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ADCNR* Boat Ramps and Fishing Access at Mobile Delta
(Listed by Region)

Section of Lake

Boat Ramp Name

General Location

# Boat Lanes

Sec Lights

Docks

Park Lot Area

Lower Delta - East Side 

Byrnes Lake 

Hwy 225 S; right onto Byrnes Lake Road

1

No

One Stationary

1 acre

Lower Delta - East Side

Cliff's Landing

Exit 31 south on Highway 225; turn right onto County Road 7 (Cliff's Landing Road)

4

Yes

Two Stationary

1 acre; 85 trailers

Lower Delta - West Side 

Chickasabogue Park

 

From I-65 Exit 13; go west on Hwy 158; left on Hwy 213; left on Whistler Street; left on Aldock Road

2

Yes

One Floating

1 acre

Lower Delta - West Side

Mobile River Delta 

 

From I-65 Exit 22; left on Sailor Road; right at Creola Axis Loop Road; right on Dead Lake Road

2

Yes

One Floating

2 acres; 150 trailers

Lower Delta - West Side

 

 Steele Creek

From I-65 Exit 19, go south onto US Hwy 43 for a mile; turn left accross railroad tracks to Old Hwy 43 and Juniper Avenue; continue left on Juniper to Park 

2

Yes

Four Stationary

1/2 acre; 40 trailers

Lower Delta - West Side

Walter V. Cofield Park

 

From I-65 Exit 15; go east on Co. Rd. 41; right on US Hwy 43 to stop light; left on Anderson Road

1

Yes

One Floating

1/2 acre

Causeway 

Chocaloochee Bay

From I-10 exit 30, take US Highway 90/98 west 0.1 miles

4

Yes

4 Stationary

1 acre; 73 trailers

Causeway

Meaher State Park

 

 

Causeway

 Tensaw Landing

From I-10 take Exit 30 and go west 1.4 miles on US Highway 90/98

2

Yes

One Stationary

1/4 acre

Upper Delta, North of I-65

Mount Vernon

From I-65, take Exit 19 to Highway 43; go 14 miles to City of Mt. Vernon; turn right at stop light onto Co. Rd. 96; follow 2.4 miles & turn right onto State Landing Road

2

Yes

None

3/4 acres

Upper Delta, North of I-65

Rice Creek Landing

 

From I-65 exit 31 take Hwy 225 toward Stockton; turn left onto US Hwy 59; turn left onto Co. Rd. 21;  go 1.3 miles and turn left on Rice Creek Road

1

No

None

1/4 acre

If you have questions about these boating and fishing access areas, contact the District V Fisheries Supervisor

*ADCNR is the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
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Sport Fish Restorationprogram funds come from the excise taxes on fishing equipment, fish finders, motorboat fuels, and small engine fuels. A minimum of 15% of these funds are allocated to the maintenance of existing ramps and the construction of new ramps.

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