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Lower Pool Park

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Lower Pool Park
Boat Ramp and Fishing Access on the Upper Portion of Coffeeville Reservoir, Tombigbee River

Lower Pool Boat Ramp on the Tombigbee River (Coffeeville Reservoir)County: Marengo

Location: From City of Demopolis: From intersection of Hwy 80 E/W and Hwy 43S, Take Hwy 80W travelling west through City of Demopolis. You will pass Hwy 43N and continue approx 1.1 miles towards end of town (see Walmart, shopping/restaurants at left & right). At stoplight, turn right onto Maria Avenue and follow 1.0 mile through residential area bearing left at sign which instructs driver to "Foscue Creek Park" and "Lower Pool Park" areas. Continue an additional 1.1 miles crossing railroad tracks and you see Foscue Creek Park entrance to your right. Passing the entrance to "Foscue Creek Park", travel another 0.5 miles and bear left again at split in road where sign instructs you toward "Lower Pool Park". Here the paved road turns to dirt and follow this portion of road 0.9 miles to paved road at right. This is the Lower Pool Park entrance. Turning right, continue 0.1 miles to boat access area on your 1st left turn toward boat ramp facilities. A fee is charged.

Number of Lanes: 1

Lights: Yes

Courtesy Dock: None

Accessible: Concrete walks.

Parking Lot Size: 49 Trailers; 20,000 sq. ft.

Restrooms: Yes, flush.

Pavillion: Yes.

Latitude* : N32o 31.258'

Longitude*: W87o 53.481'

Fee: Yes

If you have questions about this boating and fishing access area, contact the Corps of Engineers.

Protect Alabama Waters and Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers!
stop aquatic hitchhiker logoAs Alabamians, we love to spend time on the water. Protecting these resources is an important part of our overall enjoyment. A concern we must all address is the spreading of harmful plants, animals and other organisms. These aquatic nuisance species can hitch a ride on our clothing, boats, and items used in the water. When we go to another lake or stream, the nuisance species can be released. And, if the conditions are right, these introduced species can become established and create drastic results.

So what can we do? By following simple procedures each time we leave the water, we can stop aquatic hitchhikers.

Simple Procedures:

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