrace reading provide optimum water levels for this route. River stages above these values should be considered hazardous.
The Indian Mound day trail 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, around the south end of Richardson Island across Tensaw Lake, through Bayou Jessamine and into Bottle Creek to a sandbar landing where a foot trail leads to the Indian Mound. The return leg follows the same route. Paddlers have several options for selecting the length and duration of this day-trip, especially when incorporating side trips.
NOTE: For overnight trips, there is a $15.00 platform permit. For more information visit https://www.outdooralabama.com/bartram-canoe-trail.
Upper Bryant’s Landing
8075 Bryant’s Landing Road, Stockton, AL 36579
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